Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: First: Shame on you, Karen Bachus and the school committee, for once again allowing the mentor program to be used as a pawn to pressure the city into allocating more money to the school system. As a retired school psychologist, I can more
To the Editor:As a coalition of education advocates, we are concerned by a recent letter from Steve Frias, the Rhode Island’s Republican National Committeeman (“The highest stakes: Our … more
To the Editor: Going back to mid-February, I sent letters to the D.C. offices of Senators Reed and Whitehouse and Congressman Langevin (my district) references the VA's denial of benefits regarding a hearing aid for my husband, an Army veteran who served more
To the Editor: May 27 was a tough day for Red Sox fans and for baseball with the death of Bill Buckner. We should recognize him for his achievements and perseverance after he played for 22 seasons and was one of the most prolific hitters of his more
To the Editor: Given the conversations regarding the acquisition of Care New England by Brigham Health, I want to share my experience with doctors from both hospitals. After being diagnosed by my gastroenterologist with a colon polyp, I was referred to more
To the Editor: As my senior year is coming to a close in less than nine weeks, the Pilgrim Political Involvement Club (PIL-PI-RI) has concluded and is retiring from Pilgrim High School this week. While this is indeed sad news, I personally had to make more
To the Editor: I am writing to thank Representative Joseph McNamara and Senator Joshua Miller for their work as sponsors of the RI Market Stability and Consumer Protection Act (H5916/S738). This bill will make sure that the consumer protections of the more
To the Editor: I am a parent of a freshman at Pilgrim High School who is on the girls indoor and outdoor track teams, and I am writing on behalf of many concerned parents regarding the recent treatment of Coach Tom Dolce by some members of the school more
To the Editor: Rhode Island's cities are struggling. City finances are tight across the state. Public schools are underfunded. Pension obligations are growing, and city services are being reduced. Some cities are teetering on the edge of fiscal crisis. more
To the Editor: Many individuals in Rhode Island - more than 23,000 - have Alzheimer's disease. Some of them are under 65 years old and have Younger-Onset. As traditionally certain elderly home community care services are eligible for those over 65, two more
An Open Letter in Support of the Warwick Center for the Arts: I am writing this letter in response to recent news that Warwick's Mayor Solomon wishes to evict the Warwick Center for the Arts from the Kentish Armory, located in the Apponaug village. I'm more
To the Editor: Many Warwick families are extremely disheartened by Warwick Representatives' (Shanley, McNamara, Solomon, and Vella-Wilkinson) sponsorship of H 5266. This bill seeks to preserve the choice of out-of-district students to attend Warwick's more
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