Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: As the holidays are here, this is a good time to talk about Roger Williams.  I have been studying Roger Williams for six years, and here are some of his ideas: … more
To the Editor; Shamefully, Treasurer Diossa has refused to change the location of the meeting of his “Advisory Working Group.”  A number of State retirees asked that the meeting … more
To the Editor, I, like many, note with despair the seemingly intractable situation in Gaza. It likewise appears impossible at the same time, to have a rational, civil conversation about this war … more
To the Editor; City Council President Steve McAllister is worried about climate change. He wants us to be prepared for events that may or may not occur in the future.(“Now more than ever … more
Dear Editor:   As a regular reader of Linda Petersen’s columns, I enjoy her homespun take on issues of everyday life that many of us—especially as parents and … more
To the Editor, History buffs will recall that President Teddy Roosevelt, after being unable to locate a wild bear to shoot during a hunting trip, refused to shoot an injured bear his assistants … more
To the Editor, While we appreciate the Warwick Beacon publishing an article highlighting our petition to Mayor Picozzi to get the Pawtuxet River Trail reopened, we were not given the opportunity … more
To the Editor, The leaves fell softly like snowflakes. Although I wasn’t gifted with a good sense of direction, I embarked on the three-mile loop in City Park, despite the path being … more
To the Editor, Currently we are faced with the support of two foreign wars, civil unrest, and tragic active shooter incidents  Also, Congress must act prudently by November 17 to avoid a … more
To the Editor: US Senator Sheldon Whitehouse recently spoke to a group of business leaders and referenced a RI Coastal Resources Management Council report that indicated Warwick is especially … more
To the Editor, Linda Peterson’s article of October 26, 2023 entitled, “Midnight musings about Gaza” is uniformed and biased. She tries to create a moral equivalency … more
To the Editor, Our Constitution guarantees everyone the right to the shore to fish, gather seaweed, and enjoy the City’s most precious asset, our beaches. We all need to stand ready to … more
To the Editor, The public school system is turning into a Tower of Babel.(“Surge in multilingual learners impacts city”, Warwick Beacon, October 19) Columnists John Howell and … more
To the Editor, UPS will join FedEx in the trailer truck merry-go-round passing up to 80 53-footers per day through the passenger terminal roadways at T.F. Green International. Thank you Mayor … more
To the Editor, Call me cousin to the "Grumpy Old Lobster Boat Captain," Patriot's coach Bill Belichick. Like Belichick, I can't abide stupidity, even if it is well-intentioned. And lately I've … more
To the Editor, The efforts of President Biden to restrain Israel’s war against Gaza is commendable. He has also sought the release of hostages and worked ceaselessly to open Egypt’s … more
To the Editor, As I see the tragic events unfolding in the Middle East I am deeply saddened by what is taking place. I’m not going to say anything other than I have had the pleasure of … more
To the Editor, Regarding the potential Speakership of Representative Jim Jordan, "When the thorn becomes the rose bush, nothing blooms." Stefano Andolfo Warwick more
To the Editor, Many of us mourn the horrible, unimaginable attack on civilians in Israel, condemn Hamas and demand justice.  It is the last issue, justice, that is imperative to me. … more
To the Editor,     From 2003 to 2007 me and my husband Patrick, spent over $7 million renovating the old Providence Gas Company purifier plant at 200 Allens Avenue for placement … more
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