Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: My name is Simone Pellegrino, I am 11 years old and attend Park View Middle School. Public schools are endangered of being privatized by Mrs. Betsy DeVos. DeVos lacks experience with public schools, she has never worked in a public school, more
To the Editor: In reading the recent column by Christopher Curran, I was struck by the embedded fear he expressed regarding laws passed by the Obama administration. He believes President Obama fostered dependency and socialism. For example, when our more
To the Editor:If a new business were to make a request to the town council for a tax break, I don’t think the request would be viewed as panhandling. The solicitation probably would be … more
To the Editor: As one of those 60 million Americans who voted for President-elect Donald J. Trump, I/we cannot wait for January 20, 2017 when the 44th President of these United States will not be able to use his phone, his pen or his executive power to more
To the Editor: I am outraged at the RI Congressional delegation, Reed, Whitehouse, Cicilline, Langevin, as well as Gina Raimondo and the rest of the RI Democratic leaders. I am outraged because they are not leaders, they are sheep. I am getting more
To the Editor: The mayor's announcement that a third utility-scale solar project has been proposed for Western Cranston adds to the growing impact of these projects. In 2003 Cranston gained ownership of 240 acres of the woods, wetlands, corn fields and more
To the Editor:“Lincoln’s Chair” by Robert Houghtaling was beautifully written and well expressed for the majority of us who voted for Clinton. When I was a young child, rummaging … more
To the Editor: It is with tears in my eyes that I notify you that Rhode Island has just lost the man whom we believe to be the oldest World War II Veteran in our state. Arthur Jeremiah Latham Jr., a 106-year-old gentleman who achieved the rank of Chief more
To the Editor: Patients suffering from opioid addiction do not start out as drug seekers. Often they were prescribed a painkiller for a physical injury which, over time, lost its efficacy. They turn to street drugs which are cheaper and easier to get in more
To the Editor: Russell Calkins wore many hats in his 65 years - soon he will be 66 - stockbroker, owner of a thriving business in New Orleans and Jupiter, Florida. Russell also has been an Elvis Presley fan since he was a little boy, hence his nickname more
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