Letters to the editor
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To the Editor, Apr 2019, Hunter Biden dropped off his laptop to a Delaware computer repairman. Dec 9, 2019, FBI agents served a subpoena for the Hunter Biden laptop and it was promptly … more
To the Editor, I am writing this letter to congratulate and thank the citizens of Warwick Ward One for choosing Councilman Bill Foley to represent them.  Bill is one of three members on the … more
To the Editor, Ed Ladouceur provided the most honest and logical answer to the $350 million school bond issue (October 13 Beacon issue).  Of course, Warwick taxpayers need to know the details … more
Dear Editor, Warwick, it is time for a change. Residents of Warwick can no longer afford to vote for the Democratic policies that are pushed through each legislative year. Rhode Islanders have … more
Dear Editor, Warwick, it is time for a change. Residents of Warwick can no longer afford to vote for the Democratic policies that are pushed through each legislative year. Rhode Islanders have … more
To the Editor, Once again our city faces some huge decisions. In my humble opinion, it is time to build two new high schools. Pilgrim High School is now 61 years old and in poor condition. The … more
To the Editor, I'm Anthony DeLuca and I'm running for State Senate (District 29).  I first want to acknowledge my appreciation for Leader McCaffrey's 20 years of service and commitment to our … more
To the Editor, As the President & CEO of the Rhode Island Health Care Association (RIHCA), an association with 64-member nursing facilities representing 80% of the profession, I am writing to … more
To the Editor, This past May the nation celebrated "National Police Week." Nowhere in the entire state of Rhode Island did I see one mention of that fact. These are the men and women who are our … more
To the Editor, If you’re trying to purchase a home, currently rent, or are looking to remodel your existing home to adjust to today’s new post-covid ways of living - with older parents … more
To the Editor, Should Warwick Public School students be taking inappropriate surveys that have nothing to do with academic achievement? Concerned parent Tara Levasseur doesn’t think … more
To the Editor, Today we should be welcoming Helena Foulkes as the incoming Democratic nominee for  governor of Rhode Island.  Why?  Because she won the election-day vote … more
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