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Fontaine proposes $120 million budget

May 17, 2011

WOONSOCKET — Mayor Leo T. Fontaine yesterday proposed a $120.5 million budget for next fiscal year that calls for a 4.5 increase in the tax levy, the maximum allowed by law without a waiver from the state.
Despite the increase, Fontaine said the budget calls for the elimination of two positions in the highway division, unpaid furlough days for employees and spending rollbacks for most city departments.

Valley students win leadership awards

May 17, 2011

PROVIDENCE — Tolman High senior Alyssa Browning didn't know what shocked her more — the fact she had been selected as one of 68 recipients of the 2011 Lt. Governor's Leadership Awards, or that her mom Cindy didn't peruse the letter informing her.
“She has a tough time keeping her hands off my mail, so it took everything she had not to open it,” Browning giggled before the ceremony, held at the Rhode Island Department of Administration's atrium on Capitol Hill Monday afternoon.

BURRILLVILLE  –  Once the final horn sounded Wednesday afternoon, members of the...
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...
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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