Letters to the Editor
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To the editor, Allow me to congratulate Peter Kilmartin on continuing the fine tradition of the Rhode Island Attorney General’s office of stonewalling, obfuscation and the denial … more
To the editor:I would like to address this to all citizens of Warren: If you were not at the council meeting of July 11th please review the video on the town’s web page and watch our … more
To the editor:After 10 years of successful results, the medical marijuana program in Rhode Island has widened to assist more than 16,000 patients who benefit from this alternative medicine. … more
To the editor:The members of the Warren Town Council have refrained from commenting on the recent Rhode Island Supreme Court decision that restored the true intent and purpose of the state funding … more
To the editor:This is information to all elderly citizens and disabled citizens of Warren. After a 17-month battle with postal officials, I prevailed and now we have an automatic door opener … more
To the editor:The best solution to the continuing challenges facing the local municipalities that make-up the Bristol Warren Regional School District Special is affording the School District the … more
To the editor, I have been reading with interest the ongoing saga regarding the Bristol Warren Regional School District. Much of the discussion seems to center around the financing and the fair … more
To the editor:Why would anyone want to leave Rhode Island? It has the best beaches on the East Coast, great restaurants, and a diverse population that has bestowed its culture and customs on the … more
To the editor: In 1958, Oliver Sacks wrote a little book on perceptions. The book is known by the title of one of its subjects, The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat. The flawed perception is … more
To the editor: Congratulations to the three girls from Cottage Avenue who successfully petitioned the Portsmouth Town Council to improve traffic safety on their street!  As remaining time … more
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