Letters to the editor
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To the Editor, As we recognize Women's Entrepreneurship Day (November 19), I want to take a moment to express my admiration for the women small business owners who keep our community running. So many talented, hard-working women have realized the true more
To the Editor: To prevent further spread of the coronavirus, we should require everyone to get fully vaccinated (including a possible third dose) - unless exempted by a sincerely held religious belief or medical condition. We should write to our more
Like every city and town in Rhode Island, Cranston has felt the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic in many different ways. There has been loss of revenue to the city, essential workers directly impacted … more
To the Editor: Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen's recent revelation that the corporation intentionally "amplifies division, extremism, and polarization" is deeply disturbing. It underscores the danger of social media corporations possessing First more
To the Editor: Nineteen years ago, I was released from 6½ years of a life sentence wrongfully imprisoned in Rhode Island for a murder I didn’t commit, with nothing more than what I … more
To the Editor: Are students at Rhode Island College being taught to hate our country? If the anti-American mindset endorsed by certain RIC faculty members is any indication, the answer is yes. Jayashree Nimmagadda, interim dean of the Rhode Island more
To the Editor: On Monday evening, I had the opportunity to listen to Cranston Police Col. Michael Winquist outline the recently installed license plate reader program to the City Council. No one can dispute the early results of this program in helping to more
To the Editor, This September my wife and I will be celebrating our 60th wedding anniversary. Our long lasting marriage was enriched from the beginning by receiving the Sacrament of Matrimony. Sincere love, trust, charity, and sharing a common faith are more
To the Editor: I'm not sure if hypersonic missiles or Iran's drones have a chance of first strike capability. If so, or if some countries will think so, and/or don't fear a second strike, then we need to take preventative steps. The same applies to more
To the Editor: After reading the ProJo op-ed dribble from Froma Harrop (Sunday, Aug. 22), I think Ms. Harrop has traveled to a state which has legalized smoking marijuana in public . and she has imbibed. Faced with an impossible task to defend President more
To the Editor: We must do more to strengthen our power grid against an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) event. Such an event can result from an attack by an enemy, or it can occur naturally. It could result in devastating loss of life. There is disagreement more
To the Editor: There is an issue most people are unfamiliar with, but that, if ignored, can have serious negative consequences for our community. That issue is the ubiquitous use of wireless devices. People might be under the common assumption that more
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