November 23, 2014
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“38GATE”: Representative Mich-ael Chippendale …
At 6 p.m. last Thursday only a few people had walked into the Republican Headquarters and picked up the thick packets of papers with names and dates strewn across the pages. Slowly people eased their … more
Discussions and dealings between the school department and the city administration have often been contentious. In an effort to bridge that gap, resolve differences, and strengthen communication … more
EXCEPTIONAL EMPLOYEES: Three of the employees of …
Picasso’s Pizza & Pub has been voted the best sports bar in Rhode Island for 2014 through an online poll taken by the Providence Phoenix. According to Lou Papineau, managing editor of The … more
When it comes to protecting individual, economic and educational freedoms of Rhode Islanders over the past two years, Warwick was ranked 23rd among the 39 cities and towns in the state, according to … more
When schools open today, police will be present, but unlike last week following receipt by Johnston Police of an anonymous letter threatening the beheading of an elementary school student, they … more
HE’D LIKE THEIR VOTE, NONETHELESS: Ward 5 …
Ed Ladouceur doesn’t face an opponent in Tuesday’s election, but that hasn’t stopped him from campaigning. Recently Ladouceur, who represents Ward 5, had a plan to visit 100 homes in an area … more
CAMPAIGN STOP: New Jersey Governor Chris Christie …
Several major national figures are making their presence felt in the race for Rhode Island governor. On Friday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, the head of the Republican Governors Association … 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
CUSHMAN
Former Ward 1 Councilman Robert Cushman, who also served on the school committee, will have an hour to define what he sees as disturbing trends to the City Council. On Monday, the City Council … more
It’s easier to drop an envelope in the mail than fighting for a parking space and standing in line to pay taxes, but the numbers would suggest that some taxpayers want receipts and are willing to … more
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