Letters to the editor
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To the Editor:The first time I was asked to speak at the Warwick Center for the Arts, I walked in and thought, “My goodness, what a marvelous gem of a building right here in the center of … more
To the Editor: In West Warwick last week, a 42-year-old man who I don't know personally was appointed to a town board, despite a felony conviction on his record. Long ago in another time in his life back in 2000, he was a 23-year-old working at Metacomet 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: 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: Climate change is happening here and now - and as a young person, I'm terrified. I'm 20 years old and am afraid for the kind of world I will grow into and the world that my children will have to face in 2100 and beyond. I'm concerned about more
To the Editor: We are Warwick residents, taxpayers and advocates with strong ties to the community. From that perspective, we were aghast to read in the February 19 Warwick Beacon of Mayor Solomon's idea to evict the Warwick Center for the Arts (formerly more
To the Editor: We must stop Solomon from taking away the cultural jewel of Warwick, the Warwick Center For The Arts. I am an active artist member there and have been entering exhibitions there for the past six months. It is the only place in Warwick I 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: Rhode Island has made huge strides in recent years to expand investments in the state pre-K program and the results speak for themselves. During her first term, Governor Raimondo doubled the state's financial investment in public pre-K, more
To the Editor: Put a fork in it. It's toast. Those are the disheartened comments of more Rhode Islanders when speaking of the state of the state and the re-election of governor Raimondo. Their hopes were predestined to shatter when the more
To the Editor: Kudos have to go out to Ward 7 Councilman Steven McAllister as well as the City Council and Mayor Joseph Solomon for saving the old Buttonwoods School/Senior Center and West Bay Offices. Steve has been the leader to keeping the building more
To the Editor: I have read some ridiculous letters in the past and thought that I had pretty much seen and heard it all, but I have been proven wrong. A recent letter to the Projo compared the federal government shutdown to slavery. The writer states more
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