Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: This letter is in response to the now two-year-long debate surrounding the Natick Avenue commercial-scale solar development. The project, which is still winding its way through many levels of city approvals, will clear-cut nearly 30 acres more
To the Editor: The proposed Natick Avenue solar project requires a reconstruction of the power lines along Natick, Wilbur, Conley, Hope, Pippin Orchard and Laten Knight roads. The project requires the Public Works Committee to approve the placement of 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
To the Editor: The Cranston City Council recently passed a direct and clear Black History Month resolution, kudos to them. It seems straightforward to acknowledge the legacy of white supremacy, slavery, Jim Crow and the other ugly facts of U.S. history. more
To the Editor: Recently I received my first vaccine injection, which was by appointment for the 75 and over residents who live in Warwick. The vaccine site was located in East Greenwich. From the moment my wife and I arrived at the site, we were greeted more
To the Editor, Recently I received my first vaccine injection which was by appointment for the seventy-five and over residents who live in Warwick. The vaccine site was located in East Greenwich. From the moment my wife and I arrived at the site we were more
To the Editor: It was good to read in the Jan. 14 edition of the Herald the words of local GOP elected officials, past and present, denouncing the insurrectionist violence that took place at the U.S. Capitol building on Jan. 6. It is heartening to know more
To the Editor: While many Rhode Island students have adequately weathered the storm of school interruptions of this past year, some of the most vulnerable students have not. The current educational uncertainties, coupled with the ongoing pandemic, have more
To the Editor: Just as the king cobra lies low and waits to strike, ever rising slowly, steely eyes holding the victim transfixed, Trump like the king cobra, rose up to full ugly height and struck! Like that cobra's stare, he has encouraged and incited more
To the Editor: With regard to Mike Lester's political cartoon which appeared in the ProJo on Dec. 11, apparently he believes President Trump invented presidential pardons. Lester would do well for himself to take out a few books from his local library on more
To the Editor: There's nothing new about people wanting and working to achieve greatness. Powers, fame, prestige, being rich are the word that one associates with the concept of "e;greatness."e; But Ben Franklin had another idea in mind. In 1729 he wrote, more
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