Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Today’s public school teachers are well prepared. They just do not have the time to prepare detailed, well-written daily lessons. To solve this problem, the daily lessons to be … more
To the Editor: On May 11, I will be at the Rhode Island State House to represent cancer patients and survivors from Warwick to call on Rhode Island’s state legislature to make cancer-related … more
To the Editor: I recently read a quote from the great Reverend Billy Graham. It read: “A coach will impact more young people in a year than the average person does in a lifetime.” When I read … more
To the Editor: During last week’s DNC, one of the props used by the Democrats was Khizr Khan. His son, Captain Humayun Khan, was killed while serving in the U.S. Army in 2004. Mr. Khan expressed … more
Need tender care? Just don't go anywhere! Brentwood is the place where they treat you with grace. They have angels to hand out your pills And to take care of your ills. Three times a day, There is a luscious food tray And at the end of each day, They more
To the Editor: As Warwick Veterans Memorial High comes to a close, so do some of the traditions. Among them is the annual awarding of the MacNaught Memorial Scholarship. On August 7, 1970, 1st Lieutenant Robert W. MacNaught an Airborne Infantry Ranger more
To the Editor: This past week the General Assembly finally passed legislation to give the Ethics Commission jurisdiction over the General Assembly. That means, come Nov. 8, when you go to vote, … more
To the Editor: Within the last couple of days, we have seen a number of new investments in our city. I had the honor of attending a ribbon cutting for Distinctive Dance on Post Road in Greenwood, … more
To the Editor: For Rhode Island residents Feb. 11, 2016 was a day of infamy. Governor Gina Raimondo, Speaker Nicholas Mattiello, and Senator Teresa Paiva Weed turned democracy into monarchy. They … more
To the Editor: The proposed legislation Interstate Medical Licensure Compact (S. 2497 and H. 7771) and revised Nursing Compact (H. 8077) are a set of wolves in sheep clothing. Beyond the flowery introduction, these proposed laws transfer legislative more
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