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Shoveling sidewalks.
Put away the snow shovel yet? No, this isn’t a tease about a freak spring storm with more snow for Rhode Island. But Tuesday morning a committee of city officials and George Shuster, who was … more
Although the School Committee has yet to receive recommendations on how to respond to declining enrollment and aging infrastructure – plans that are likely to take several years to implement – … more
A LOT AT STAKE: An audience of mostly …
After nearly two hours of discussion, during which the efforts of city employees were extolled, yet the issue of escalating retiree costs acknowledged, the City Council approved Monday contracts … more
The School Committee has narrowed down the long-term education and facilities master plan options for consolidation to two choices. That was the goal of last Wednesday’s workshop meeting with … more
CLEARED FOR CONSTRUCTION: Land cleared of homes …
This is going to be a busy summer at Green Airport. It’s already begun – not the summer, but all the construction. “We’ll spend more money this construction season than in any other … more
CORRENTE
With nearly two years before the November 2016 elections, Richard Corrente, president of Bankers Mortgage Corporation, has started campaigning as a Democrat for mayor. He believes he is the first in … more
Tainted by a possible violation of the state’s Open Meetings Act and rumors swirling around an investigator’s findings relating to an incident at Gorton Junior High School, Mayor Scott Avedisian … more
COMING IN: Jennifer Howell and her daughter, …
Some things just work out. That surely was the case in New Zealand with the exception of the giant trout, where a two-pound fish is considered small. But I’m getting ahead of myself. For … more
D’AGOSTINO
An initial round of interviews of seven candidates for superintendent of schools should be completed by next Wednesday, Rosemary Healey, legal counsel and school director of human resources said … more
To the Editor: I work with Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP), a group of criminal justice professionals opposed to the war on drugs. As a retired Denver police lieutenant with more than … more
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