Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Debates are an integral part of our democracy. They have formed the very foundation of how people choose their leaders. Look back at the Lincoln/Douglas debates. How different would America be if Lincoln had not shown himself through those more
To the Editor: Recent developments in the campaigns for school committee should make one think about who they vote for in the upcoming elections... more
To the Editor:A brief response to Sam Parente’s overly long “More than just numbers” comments of August 23.Evidently, the author of this missive has totally missed the point of … more
To the residents of Warwick: Since I declared my candidacy for Mayor back in June, I have been encouraged and humbled by the outpouring of support from Republicans, Democrats, moderates and independent voters. I embarked on this challenge because I see more
To the Editor: Last Wednesday I participated in three ribbon-cutting events for new businesses in Warwick. The first event was for a major project that shows Warwick is at the cutting edge of the medical tourism" industry. Located at 200 Crossings" more
To the Editor: Recently, I was pleased to be a part of the announcement made by Mayor Solomon that the city will be reopening and re-purposing the Buttonwoods Community Center. This building in the heart of the city is a great community asset that more
To the Editor: August 17, 2018. Remember this date. This is the day that the PawSox owners plan to move to Worcester. What a shame. What a shame. Move our beloved Pawtucket Red Sox from Rhode Island to Worcester, Mass. I don't think enough was being done more
To the Editor: Donna Travis is correct. It is time for those of us who knew and loved the Warwick School Department to stand up and speak out. I remember Steve Merolla's father, Amedeo Merolla. He served on the School Committee from 1975 to 1982. During more
To the Editor: Today I write because we have reached a turning point in Rhode Island. This turning point is being led by the students who are tired, scared, and sickened at the fact that we still witness kids our ages dying. To some this may be a radical more
To the Editor: Candidate for governor Matt Brown has a plan that should turn the head of every person who cares about the environment and climate change. By 2035, Matt's renewable energy plan will build twice as much wind, solar and hydropower as Rhode more
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