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Clay Pell Receives Endorsement from Charlestown Democrats
The committee, chaired by Cathy O'Reilly Collette, voted to support Clay at their monthly meeting at the Charlestown Police Station on Monday.
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Washington Trust profits dip on mortgage slowdown
Higher loan-loss charge-offs and slower mortgage activity cut Washington Trust Bancorp Inc.'s profits in the first quarter compared with results in the last three months of 2013, the company announced Monday.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
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Ashburnham selectmen vote to raze old Veteran Memorial School
The old Veteran Memorial School building will be demolished after all, following a vote at Monday's meeting of the Board of Selectmen to award a bid to a demolition company.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
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Rhode Islanders Pay Tribute to Nuala Pell
Nuala Pell is being remembered as the first lady of a generation in Rhode Island politics, helping shape her husband Claiborne's 36 years in the U.S. Senate.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Council to Vote on Trash Contract that Would Bring 64-Gallon Carts
After weeks of soliciting input and mulling options, the Newport City Council appears poised to approve a new, $1.7 million per-year contract with Waste Management for trash and recycling services that will deliver new 64-gallon bins to residents and usher in automated waste collection.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
State lawmaker's husband pleads guilty in fraud
The husband of a Rhode Island state lawmaker has pleaded guilty to federal charges of credit card and social security fraud.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Russell Moore: Mattiello was Correct Choice
Trust me; the new boss is not the same as the old boss. At least that's the case here in Little Rhody where Nicholas Mattiello completed his meteoric rise in Rhode Island politics where he went from winning a breathtakingly close election in 2006 to becoming House Speaker in 2014.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Should RI Ban Plastic Bags at Grocery Stores?
State lawmakers are considering a bill that would ban plastic bags at grocery stores and retail shops.
Don't Miss the Holy Cross Church Easter Bake Sale
'LA FESTA DI PASQUA' BAKE SALE - Palm Sunday Weekend LET THE WOMEN OF OUR PARISH DO YOUR EASTER BAKING The women of the Holy Cross Church Guild are hosting their annual Palm Sunday Bake Sale in the Church Hall on Palm Sunday weekend.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
MUSIC: An Interview with Mike Love of the Beach Boys
In less than 10 days, The Beach Boys arrive at the Park Theatre in Cranston and original member Mike Love can't wait to spread the good vibes.
The seat of power
On Friday, March 21, agents from the FBI, IRS, and Rhode Island State Police entered both House Speaker Gordon Fox's office at the State House and his home on Providence's East Side.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Newporters! It's Time to Sign Up for One of Many Earth Day Litter Cleanups
Sick of seeing litter and debris clogging city streets, parks and the shore? Now that the snow is gone and March winds kicked everything around, garbage is everywhere.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Michael Riley: Taveras and Polisena No-Shows at Pension Commission
Some readers would say that I am singularly focused on the issue of municipal finance and the financial condition of our cities and towns.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Roller rink puts late skate enthusiast's gear on display
Moonlight Rollerway is memorializing a longtime patron who had a big pair of roller skates and an even bigger passion for the sport.
Gallison to Head House Finance Committee
House Speaker Nicholas A. Mattiello has appointed Rep. Raymond E. Gallison Jr. chairman of the House Finance Committee.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Evening Dedicated To Our Veterans' set for second year
DEDICATED TO OUR VETERANS: For the second year, a May 17 event will raise money to provide additional assistance to veterans served at the Providence VA Medical Center.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
Brothers Team Up to Break Boards for Hemophilia Awareness
Not all three of the Pezzillo brothers have hemophilia, but they stand united in raising awareness about the chronic condition that can cost hundreds of thousands per year per patient to treat and manage.
Lawmaker confident in bid for Rhode Island speaker
Rhode Island Democratic House Majority Leader Nicholas Mattiello, right, speaks to the media Sunday, March 23, 2014, in Providence, R.I. Mattiello is seeking the speaker of the House position after Gordon Fox Fox relinquished it Saturday following twin raids Friday at his Statehouse office and home, as part of a criminal investigation.
The Smithfield Herald
County to walk for its health
The Public Health Department will hold its fourth annual Walk for Health Saturday, April 5, on the Buffalo Creek Greenway in Smithfield.