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Foreclosures falling locally, but still above state average

June 19, 2013

WOONSOCKET – Northern Rhode Island’s foreclosure problem appears to be on the mend, but it’s improving at a significantly slower pace than other regions of the state, a report released today says.

Let the games begin: Twin River holds grand opening for table games

June 19, 2013

LINCOLN – Wielding gold-painted hedge clippers, Gov. Lincoln Chafee, Town Administrator T. Joseph Almond, CEO John Taylor and other dignitaries cut a ceremonial red ribbon Wednesday to officially initiate Las Vegas style-table games at Twin River, ushering in yet another new era at a facility that has morphed over the decades from a horse racing track, to a dog track to a slot parlor and now to a full-fledged casino.

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