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Consultants back privatization of water plant

June 3, 2013

WOONSOCKET — Independent consultants hired by the Budget Commission delivered what amounted to an unqualified endorsement Monday of Mayor Leo T. Fontaine’s controversial plan to privatize a proposed water treatment plant, calling it the best possible deal for ratepayers.

Cicilline announces bills to reduce VA case backlog

June 3, 2013

PAWTUCKET — For Tony Gallo, trying to help his elderly mother receive veteran's benefits she was entitled to was a complicated, frustrating and nearly 17-month process. He turned to Congressman David Cicilline for help, and now the legislator has submitted a package of bills aimed at reducing the backlog for Gallo and countless others.

Training targets at-risk youths

June 3, 2013

PAWTUCKET — The Samaritans of Rhode Island is once again working to eliminate the stigma of seeking help, thanks to a new round of suicide prevention awareness training seminars for educators and healthcare professionals dealing with young people.

PROVIDENCE — Kris Dunn believes he has unburdened himself from the fear of injury in a...
There will be a Lincoln/Cumberland girls’ hockey team taking the ice for the 2014-15 season...
  PROVIDENCE – The landscape in Rhode Island interscholastic baseball is going to...
WOONSOCKET – A 70-year-old city man suffered fatal injuries when he was struck by a car while crossing Cass Avenue near...
WOONSOCKET – Every member of the Woonsocket Police Department is a graduate of the police academy, but even seasoned...
LINCOLN – Tucked away down a winding path off of Sherman Avenue rests the jewel of ballet in the state, a gem which is...

 

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