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Cicilline, Loughlin slug it out over issues

October 19, 2010

PROVIDENCE — In a televised slugfest that remained competitive and contentious until the final bell, Democrat David Cicilline and Republican John Loughlin fought toe-to-toe over Social Security, taxes, jobs, health care and a raft of other issues Tuesday.
The two main candidates vying to succeed Democrat Patrick Kennedy as the congressman in the 1st District argued almost every issue vehemently, frequently trying to talk over each other and occasionally they had to be reined in by moderator Tim White of WPRI.

Garden of Life brings farming to Pawtucket

October 19, 2010

PAWTUCKET — As he held 10-month-old son Leland in his arms, Ken Hoffa explained why he volunteered to help the New Urban Farmers organization — not to mention members of KeepSpace, the Pawtucket Foundation and the city's Housing Authority — construct and care for the “Garden of Life” at Galego Court on Monday afternoon.

Kazarian, Harley win awards in humanities

October 19, 2010

PAWTUCKET — One of Pawtucket’s native sons and an “adopted” one from across the state line were honored Monday night by the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities.
In a ceremony at the Hope Artiste Village, city resident Richard Kazarian, a noted historian, antiques dealer and civic leader, was the recipient of the 2010 Tom Roberts Prize for Creative Achievement in the Humanities. In addition, nationally recognized, award-winning singer, songwriter and storyteller Bill Harley, of Seekonk, Mass., was given the 2010 Honorary Chairs’ Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Humanities.

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