Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Why is Sheldon Whitehouse being so selective? According to columnist Ian Donnis, Senator Whitehouse is concerned about the Supreme Court. He decries the supposed … more
The July 20 edition, right on this page, there was an interesting exchange.  First, there was a “complaint letter” about another letter that appeared in other papers racist … more
To the Editor, When it comes to both elections and ethics government panels no party should be overrepresented. Over partisan representation can call the objectivity of  those type boards … more
To The Editor, Again the Performing Arts Department of Bishop Hendricken High School exceeded expectations with the Summer Stage performance of “Something Rotten” by Wayne and Karey … more
To the Editor, Rob Cote continues to attack members of the Warwick government; this time “congratulating” Donna Travis, as if she did something wrong for taking ownership of a piece … more
To the Editor, On Monday July 17th Rob Cote was asked to leave the Council Chambers by acting Council President Donna Travis.  Rob did nothing but step up to the mic and begin his … more
To the Editor: “Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.” Until recent times, that familiar quotation remained an amusing truism. But then along … more
To the Editor, I never met Ollie, but always looked forward to John Howell’s stories of this lovable little creature in his Thursday column. Tales of Ollie’s joie de vivre, the … more
Editor’s Note: The Johnston Sun Rise reached out to Mayor Polisena for comment regarding Johnston resident Tamra Moretti’s concerns regarding the planned placement of Providence’s … more
As a concerned constituent, I attended the Town Council meeting on Monday, July 10, where I presented valid questions, heartfelt concerns, and thoughtful considerations regarding the controversial … more
To the Editor,   I have two little gardens outside my small apartment. One is in the front and the other  in the back. I've been tending to these gardens since I've lived here, so it's … more
To the Editor, The Reverend Harry Rix has some ridiculous things to say about racism and the history of our nation(“Neglected matters of law”, July 6). In his letter, Rix makes … more
To the Editor, Along with additional forts and other military installations, the federal government is in the process of changing the names of Forts Bragg and Bennington.  Given that these … more
To the Editor, It was first odd, then startling to see that The Cranston Herald chose, for its edition that includes 4 July, a letter espousing Christian nationalism (August 6.29.23) and another … more
To the Editor, More and more older beach people in Rhode Island are watching as real estate agents circle their homes like birds of prey, looking for dead fish. They're getting the phone … more
Full essay at Dr. Bostom’s blog: https://www.andrewbostom.org/2023/06/hard-objective-covid-19-data-are-not-claims-educating-cub-reporter-dana-richie/   Cub reporter , and Brown … more
To the Editor, The proposed FedEx South Freight Terminal at T.F. Green has entered a new phase. The Environmental Assessment is over. It has the FAA stamp of approval. Now FedEx needs to give … more
To the Editor, President Biden states the Supreme Court is not “normal” because it is unraveling basic rights in rejecting the Roe v. Wade abortion decision as well as the … more
To the Editor, In reference to Thursday’s Beacon of June 22, 2023 article on “bunny boom”: Let me state for the record I am an ardent animal lover. There is not much … more
To the Editor, I am writing this letter just to set the record straight regarding “Some Thoughts on Independence Day,” by Richard August, of North Kingstown, in his letter to the … more
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