Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: As a resident of District 15 in Cranston I was happy to support Barbara Ann Fenton-Fung against Nick Mattiello, but I had no idea she would turn out to be Rhode Island's version of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Fenton-Fung has supported key more
To the Editor: Joseph H. Crowley, who has a history of making excuses for underperforming public schools, has predictably joined what economist Thomas Sowell calls the war on charter schools ("McKee is right, but has it backward," April 8). Crowley takes more
To the Editor: Mass murders have again shaken our sense of safety to shop for groceries and go about our daily activities with our children and grandchildren. Our nation's founding principle that we are all created equal and endowed with the unalienable more
To the Editor: If Mr. Murray and his clients are so concerned about alleged interconnection misinformation ["Solar project has undergone extensive review," March 25], then they should welcome a … more
To the Editor: Regarding the Native Avenue solar project, I would like to thank the developer’s attorney for writing to the editor to try to address concerns expressed in my own letter of … more
To the Editor: Public officials and the general public are largely unaware of the term "5G," and if they are aware, their awareness comes solely from the PR that the telecom companies use in their advertising. 5G refers to the fifth generation of more
To the Editor: I am the attorney for Revity Energy, the solar developer of the Natick Avenue solar project that is proceeding through the approval process with the city of Cranston. I normally avoid the back and forth of public comments in various more
To the Editor: This letter is in response to the now two-year-long debate surrounding the Natick Avenue commercial-scale solar development. The project, which is still winding its way through many levels of city approvals, will clear-cut nearly 30 acres more
To the Editor: The proposed Natick Avenue solar project requires a reconstruction of the power lines along Natick, Wilbur, Conley, Hope, Pippin Orchard and Laten Knight roads. The project requires the Public Works Committee to approve the placement of more
To the Editor: The Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island (BIARI) is proud to join with the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) and advocates across the country to celebrate March as Brain Injury Awareness Month. It is important to change common more
To the Editor: COVID-19 is disproportionately affecting the LGBTQ+ community. LGBTQ+ Americans report higher rates of underlying conditions than heterosexual people, according to a new CDC report. This makes us more vulnerable to severe illness from more
To the Editor: The Cranston City Council recently passed a direct and clear Black History Month resolution, kudos to them. It seems straightforward to acknowledge the legacy of white supremacy, slavery, Jim Crow and the other ugly facts of U.S. history. more
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