Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: I am writing to thank the members of the community, administration, Cranston City Council and Planning Commission for their interest and attention to the 8.1-megawatt solar project that my company has proposed for the property off Natick more
To the Editor: In her inaugural address, Governor Raimondo reiterated her call for a ban on so-called assault weapons and high-capacity magazines." This notwithstanding that the report of her hand picked working group on gun safety could not agree on a" more
To the Editor: The Alzheimer's Association estimates there are more than five million Americans living with Alzheimer's disease and more than 16 million Alzheimer's caregivers. As an Alzheimer's advocate, it is my honor to represent them. Congress just more
To the Editor: I am currently working with a wonderful group of women and instructors at the Parent Leadership Training Institute (PLTI) with OneCranston, which is an initiative of CCAP. PLTI also has a partnership with Roger Williams University as an more
To the Editor: 2018 was a very eventful year for Cranston and 2019 is looking as if it could be even more significant. One important lesson I learned in 2018 is that there really isn't an East and West Cranston or 6 wards or neighborhoods like Edgewood, more
To the Editor:Mr. Frank Saccoccio is a lobbyist for the Rhode Island Second Amendment Coalition, an NRA surrogate. I have testified numerous times at Cranston City Council meetings and at the State … more
Editor's note: Given the interest in the proposed development of a solar farm on Natick Avenue and community concerns over other solar and wind energy projects in Cranston and adjoining Johnston, the following letter is being published on the front page: more
To the Editor: Democrats voting in the mid-term election ranked health care as their highest priority. Progressive candidates calling for Medicare for all or universal health care cannot tell you how they would pay for a single-payer system where the more
As we head towards that time of year when many around the world reflect on religion, family and sharing, let's take a brief second to count our blessings. All too often that which divides gets more attention than those things we each share. Now is the more
To the Editor: I encourage both Congressmen Cicilline and Langevin to vote for the Sanctioning the Use of Civilians as Defenseless Shields Act. The Bipartisan bill passed in the Senate on October 11. The Sanctioning the Use of Civilians as Defenseless more
To the Editor: As Americans, we like to have everything laid out in an obvious and understandable format. We tend to act toward war in the same manner. Americans like to see their nation's confrontations, with other nations, concluded promptly and more
To the Editor: With the increase in incidents of an active shooter, there is now an immediate need for improved means of life safety in all places of public assembly. These should include but not limited to: places of worship, shopping malls, casinos, more
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