November 21, 2014
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The city’s water division and sewer authority are chasing hundreds of unpaid bills and assessments, which, unless payments are made, will result in one of the largest tax sales in recent memory. … more
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved $6,094,017 to pay for relocating recreational ball fields at Winslow Park to a new area near T.F. Green Airport and to continue work on … more
According to neighborhood reports, this is one of two pieces of equipment working on the extension of the safety area at the end of Runway 16-34 that sunk into the Buckeye Brook wetlands last week. … more
After four days of hearings, the City Council has shifted funds from numerous accounts in Mayor Scott Avedisian’s $288.8 million budget to provide an additional $1 million to road repaving and … more
A recent sunrise over what remains of the Rocky …
The state’s plan is to re-open all of Rocky Point this fall. It will be a different place than the amusement park that closed in 1995, or the overgrown site of collapsing buildings, debris piles … more
City Council President Donna Travis said last Wednesday that the council will vote on the appointment of its auditor, Catherine King Avila, an action that it failed to take when Avila assumed the … more
SCORE: Mark Carruolo delights in a “My Hero …
Mark Carruolo started working for the city as a draftsman in 1984 in the Department of Public Works (DPW), when he was fresh out of URI, and ended up as one of the architects of how the city has … more
MOUNDS TO MAKE FUTURE FIELDS: Where trees once …
When Janice Pangman visited the Beacon about three weeks ago she was carrying a rolled up blanket under her arm. She was distraught. She didn’t know where to turn. More than words, the blanket … more
AROUND THE FRINGE: Pictured from left is …
The LaRouche PAC “Impeach Obama” movement received mixed reviews Tuesday from offended drivers with their long honks, along with some thumbs-up and cheers. Motorists on Airport Road or … more
On Thursday, Mayor Scott Avedisian asked how the School Committee could justify spending upwards of $250,000 and probably $500,000 to perform a study of schools when $150,000 is budgeted for analysis … more
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