Administration credited for landing Ardent Displays

3 additional firms to locate in Woonsocket
WOONSOCKET - Just 11 days after announcing the beginning of her long-sought improvements at World War II Memorial Park, Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt took to the podium at the Harris Hall to announce Tuesday morning that four new businesses would be moving to the city. Most notably, the long-vacant and... more

Department of Transportation plans to advertise 'Bridge Park,' detention basin this winter

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PAWTUCKET - Officials from the Rhode Island Department of Transportation say they're nearly done designing a new recreational park and detention basin near the Pawtucket River Bridge, and should be ready to put both projects out to contractors sometime this winter. DOT spokeswoman Rose Amoros told... more
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Town Hall shocked, bewildered by CPA's findings

But Nicholson stands firm: 'The paper trail tells the story'
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NORTH SMITHFIELD - On Tuesday, Oct. 7, says Finance Clerk Karen Bernardino, she spent hours digging through piles of nine-year-old... more

In Cumberland, council seats, local questions to be decided

CUMBERLAND - The town's 25,696 registered voters may cast ballots in state and local races at one of 13 polling places as early as 7... more

Plenty of work on busy Smithfield ballot

SMITHFIELD - Next Tuesday, Nov. 4, nearly 16,000 registered voters in Smithfield will have the opportunity to vote for a slate of... more

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