Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Debbi McInteer’s letter (“Patient access to doctors threatened by proposed bill,” May 26) includes many inaccuracies and distortions about the proposed Interstate Medical … more
To the Editor: When the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) previously searched for a new president, I and several others recommended that they appoint the airport's acting president, Peter Frazier. The board had no ear for the community and went out more
To the Editor: I have just returned from a three-day stay at Kent Hospital. Their staff deserves the highest rate of A-plus for their excellent and courteous service. Rosetta … more
To the Editor: My children were born at Kent Hospital. My wife and I have been there for outpatient services many times and I have had two brief hospitalizations there. Throughout these 30 years we have always received treatment from highly professional, more
To the Editor: The presidential candidacies of Donald Trump and U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders attest to a widespread anger with our federal government.  A similar sentiment pervades Rhode Island.  … more
To the Editor: I had a rough night last night. My furnace was not working and I had to call someone to fix it. It cost me more than $200 just to have the person show up, money I didn’t have in … more
To the Editor: I have been coming to the Buttonwoods Community Center for over a year as a disabled senior. The ceiling in the ladies room leaks every time there is precipitation, just above the … more
To the Editor: Already in 2016, four Rhode Islanders have been killed in domestic violence homicides. In the last 10 years, 54 lives were lost to domestic violence murders in Rhode Island. These tragedies are all the more abhorrent because we know more
To the Editor: Regarding your article in Tuesday’s Beacon entitled “Chief outraged by loss of forfeiture funds,” I have a few things to say. These civil and criminal … more
To the Editor: Wake up, Warwick residents, to the fact that we are destroying our most important resource in our city. That resource is our abundance of water. Most of the water bodies in Warwick … more
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