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Lincoln Chafee sworn in

January 4, 2011

PROVIDENCE — Calling for “an era of political collaboration, of cultural and ethnic acceptance, of shared sacrifice and, more importantly, of faith and trust in each other,” Lincoln Chafee became the first Independent governor of Rhode Island in the modern era at 12:22 p.m. Tuesday.

Vultures descend on city

January 4, 2011

WOONSOCKET — A few years ago, when Robert Bouchard first noticed the bulky birds landing in the boughs of his pine trees or perched on the cupola of his North End carriage house, he wasn't particularly alarmed.
With their featherless red heads and impressive wingspans, the turkey vultures were a wildlife oddball, something he'd never seen before around here. There were only a few of them, and they never stuck around long enough to become any sort of nuisance.

FRANKLIN – Cumberland High suffered no letdown after a key Division I-North triumph over...
WOONSOCKET  –  Over the past week, Lincoln High sustained two defeats in its...
PAWTUCKET – George Patrick Duffy left this world on Saturday night, clutching a baseball...
WOONSOCKET – The city’s first homicide investigation of the year is under way after a 28-year-old woman was stabbed at...
WOONSOCKET – When he was a little younger, Richard Fazzio, now 90, would tend to the small veterans’ memorial at Market...
BLACKSTONE – Ninety-nine-year-old World War II Navy veteran Michael Sulima sits back in a recliner at his daughter’s...

 

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