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It’s a farmer’s life, naturally

August 17, 2013

BLACKSTONE – Leaning on a wooden fence, Joe Wojcik watches a young Hereford calf prance alongside its mother, who is doing her best to ignore the calf’s playful gestures as she quietly grazes in the dew-covered pasture.

Diossa: ‘The sky’s the limit’ for Central Falls' future

August 17, 2013

CENTRAL FALLS – Declaring that “the sky’s the limit in this amazing square-mile city,” Mayor James Diossa launched his bid to be mayor for another three years on Saturday.
Diossa, who took his first oath of office on New Year’s Day after winning a special election, grasped the helm of the struggling city as it tried to free itself from the shoals of a difficult bankruptcy, under the storm cloud of his predecessor, former mayor Charles Moreau, pleading guilty to federal corruption charges and preparing to go to prison.

CUMBERLAND  –  Lizzie Pickering could barely contain her excitement. When...
BURRILLVILLE -- It’s been a tradition in these parts for decades, where the town’s police cruisers...
BURRILLVILLE  –  Way back in October, Sydney Blais decided more or less on a...
BURRILLVILLE – Three former Burrillville High School students returned to their alma mater Monday to tell...
WOONSOCKET – As promised, the city and the Woonsocket Teachers Guild have filed suit in Superior Court to...
CUMBERLAND — Seven area youths on Saturday celebrated years of diligent, dedicated hard work, as they joined an elite...

 

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