Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: People across the country are protesting, some peacefully, some not, ostensibly, because Black Americans are being hunted down and killed by police. Lebron James talks of how he is … more
To the editor: Thank you for writing the article regarding my building permit. I was disappointed to see so many misrepresentations and half-truths told by the neighbors who have recently … more
To the editor: The town's apparent decision to "wing it" with respect to the flying of private flags on the town's public flagpole is destined to suffer the same fate as its ill-considered, … more
Well, here we are. First, it’s reported that Trump called his assembled Joint Chiefs “babies and dopes” and said they couldn’t win wars anymore. Next we hear from multiple … more
To the editor: We can all agree that keeping our children and teachers safe and healthy is a top priority. This letter’s purpose is to ask parents to truly understand how the requirement to … more
To the editor: Several points from last week's cover story on a neighborhood divided deserve clarification. The article described the efforts by Ms. Jayne, a Cranston resident, to develop a … more
To the editor: The American flag is the most recognized symbol of freedom in the world. If you ask the millions of immigrants who have aspired over the years to become American citizens and pledge … more
To the editor: Amidst protests nationally and in town, as part of a renewed civil rights movement, the town manager raised a Black Lives Matter flag. In raising the BLM flag, he signaled that the … more
President Donald J. Trump doesn’t want to lose his re-election. One of the ways he’s trying to stay in power is to try to impede the U.S. Postal Service in doing its job. According to … more
To the editor: “Truth is not for all men, but only for those who seek it.” Does truth matter anymore? Do people care if their beliefs are true? Is it helpful to deny reality lest … more
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