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Wal-Mart: No decision on our Woonsocket plans

September 27, 2012

WOONSOCKET — City residents should not get their hopes too high for the return of a Wal-Mart store to Diamond Hill Road — at least not for now.
A Wal-Mart spokesman on Thursday said no decision has been made regarding the company's former store at Diamond Hill Road and the future use of the site is still under review.

Brien says Casey is violating Hatch Act

September 27, 2012

PROVIDENCE — Democratic State Rep. Jon Brien of Woonsocket yesterday filed a federal complaint challenging the legitimacy of the candidate who defeated him in the primary, Woonsocket firefighter Stephen M. Casey.
Brien said Casey is in violation of a law known as the Hatch Act, which prohibits employees of state, county and municipal governments from engaging in partisan political activities if their employers receive federal funds.

Schools seeking more positions

September 27, 2012

WOONSOCKET — The state Budget Commission running city affairs hasn't yet solved a known $4 million funding shortfall in this year's $67 million school budget but that won't keep School Superintendent Giovanna Donoyan from asking for additional positions when the panel meets today.

WARWICK – Bishop Hendricken jumped out to an early lead on Mount St. Charles and didn...
LINCOLN  –  Friday night marked the homecoming of Davies Tech senior tri-captain/...
  WOONSOCKET – Mount St. Charles coach Dave Belisle doesn’t want to sound the...
WOONSOCKET – Many years have passed since Pepin Lumber last sold Christmas trees during the holidays. But on Thursday...
WOONSOCKET – The operator of Rick’s Bar & Grill has agreed to close the doors for two days after the city accused...
WOONSOCKET – Saying she doesn’t want to risk dragging the city into potential litigation, Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt has...

 

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