February 1, 2015
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THERE IS A ROAD SOMEWHERE: It was near whiteout …
By JOHN HOWELL This time, people were prepared. Officials weren’t going to let Rhode Island be paralyzed for more than a week, as happened following the Blizzard of 1978. And as it turned … more
Is it a resource on which to build a stronger state, or a step toward taking away individual rights? Those were the principal issues that swirled around the RhodeMap RI economic development plan … more
MAYBE IN RI? Former Rocky Point manager David …
Rocky Point Amusement Park is gone, but the man who managed many park operations for 20 years aims to create a park where families will have fun and make memories for future generations to … more
BREAK-IN Officer Daniel DiMaio reported he was dispatched to Sam’s Food Store at 651 Main Ave. Oct. 7 around 3:45 a.m. for a report of a front window being broken. When he got there, he said the … more
SAFETY FIRST: Firefighters attended the Live Line …
Local firefighters were told yesterday to shuffle – not run or walk – when approaching an accident or scene with downed electrical wires. Being in the midst of hurricane season, National Grid … more
The campaign for the Republican nomination for mayor between incumbent Scott Avedisian and Stacia Petri is now being played out on Facebook. Avedisian set up a Facebook page – “Avedisian for … more
IMPOSES A DEADLINE: Rep. K. Joseph Shekarchi told …
The man who led the car tax revolt says all that is needed to bring equity to motor vehicle valuations is the change of a couple of words in the law. Rob Cote of Warwick told the Rhode Island … more
That’s what Aldrich librarian Sandra Savella, right, had to say Tuesday as she provided orientation for Christine Murphy, who started Monday as the librarian at Gorton. Savella was one of those … more
BIG CHUNKS: The concrete foundation to an …
Cleanup operations at Rocky Point suffered a setback Tuesday when most of the heavy equipment used to do the job was silenced by the work of vandals. Windows were smashed on 15 pieces of … more
EXPLAINING THE CONTRACT: Michael O’Connell of …
Some members of the City Council are saying they won’t pay the bill, even though the work has been performed as requested and, evidently, at a savings over what was budgeted. At stake is an … more
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