Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Prior to placing my ad/comments in your publication on June 16, 2016 regarding corruption in the Town of Johnston, I was advised by many readers that I was wasting my time because … more
To the Editor: Elephants in circuses or other traveling shows lead a miserable existence. Not only do they spend the majority of their lives in chains, but they are also subjected to a cruel … more
To the Editor: A horrible hate crime has shaken us Americans once again. I wish to remind people, that the crime was targeted against the gay community. Politicians are having a field day blaming ISIS, and spreading more hate to American Muslims. I hope more
To the Editor: Governor Raimondo's solution to failing Rhode Island infrastructure is, of course, foolish. However, there is no disputing the fact that the infrastructure is in ruin. The governor claims there is no money to repair roads, bridges, etc., more
To the Editor: There has been a great deal of press during the past few weeks about the Community Service Grant program, and we feel that it is imperative to offer our perspective. These grants are used to provide critical services to our neediest Rhode more
To Governor Rimando and the people that run the State of Rhode Island: $5 million for two words and a few colors. I'd love to see the itemized receipt for that kind of money. After all, the state usually wants to see receipts from people if their more
To the Editor: The proposed legislation Interstate Medical Licensure Compact (S. 2497 and H. 7771) and revised Nursing Compact (H. 8077) are a set of wolves in sheep clothing. Beyond the flowery introduction, these proposed laws transfer legislative more
To the Editor: U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry recently gave the commencement address at Northeastern University and made some startling comments that included and referenced 9/11: “There are … more
To the Editor: The proposed legislation Interstate Medical Licensure Compact (S. 2497 and H. 7771) and revised Nursing Compact (H. 8077) are a set of wolves in sheep clothing. Beyond the flowery introduction, these proposed laws transfer legislative more
To the Editor: Mayor Polisena, the Johnston Planning Board, Zoning Board, and Town Council: We, your Johnston residents, homeowners, voters, and taxpayers, object to your proposed zoning change for the property located on Greenville Avenue and more
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