Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: On a recent drive on Route 1 North by our beautiful T.F. Green Airport, I was shocked and saddened to see the many empty lots that neighbor our airport. I counted at least a dozen empty lots on Post Road, which surround our beautiful main more
To the Editor: For the record, it does not bother me much when I see a fire truck at Stop & Shop. I know that they are supposed to shop on their own time and I have discussed this issue with a few dozen firefighters and have drawn the conclusion that more
To the Editor: I write this letter in direct response Richard Corrente's letter from 2/23/17. As a School Committee member, I need to be clear that these are my views and not those of other committee members or the committee as a whole. While I feel that more
To the Editor:It seems you misquoted me in Tuesday’s article, “Outrage flares over failed school alarms, septic backup”. You wrote that I stated that I was scared, when in fact … more
To the Editor: I am writing to express my disappointment in the article run in yesterday's paper covering the Trump rally and counter-protest that occurred on Saturday. The article quoted Trump supporters and the organizer John DePetro with extremely more
To the Editor:“Lincoln’s Chair” by Robert Houghtaling was beautifully written and well expressed for the majority of us who voted for Clinton. When I was a young child, rummaging … more
To the Editor:The excellent Beacon article, “Ethics commission finds Travis violated law, issues $1,200 fine,” was right on target. Her attorney, Robert Flaherty, has likened his client, … more
To the Editor: The Warwick Taxpayers (capitalized on purpose) are paying out about $295,000,000 a year in total tax revenue. It goes to four basic categories: Fire, Police, Municipal and the School Committee. The first three, Fire, Police and Municipal, more
To the Editor:I was in Providence Saturday and noted the line of (I assume) homeless folks getting a meal from the back of an SUV and I also noted signs that some protesters were carrying that were … more
To the Editor: On March 23, the public found out that the fire alarm systems at Norwood and Holliman Elementary Schools had been broken since February 24 of this year. The parents and many of the teachers were not informed for those four weeks, either. more
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