Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: After four years of controversy, broken promises, and destruction of woodlands, the City Council voted unanimously to ban medium and large ground-based solar projects in Western Cranston's A-80 residential zone. Small accessory projects more
To the Editor: On January 28, President Trump and President Netanyahu unveiled the so-called Trump Peace Plan entitled "e;Peace to Prosperity: A Vision to Improve the Lives of the Palestinian and Israeli People."e; The plan claims to provide for a two state more
To the Editor: Several months ago, Peder S. Schaefer interviewed me, and my colleague Claire Stadtmueller, for an article for the Cranston Herald: "e;5G wireless is coming, but health questions remain."e; Since that time, we have worked with other Cranston more
To the Editor: The allure of using drugs can be powerful. "e;Friends"e; calling you like sirens, with promises that lead to the rocks, seem, at first, so innocent. All to often a simple journey ends up taking tragic turns. "e;The Sea"e; is a story of a voyage more
To the Editor: As we approach the celebration of our independence from Great Britain I have noticed a number of American flags with a blue or red stripe replacing a white one. One EMT is flying a flag with a combination red and blue stripe. I assume the more
To the Editor, For the young people who aren't too worried about getting COVID-19, a message from the past. In the early 1900s, New York was having a typhoid outbreak. Unlike COVID-19, which is a virus, typhoid is a bacterial disease -- which, like more
By HOUSE REPUBLICAN CAUCUS Our General Assembly has abandoned its responsibilities when needed most. The General Assembly needs to do its job: convene committees; oversee and make changes to the state's COVID-19 relief efforts, if necessary; plan for more
To the Editor: I was taken aback by the extraordinarily disingenuous op-ed by Matt Collins, "e;Avoiding Low-value care,"e; where representing BC/BS he suggests patients navigate the health system and decide what is good care or low-value care by asking more
To the Editor: A home-grown, well-respected, fine "e;gentleman farmer,"e; patriarch of a large and loving family, astute businessman, and "e;gentle giant"e; of a human being and citizen has left us for more peaceful pastures and smoother roads. John Anthony more
To the Editor: As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to threaten the health of millions of Americans, individuals in nursing homes and assisted living communities are especially vulnerable and face additional challenges. According to the Alzheimer's more
To the Editor: Although it isn't on the news, nearly a hundred families seeking safety in the U.S. from violence and persecution have been locked up by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in the Berks family detention center in Pennsylvania and two more
To the Editor, In last week’s Beacon, Joshua Kohler decried the “#CancelAllies crowd” for being upset that the popular North Kingstown donut shop announced it was ending … more
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