November 1, 2014
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HANGING OUT: Carol Doehler, professor and chair …
Sensation Station, a private, family-centered therapy facility specializing in the care of children dealing with learning, social and physical challenges, was welcomed to Warwick by Mayor Scott … more
For nearly 20 years, the city’s water division has “held its breath” that it wouldn’t have to shut down a main line serving many of the businesses and hotels on Post Road in the vicinity of … more
SQUARING OFF: Gina Raimondo, Allan Fung and …
Cranston Mayor Allan Fung and General Treasurer Gina Raimondo went on the offensive in their first televised gubernatorial debate this week, sparring over each other’s record, leadership style, … more
SALVAGED: A limited number of plates rescued …
When the new state Rocky Point Park opens Saturday, visitors won’t need a ticket to get in, but if they stop by the Rocky Point Foundation display they can get a vintage one for free. These are … more
GETTING HIS SIDE: Stacia Petri and Ward 8 …
In an ironic twist, Stacia Petri, and the group that supported her unsuccessful bid for mayor, came before the City Council Monday brandishing a memo written by the council auditor - who they say … more
SHOE BUNDLING PARTY: The Wyman Elementary School …
The old adage states, “You never truly know someone until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes.” Thanks to the efforts of the students, staff and Parent-Teachers Association (PTA) at Wyman … more
Potowomut will get its fire station, and it’s going to happen much sooner than dreamed possible as the latest round of construction bids were opened and all the estimates exceeded the $2 million … more
With the high school football season just past the midway point, it's do-or-die for a lot of teams. Cranston West will try to knock off Barrington, while Cranston East will try to stay in the race … more
For the second time this month, Johnston Police have received a threatening letter targeting schools in Johnston, Cranston and Warwick. The letter was received Wednesday and mentions Tuesday, … more
THE IRONY OF POLITICAL PAYBACK: Just four short years ago, public service unions - especially teachers’ unions - were backing Lincoln Chafee’s quest to be elected governor. They didn’t have a … more
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