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The fire that destroyed five of the city’s automated sanitation trucks was not part of the plan, but it hasn’t deterred the administration from proceeding with a five-year schedule for the … more
THEN AND NOW: Mrs. Gus’s, now the site of …
Some might call it the battle of the doughboys. It looks like that. On the one hand there is Iggy’s, which has evolved from a clam shack to the dominant Oakland Beach business with a statewide … more
Tom Bucacci-Pezzullo narrowly missed severely poking his eye when he walked into the metal post holding a Gaspee Days banner Tuesday on Post Road in Pawtuxet. On that section of the road, the signs … more
Airport Road is going to get another traffic signal. Starting this month, crews will install a signal at the access road to the Rhode Island Airport Corporation maintenance garage. The access road … more
SUBSTATION PLAN: This aerial shows an outline of …
Demand for electricity in the western part of the city, as well as in West Warwick and parts of Coventry, is projected to reach a point that existing substations will be at capacity by … more
URGING A CHANGE: Activist Rob Cote of Warwick …
Rob Cote was back at the State House for the fourth year Thursday in his crusade to have motor vehicles fairly valued. And even before Cote could make the argument that inflated car values used for … more
Once again legislation concerning concealed carry permits (CCW) has been held back by the City Council for revisions. Councilwoman Camille Vella-Wilkinson (D-Ward 3) began working on this … more
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Neither Ward 3 Councilwoman Camille Vella-Wilkinson nor Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur and Council President Donna Travis are happy with the way the School Committee has buried a report it … more
The School Committee has approved a recommended revised budget projecting $163,185,410 in revenues and $163,127,659 in expenses, thereby achieving a $57,751 surplus for the current fiscal year (FY … more
BRANDING: Mayor Scott Avedisian points to one of …
Mayor Scott Avedisian, state Department of Transportation Director Peter Alviti Jr., Secretary of Commerce Stefan Pryor and Kelly Fredericks, president and CEO of the Rhode Island Airport … more
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