Letters to the editor
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To the Editor:The letter published on March 20, 2018, titled “Health registry bills should be permanently put to rest,” contained a number of important inaccuracies.Most significantly, … more
To the Editor: Rhode Islanders have seen a steady erosion of basic human rights in the areas of medical informed consent and health care choice. The slow but consistent usurpation of core rights is multifaceted, manifesting in a paternalistic statewide more
To the Editor: Cumberland Farms wants to build yet another mega-station. This time, however, in a residential neighborhood at Edgewood's most troubled intersection at Park and Warwick Avenues. I've lived in Edgewood since 1998 and grew up thirty-forty more
To the Editor:On March 6 the Cranston’s Planning Commission will be voting on a proposal to change the City’s Comprehensive Land Use Plan and zoning classifications for four parcels at … more
To the Editor: Since the tragic shooting at a Florida high school, a half dozen people have asked me why shouldn’t “assault rifles” and “those clip things that hold a lot of bullets” be … more
To the Editor: This is an open letter to all the citizens of Cranston. By now, or any day now, you will be receiving a letter from the tax assessor's office regarding your home's assessment value. Please understand that this is not a tax increase, but it more
To the Editor:I agree wholeheartedly with the high school students who have had enough of the rhetoric that comes out of Washington. I praise them for having the courage to speak up and let their … more
To the Editor: On Saturday, Feb. 17, I had the pleasure of attending an open house at the Korean Cultural Center on Park Avenue in Cranston. I spent a year in the late 1970s teaching English at Yonsei University's Foreign Language Institute in Seoul and more
To the Editor: The State of Rhode Island is experiencing a budget shortfall and one of the ways by which the state intends to close the gap is by adjusting" the rates it is paying providers of residential care for youth involved with the Department of" more
To the Editor:Retired school principal Joe Crowley writes (from ‘If you think guns make it safer, then check the numbers,’ 2/1/18): “The Cranston City Council is in a quandary about … more
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