Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: The Republican Cranston City Council members abdicated their responsibility to govern for the common good and inexplicably denied the pleas of constituents to openly discuss and vote on a resolution that supports restricting concealed more
To the Editor: Prison Director A.T. Wall has announced his retirement date as early in 2018. He did a lot of good, I wish him well. I also wish that the governor would appoint from within the A.C.I. because those hundreds of A.C.I. staffers should have more
To the Editor:I am part of the silent majority. We have been silenced by political correctness (just like they used to communize Russia) imposed on us by a few fascist elitists. We are told that we … more
To the Editor: Many of my writings have praised Rhode Island for its primacy in such positive spheres as religious liberty, political independence, and industrialization. However, the current controversy regarding the sexual misconduct of Minnesota more
To the Editor:There is a line from an old Laurel and Hardy movie: Well, here’s another nice mess you’ve gotten me into. The “me” are Warwick students, teachers and parents; … more
To the Editor: The past month has been an emotional roller coaster in my quest for a kidney donor. I shared my story with family, friends and my community by sending out letters and flyers. This information was also shared on social media, which more
To the Editor: When I read about the kitten owned by Mr. and Mrs. Burrows I was totally devastated, especially after seeing the picture of the kittens. I don't know how I would feel if something like that happened to one of my cats, which is highly more
To the Editor: This past weekend was Small Business Saturday. It's great that we have a dedicated day to show our appreciation for our neighborhood businesses. Local businesses are an economic driver for our community. They employ our neighbors, family, more
To the Editor: There's an old axiom that states, The first step in solving a problem is to recognize that the problem exists." This truth has never been more evident than in our society's fight against childhood cancers. Anyone who frequents Facebook" more
To the Editor: Kudos to director Richard Sylvia and choreographer Teresa Pearson of the Bishop Hendricken High School Arts Department on the recent production of The Wizard of Oz." This was a very ambitious undertaking for a high school musical. Kate" more
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