Letters to the Editor
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To the editor:Thursday morning I read the article titled “Former Warren town councilor arrested”. I don’t know Catherine personally but from what I gather in this short article: she … more
To the editor: Warren is the latest small town to go through “growing pains.” The Samsonite building is turning into condos and retail spaces, although I don’t know many people … more
To the editor: It is public knowledge that Channel 10, in Providence, has been purchased by Sinclair Broadcasting, a conglomerate. With this new ownership apparently comes a requirement that the … more
To the editor: When we stay silent, domestic violence thrives. With 1 in 4 Rhode Islanders experiencing domestic violence in their lifetimes, and nearly 1 in 10 Rhode Island high schoolers … more
To the editor: In March, the City of Newport awarded a contract to purchase a new fireboat for the city’s fire department. The City Council voted to spend $887,642 on an aluminum vessel … more
To the editor:Arlene Violet’s “Growing Decency Deficit” (August 30-31) was a breath of fresh air. We are constantly bombarded with articles on how”the other guy” is … more
To the editor:The most vexing issue rests at the Warren Town Council's feet since it bears the responsibility to ensure the town is managed properly. It stands to reason that the Charter empowers the … more
To the editor:As a Brown University graduate (MA, 2012), I am appealing to President Christina Paxson and Brown’s leadership/administration to return the 375 acres they currently … more
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To the editor:It's time for some REAL TALK about the construction on Water Street. First of all, did you know that Warren is construction-free on most Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays?! The workers … more
To the editor:I feel compelled to write-in to express a different set of experiences I have had with our Town Manager, Jan Reitsma, than recently have been reflected in the Warren Times. Nine months … more
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