Letters to the editor
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To the Editor:Thank you to the Warwick Beacon and to Marcus Prezioso for sharing the story about his great-grandfather’s service in World War II (“My great-grandfather’s hidden … more
To the Editor: The November 2016 presidential election was hampered by the electronic voting system's inability to correctly count votes, according to the RI Secretary of State. The situation is acknowledged, but only briefly in the middle of a 14-page more
To the Editor: Normandy (9,387), St. Mitnel (4,153), Ardennes (5,329), Brittany (4,410), Aisne (2,289), Epinal (5,525), Lorraine (10,489), Argonne (14,246), Oise-Aisne (6,012), Sicily (7,861), Florence (4,402), Netherlands (8,301), Henri-Chappelle more
To the Editor: As an active Republican I wish to comment on the upcoming primary election. In my local area in Hopkinton we have only two competitive races on the ballot, that of United States Senator and Rhode Island Governor. I will be voting for more
To the Editor: So, Warwick Mayor Joseph Solomon and Warwick Police Chief Stephen McCartney think our police officers should cherry-pick which laws they choose to enforce and which they choose to disregard by looking the other way." An article in the" more
To the Editor: It is hard to find an appropriate comparison? I consider the iconic remains of Greece or Rome. What if the last of the stone remains of these civilizations were removed for progress" so that it would be easy to totally forget the lives of" more
To the Editor: I am extremely proud of a 12-year-old girl I have never met. Her name is Julianne Speyer, and she recently wrote a letter to the editor entitled Sexist comment. Many of you may have seen it circulating on Facebook. Julianne was offended" more
To the Editor: Candidate for Mayor Vincent Ferla has made it very clear that if elected mayor of the city of Warwick, his main agenda will be to represent the best interests of the residents. He would like to schedule a meeting with all the department more
To the Editor: U.S. Attorney General Sessions is acting more like a modern day Pied Piper. The Bureaucrat Rats continue to run through the halls of government with impunity! C. Christopher Sirr Warwick more
To the Editor: We have a problem here in Warwick at Oakland Beach, Conimicut Point, Rocky Point walking path, City Park and other public venues. The City of Warwick needs to put out more covered trashcans so the sea gulls can't pick the trash out. I go more
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