Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: I would like to thank the people of Warwick who supported me throughout this election. I love this city, and I'm very excited and eager to work hard every day for our community. Over the past year, I met so many wonderful neighbors who more
To the Editor: The Warwick Beacon’s large front page article “Ladouceur requests RIDE investigation of special education” (11/8/16) was a disgraceful affront to our beautiful students and … more
To the Editor: What is happening to the Warwick Public Schools? They used to be one of the best in the state. Now, substitutes are reluctant to sub in the schools. Teacher morale is going down rapidly. I have been a Warwick resident since 1964 and am a more
To the Editor: It is with the deepest appreciation that I write this letter thanking you and Charlie Hall for supporting me and everyone's First Amendment right of free speech without the fear of intimidation. I've received an inhuman level of attacks by more
As Veterans Day approaches, I want to recall our own veteran. Charles E. Potter Jr., grew up in Warwick and Providence, Rhode Island near the shore. He often saw the ships pass down the bay and watched ships come and go from the Providence shipyard. As a more
To the Editor: I write this letter to offer my support to House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello in the upcoming election. Speaker Mattiello has, and continues to be an advocate for the senior … more
To the Editor: With the local elections heating up and candidates jockeying for support, I could not keep from voicing an opinion on how our political contenders are, or are not, going after the … more
To the Editor: Someone once said, “When you mix religion and politics, you get politics.” As a candidate for School Committee, I think we may need to revise that quote this election year to … more
To the Editor: Dan Elliott, running as an independent to represent District 20 believes Rhode Island is on the wrong track. What ever happened to compromise and working together to make things better? The state being controlled by a corrupt establishment more
Editor's note: Father Robert Marciano, pastor of St. Kevin School, delivered this homily at each mass on Oct. 16. His comments on the upcoming election were picked up by the news media and widely disseminated. more
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