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Schools may see slight surplus

May 12, 2011

WOONSOCKET – A difficult fiscal year for the School Department may end on a good note despite earlier speculation to the contrary.
School Department Business Manager Stacey Busby told the School Committee on Wednesday that a budget update prepared by her department and the city’s accounting firm, Braver PC, projects school spending to stay within budget or even tally a slight surplus as the fiscal year ends on June 30.
Busby said the projection is the result of a meeting she had with representatives of the state Auditor General’s office and the city’s auditing firm, Braver, PC, on Monday.

Embattled civil unions bill faces two fronts

May 12, 2011

PROVIDENCE – Supporters of same sex marriage called Rep. Peter Petrarca’s civil unions bill a separate but unequal half measure that renders gay couples as second-class citizens that is an unsatisfactory compromise to marriage equality.
Opponents of same-sex marriage painted it as a Trojan horse that will turn over decisions on the sanctity of wedlock to unelected judges and will compromise the very institution of marriage.

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WOONSOCKET – You can debate whether or not the two-game penalty of ejection from a high...
EAST PROVIDENCE – As difficult as it was to swallow Burrillville High’s 58-48 loss...
UXBRIDGE – Police have issued arrest warrants for a couple who allegedly broke into a home on Hazel Street and stole...
WOONSOCKET – The state-appointed Budget Commission is expected to disband by April 1, restoring financial control to...

 

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