Letters to the editor
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To the editor, Gun violence and crime is at a high volume throughout America currently. All Rhode Island Police Departments, should believe in solutions to address this unacceptable … more
Editor’s Note: The Johnston Sun Rise reached out to Mayor Polisena for comment regarding Johnston resident Tamra Moretti’s concerns regarding the planned placement of Providence’s … more
As a concerned constituent, I attended the Town Council meeting on Monday, July 10, where I presented valid questions, heartfelt concerns, and thoughtful considerations regarding the controversial … more
To the Editor,   I have two little gardens outside my small apartment. One is in the front and the other  in the back. I've been tending to these gardens since I've lived here, so it's … more
To the Editor, It was first odd, then startling to see that The Cranston Herald chose, for its edition that includes 4 July, a letter espousing Christian nationalism (August 6.29.23) and another … more
Dear Editor, It is deeply frustrating that the Hopkins administration continues to obfuscate while much of the public remains in the dark about his misguided plan to drastically downsize the … more
With decades of experience supporting pediatric primary care needs, from birth to an adolescent’s transition out of pediatric care, I’ve seen first-hand how important it is to meet … more
The Fourth of July is an incredibly festive time. Families across the state celebrate freedom with BBQs, gatherings, parades, festivals, and fireworks. July 4th is also America’s top … more
To the Editor, Along with additional forts and other military installations, the federal government is in the process of changing the names of Forts Bragg and Bennington.  Given that these … more
To the Editor, Happy the nation whose God is the Lord, The people chosen as his very own. From Heaven the Lord looks down and observes the whole human race.  Ps 33:12-13 … more
To the Editor, Flaws are part of human frailty and I’m not going to take a stand without prefacing that I am not a human being without frailties or failures myself.  Captive to … more
Hello everyone, a report was just released called "Wildlands in New England" which "is the first U.S. study to map and characterize all permanently conserved lands in one region that are managed to … more
To the Editor,  Regarding the "fight" between Governor Dan McKee and Attorney General Peter Neronha outlined in a recent Providence Journal article, the story asks whether Neronha's refusal … more
Dear Editor: I must take issue with the false representations of Councilman Robert Ferri in the Cranston Herald two weeks ago and his misleading statements on the Council floor during the … more
Cranston City Council Candidate Anthony Melillo (R-Ward 6) today expressed concern over the planned date for the special election for Ward Six voters created by the resignation of former Councilman … more
To the Editor, May 10 is the 90th anniversary of the 1933 purging of public and private libraries in Germany. Nazis snatched books from shelves, throwing them in the street to burn because … more
To the Editor, The Rhode Island Lottery's objection to proposed state legislation that would legalize online gambling in the Ocean State totally misses the larger point.  The main issue … more
To the Editor, Regarding recent news stories about bills that would provide free lunches for all students in Rhode Island public schools, as a former school district chief operating officer, I … more
We wholeheartedly endorse a package of six bills before the general assembly seeking to make improvements in the electoral process. These changes, while not monumental or particularly … more
To the Editor, I’m writing in response to the recent article titled School Safety Now, Not Later. I agree with retired officer Tim Colgan that RI schools must be made safe for our … more
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