October 26, 2014
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The sky is lit up once the sun is down on the Fourth of July holiday, although Tropical Storm Arthur has already forced a change in plans. The city’s scheduled Thursday fireworks display has been … more
MEETING FOLKS: Gubernatorial candidate Clay Pell …
Clay Pell is looking for the roots – the grassroots of Rhode Island. That’s why the Democratic candidate for governor met with more than 70 people Tuesday evening at the William Shields Post … more
If you are throwing away clothes; stop. That’s the message from R.I. Resource Recovery (RIRR), who wants Rhode Islanders to rethink about how to dispose of clothes, shoes, towels, blankets, and … more
DONOVAN
Election Day for incumbent Ward 7 Councilman Charles Donovan Jr. and his Democratic challenger Kathleen Usler is just three weeks away. Tuesday, Sept. 9 is primary day, and with neither a … more
MOLESTING CHARGED On Tuesday, the Kent County Grand Jury reported out an indictment charging Antonio Yanez, 22, of 30 Green St. in Cranston, with two counts of first-degree child molestation, … more
Shirley Sherman suspects there are many others like her who were unaware the city has eliminated a day grace period for the payment of quarterly taxes. Sherman and her husband got their Social … more
AN ALL TOGETHER DIFFERENT PROPOSAL: Ward 5 …
The Artists’ Exchange, now based in Cranston, may end up getting much more than it bargained for when it was the only bidder for the use of the former Christopher Rhodes School in the Norwood … more
Warwick Police have stepped up the enforcement of the seat belt law as part of the national Click It or Ticket mobilization that runs through June 1. “Memorial Day weekend kicks off summer … more
Pledging dedication to his community and to do the most for his constituents, Michael Zarum is running for the Ward 2 seat on the City Council. Zarum faces incumbent Thomas Chadronet in the … more
Higher education costs are rising exponentially and it is causing more students to either drop out due to the financial burden or avoid higher education all together. If elected governor, Gina … more
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