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City could move out of City Hall

August 22, 2012

PAWTUCKET — The great debate over whether to fix or remove the problematic City Hall tower has been thrown another curve with a new proposal to consolidate all city and school department administrative offices into a large commercial building at 100 Freight Street.
At Wednesday's City Council meeting, Councilor Mark Wildenhain brought up the plan and requested that a feasibility study be conducted. The council approved his request that a letter be sent to Antonio Pires, director of administration for Mayor Donald Grebien, to explore the matter.

Police seek probation violator

August 22, 2012

CENTRAL FALLS — Central Falls Police are looking for a subject wanted in connection with the violation of court ordered placement in a Gateway Healthcare Facility.
The suspect, identified as Marvin G. Reynolds, 31, was reported missing by Gateway Healthcare, Inc. on Saturday and a warrant was subsequently sought due to the volition of his parole conditions set forth under terms of his release from prison.

Gemma accuses Cicilline of voter fraud

August 22, 2012

PROVIDENCE — Painting a lurid picture of what he says is extensive and ongoing voter fraud — people being paid to vote multiple times at different polling places; votes cast in the names of dead people or those who said they would not vote in a given election; mail ballots being “bought” — Democratic congressional candidate Anthony Gemma pointed the finger of accusation directly at his primary opponent, Rep. David Cicilline.


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