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A new ride opened at Rocky Point yesterday, and Mayor Scott Avedisian was one of the first to take it. With Blane Toedt at the controls, Avedisian was lifted to the top of the Rocky Point arch for … more
Residential and commercial property owners can expect to see an increase in the valuation of their property when they start receiving letters tomorrow. But City Tax Assessor Christopher Celeste is … more
Having already logged 500 days in his campaign to be mayor, Richard Corrente portrayed himself as a family man who understands the responsibilities of being married and raising a family at the grand opening of his headquarters Saturday at more
Kaitlyn Nelson, age 9, daughter of Jon and Michelle Nelson, competed in the International Princess and Prince Pageant held July 30 and 31 in Stamford, Connecticut. Kaitlyn took home a medal for best informal wear and a medal more
The School Committee voted 3-1 to uphold Superintendent Philip Thornton’s recommendation of non-renewal for Warwick Veterans High School assistant principal Joseph Bleczinski following a public … more
The Board of Public Safety has issued a statement that it recognizes routine visits to grocery stores, pharmacies and other businesses “are required (by firefighters) to maintain suitable and safe … more
Renovations to Pilgrim High School and Vets that opens as a junior high school on Aug. 31 are in high gear and, according to school director of buildings and grounds Steve Gothberg, on schedule for completion on Aug. 29 and 30. A more
“We all live within household budgets and we live within business budgets and I think we have to live within city budgets,” said Councilman Joseph Solomon during Monday night’s budget hearings. … more
Although the administration has yet to release a budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year, in statements issued last week Mayor Scott Avedisian is recommending the creation of a funding plan for other … more
Democratic candidate for mayor Richard Corrente has issued a report card on the five years Mayor Scott Avedisian served on the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority board of directors, concluding the agency was ripped off" by the mayor" more
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