Letters to the editor
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To the Editor, It used to be that if you were a good student and worked hard, you could go to college, get a job, have a successful career, buy a home and live the American Dream. Today, that dream for millions of young people is impossible. Escalating more
To the Editor, Experienced. Committed. Advocate. All three words truly describe David Testa, my husband of 24 years, and his immense dedication to our Warwick Public Schools. David is running for School Committee, and I want every Warwick resident to more
To the Editor, Recently a young man contacted me on Facebook to ask a simple question: Why are you running for office? I informed him I am running for City Council because I believe the council will be made stronger with the addition of new, enthusiastic more
To the Editor: I am writing this letter to share an experience I had with Rep. Eileen Naughton and would like the people of Warwick to know what a compassionate, caring, and professional person she is. I have one daughter. I raised her myself as a single more
To the Editor: With the primary next week, I am curious as to if and when the residents of Ward 7 will ever have representation and a voice that realizes the problems that Warwick is facing. For the last 16 years the residents of Ward 7 have had, in my more
To the Editor: As we read the news headlines and view them on our news cable channels, one wonders as to how long we have left before total annihilation strikes us. And these chaotic events that we are viewing, in many ways, are totally beyond our more
To the Editor: Larry Lucchino is talking about spending 65 million dollars to renovate McCoy Stadium and improve the infrastructure around McCoy Stadium. Rhode Island and Pawtucket should not be asked to provide millions of dollars to renovate McCoy more
To the Editor: My name is Nathan Cornell and I am running for the Warwick School Committee because we need different results and more transparency in the process. The majority of the current School Committee has not listened to their constituents, nor more
To the Editor: Several months ago, residents of the neighborhood of Chapmans Avenue (Rte. 5 end), heard that the Shell/Dunkin Donuts store at the intersection of Route 5 and Route 113 was to be demolished and a new and larger store was planned and more
To the Editor: With the new school year starting, parents' to-do lists are now filled with shopping for school clothes, school supplies and school food. That's right - school food! In past years, our nation's schools were used by the USDA as a dumping more
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