Letters to the editor
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To the Editor, After reading John Howell’s This Side Up column last week, in which he described having breakfast with his daughter in Jackson, Wyoming, and meeting someone at the next table … more
To the Editor, Do you support President Biden’s disastrous economic policies? That question should be asked of every individual running for elected office in November. In just eighteen … more
To the Editor, Why do we need two High Schools? Why not demolish either Samuel Gorton or Aldrich school and build one High School to serve the entire city? Either location has plenty of room for … more
To the Editor, After paying very close attention to all of the presentations relative to the construction of two new high schools in the city, and after obtaining all of the official documents … more
To the Editor,   Healthcare – Control healthcare and you control the people. HAPPENING NOW Poverty – Increase the Poverty level as high as possible, poor people are easier … more
To the Editor, With Warwick’s own Senator Michael McCaffrey (D-Warwick) leading the charge, the Rhode Island Senate has once again subverted the will of the voters!  Senators were … more
To the Editor, I wanted to share some of the pictures I captured at Saturday's Great Race send off.  What a great event this was!  What a crowd there was!! When the send off ceremony … more
To the Editor, Warwick residents can be proud of the budget the City Council passed -- a no tax increase budget that includes major investments in our schools, infrastructure, neighborhoods, and … more
To the Editor, Many cite the Columbine incident as a beginning. I can recall working with local authorities, community members, and youth, to create ‘Bridge Builders’ which was an … more
To the Editor,How appropriate for students at Warwick Veterans Memorial Middle School to observe Memorial Day.(“Vets students, faculty pay tribute to our veterans”, May 26) Teachers … more
To the Editor, Warwick residents can be proud of the budget the City Council passed last week--a no tax increase budget that includes major investments in our schools, infrastructure, … more
To the Editor, Currently when we are in public venues outdoors or indoors are we ever truly safe? Schools, churches, medical facilities, malls, and entertainment venues all have had active shooter … more
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