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State Rep. targets bank over gun control issue

May 12, 2013

WOONSOCKET – A North Kingstown lawmaker is threatening to rally a boycott of Sovereign Bank if she finds out the bank closed its accounts with a local firearms dealer for political reasons.
“If I find out this is true I’m going to close my account with Sovereign Bank and recommend all the Second Amendment people in Rhode Island do the same,” State Rep. Doreen Costa (R-Dist. 31) told The Call. “Banks shouldn’t be choosing their customers because they’re in a certain kind of business. That’s just stupid.”

Lincoln votes on budget tonight

May 12, 2013

LINCOLN – Local voters will get the chance to offer their say on a proposed $76,138,712 town budget for 2013-14 when the Financial Town Meeting gets under way in Lincoln High School tonight beginning at 7 o’clock.

Mother’s Day is busy time for local restaurants

May 12, 2013

Michelle Decelles always knew Mother’s Day to be a big day at the Coachmen’s Lodge Restaurant she and her husband, Norman, run at 273 Wrentham Road in Bellingham.
It was a big day for the restaurant but Decelles never fully understood why people wanted to take their Mom’s out on that day until she became a Mom six years ago.
“I don’t think I realized what motherhood really was until I became a mother myself,” she said while working at the restaurant this week.

Block calls for more citizen involvement

May 12, 2013

WARWICK – The most important thing citizens can do to help Rhode Island’s economy and business climate is to get involved with what the government is doing, RI Taxpayer’s President Ken Block told the group’s annual meeting Saturday.
Because of the state’s small size and population, Block said, “We pay a terrific and horrific price when we are not efficient, when bad things happen economically, when bad decisions are made like 38 Studios, or when graft and corruption rear their ugly heads.

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