Letters to the editor
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To the Editor, February 20, 2024 marked twenty one years since the horrific Station Nightclub fire which caused one hundred people to die and two hundred more to be injured. This appalling, … more
Dear Editor Schuler, I write today in the capacity of Chairman of the Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation Board of Commissioners. Having followed your recent coverage of the departure of … more
To the Editor, Currently, Rhode Island has no state laws protecting forests. This has led to Rhode Island holding the unfortunate distinction of being the only state in New England where no … more
To the Editor, Currently, Rhode Island has no state laws protecting forests. This has led to Rhode Island holding the unfortunate distinction of being the only state in New England where no … more
To the Editor, I am writing this letter as a response to and affirmation of the letter from Ken Dooley recently  published in the Beacon and to express my deep appreciation for the … more
To the Editor, As a 30+ year Cranston resident and independent voter, the last 4 years under the Hopkins administration have been disappointing, humiliating and more like having a bully in the … more
To the Editor, In the January 18, 2024 issue of the Cranston Herald, Mr. Steven Stycos shared his opinion about the Apprenticeship Exploration School and its value, in his letter to the editor … more
To the Editor, My name is George and I always have many questions. Perhaps someone can answer this one. We have had some major floods. Could they have been avoided? The Pawtuxet River is … more
To the editor, The Cranston City Council and School Committee last month approved a $40 million dollar school bond referendum that tentatively includes $12 million to purchase and renovate the … more
Letter to the Editor This statement is about the article that was published in your paper on 11/9/2023. Title of the article was “When a window unit is assessed as central air” … more
To the Editor, Martin Luther King Day is a national holiday to remember and honor Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his work for racial justice.  He was an ordained minister, as was his … more
To the Editor, The biblical Goliath apparently felt free to wreak havoc wherever he wished, simply because of his size. The Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) and the Federal Aviation … more
It may very well give a reader whiplash at how rapidly the onset of the artificial intelligence (AI) era has been ushered into our everyday discourse — but make no mistake, it is here, and not … more
I feel bad for the residents who can no longer fully enjoy their property because they’ve become obsessed with the Cranston Police Department’s shooting range. But, I’m sorry … more
To the Editor, Do you ever park your car next to a space spewed with broken car window shards?  You can see that it’s not a broken bottle but rather the remains of a car break-in. … more
To the Editor, Advice from my mom You would worry less about what people Are thinking about you if you would Understand that they are probably Not thinking about you at all. You will never … more
To the Editor, With 7+ million dollars on the line Cranston should go with the sure thing. Our city has the opportunity of a lifetime to use Federal dollars for building a community center and … more
To the Editor. One thing is abundantly clear, Cranston is a city run by unreasonable men who hold no regard for established medical facts. In the article, Neighbors target police firing range, … more
To the Editor, Patrick Crowley, the successor to George Nee as President of the RI AFL-CIO, has been appointed (along with Mr. Nee and John Maguire, a union rep) to the Pension Advisory Working … more
To the Editor: As the holidays are here, this is a good time to talk about Roger Williams.  I have been studying Roger Williams for six years, and here are some of his ideas: … more
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