Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: From Brayton's past and current volunteers, thank you. Thank you Warwick DPW and Mayor Picozzi for removing the large dead pine tree at Brayton Cemetery in Apponaug this past week. I know this may not seem like a big deal, but to the past more
To the Editor: Let me preface this letter by briefly introducing myself. My name is Catherine Girard, and I am the daughter of Eviginia Skodras, a 96-year-old participant in the Apponaug Cornerstone Adult Day Program. My professional background was as a more
To the Editor: Educators who take pride in their profession, and parents who desire a proper education for their children, should oppose passage of the dreadful Climate Literacy Act that has been introduced in the Rhode Island General Assembly. Rep. more
To the Editor: Mass murders have again shaken our sense of safety to shop for groceries and go about our daily activities with our children and grandchildren. Our nation's founding principle that we are all created equal and endowed with the unalienable more
To the Editor, I am an unabashed lover of all things Rhode Island. The size, our quirkiness, living within miles (and sometimes blocks) of family, being in the city one moment and by the ocean the next, the vibrant arts culture that exists in such a more
To the Editor, I want to share my feelings with you regarding changing the City Council Rules with PCR 40-20 which is scheduled to be voted on at the April 5th City Council meeting. I would like to draw your attention specifically to the proposed rule more
To the Editor: Kent County is poised to become the next Flint, MI. Michigan public officials had the laudable goal of saving some tax dollars, but it devolved into a public-works tragedy because, it was determined - after irreversible damage to human more
To the Editor: A few days ago, the sworn enemy of freedom appeared in America. Antagonistic Chinese "diplomats," while sitting on U.S. soil in Alaska, spent the entire meeting attacking the United States. Their outrageous provocations were sadly met with more
To the Editor: This has been a big month for affordable housing advocates. The Housing and Community Opportunity bond was passed by the residents of Rhode Island, and Speaker Shekarchi made housing a top priority on his agenda. Rhode Island has been more
To the Editor: On 2 March, the Educating for American Democracy (EAD) project, a collaboration of over 300 diverse researchers, teachers, students, curriculum developers and educational leaders, released their report and roadmap calling for a new more
To the Editor: The Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island (BIARI) is proud to join with the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) and advocates across the country to celebrate March as Brain Injury Awareness Month. It is important to change common more
To the Editor: COVID-19 is disproportionately affecting the LGBTQ+ community. LGBTQ+ Americans report higher rates of underlying conditions than heterosexual people, according to a new CDC report. This makes us more vulnerable to severe illness from more
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