Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Tuesday, June 18, was the day they cut the athletic programs and after school activities in the City of Warwick, just so they can balance their budget. What a shame. No one ever thought this day would come. After school programs such as more
To the Editor:Someone has posted two signs announcing “Beach Closed” at the shoreline near the arch in Rocky Point Park. I’m not sure who posted the signs as there has been no … more
To the Editor:I want to first start off with saying that this isn’t a battle necessarily against Westbay Community Action. This is a battle against the city, the mayor and our absent Ward 4 … more
To the Editor: Gentlemen, it is my belief that the Warwick Beacon is one of the best papers of its kind in New England and that publisher John Howell Jr. is a Warwick hero. I have lauded associate editor Ethan Hartley for his writing ability, especially more
To the Editor: I learned to swim at the Budlong Pool, just as countless young people have through the years. In summer's peak, community pools serve a vital function: to cool down, stay active and get together. Following an alleged youth altercation at more
To the Editor: The Buckeye Brook Coalition recently celebrated its 17th Annual Earth Day Cleanup with many participants from the community. We like to think of the people who participate in these types of events as more than volunteers, as many are also more
To the Editor: I did not vote for Donald Trump in 2016. I regard him as thin-skinned, self-absorbed, narcissistic and an egomaniac. I believed then, as I do now, that being the head of a family-owned business and TV reality star does not provide the more
To the Editor: In my Warwick Beacon letter (5/14/19), I sincerely pleaded with Ward 8 Councilman Anthony Sinapi to end his vendetta against one of the Warwick School Department's finest and qualified administrators, Chief Financial Officer Anthony more
To the Editor:Tent compounds have been popping up in various areas all around the country; Rhode Island and Warwick have had their fair share. As much as we all want to be sympathetic to the hard … more
To the Editor: Raimondo's contract renewal proposal with International Gaming Technology is a classic example of a politician putting corporate interests first at the expense of the taxpayers. It comes as no surprise to see IGT donated $150,000 to the more
To the Editor: I've had a business relationship with IGT since they were GTECH and well before they moved into the new office tower near the State House. My company - which is located in the heart of Cranston - provides IT staffing services for companies more
To the Editor: The Legion of Decency, a true oxymoron today, was formed in 1934 to combat immoral movies. Catholics took a pledge, in church, against bad movies. They pledged not to go and see any morally objectionable movies. In today's sick and twisted more
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