Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: It was sad to hear of the passing recently of Mr. Alfred Carpionato. I am a tenant in one of the subsidized buildings that is owned and operated by his company.... more
To the Editor: Most people love Bette Midler's singing but particularly the three songs: The Rose, Wind Beneath My Wings, God Is Watching Us... more
To the Editor: Recent developments in the campaigns for school committee should make one think about who they vote for in the upcoming elections... more
To the Editor:The year was 1966, my senior year at Pilgrim High School in Warwick. My history teacher was a Mr. Steven O’Neill, an excellent teacher if I may add.He taught me something that has … more
To the Editor:My father’s brother, Edward Furey, worked as a street-care driver in downtown Pawtucket, but he had an interesting life. He married a woman from Ireland whose first name was Peggy … more
To the Editor:My name is Dan Elliott, and I’m running for State Representative here in Warwick. I am a political newcomer who decided to step into the arena and run to represent my city at the … more
To the Editor:Make no mistake, the ruckus surrounding the nomination of Federal Appeals Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court is about four things.First, Democrats have become the … more
To the Editor:When is bullying okay? Is there a time or place where it is permissible to bully someone?It seems to me that we have had a number of reports over the years of the outcome of a person … more
An open letter to Mayor Joseph Solomon and Council members:I am taking this time once again to reach out to you pertaining to the WFD over payment of unused sick pay issue, that I have been vocal … more
To the Editor:I am dismayed to see the negative ads Bob Flanders is using in his campaign for the Senate. They are undeniably “ad hominem” and unbecoming for a man of Flanders reputation. … more
To the Editor: Politics can be tough to be in actively involved in, especially as a public figure. Judge Brett Kavanaugh has been finding that out. The issue is bigger than Judge Kavanaugh. Politics can be ruthless, and often to most, what to believe is more
To the Editor: Thanks to Senator Sheldon Whitehouse for his scholarly and amazing interrogation of Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh during the Senate hearing on the 27th. It was astounding! His inquiry, delving into sophomoric musings found in more
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