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National Grid moving ahead with new transmission lines

March 10, 2014

National Grid is working with police in North Smithfield and Burrillville to ensure the safety of the public during construction of the Rhode Island segment of the Interstate Reliability Project (IRP), a $200 million undertaking that kicks off this month to improve the region’s electric transmission system.

Boyfriend charged with Salvi murder

March 10, 2014

PROVIDENCE – More than two months after her death, Emmanuel “Manny” Algaria of Woonsocket was charged in District Court Monday with the murder of his girlfriend, Catherine Salvi.

Algaria, 22, had been facing felony assault charges after attacking Salvi in their apartment at 316 Manville Road on Dec. 13. State prosecutors withdrew that charge as they lodged a new count of murder against Algaria during a brief hearing before Magistrate Joseph Ippolito.

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