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Hodgson challenges Kilmartin for AG

January 14, 2014

PROVIDENCE – State Sen. Dawson Hodgson began his bid for the attorney general’s office Tuesday by taking the offensive, attacking incumbent Peter Kilmartin for his role in the 38 Studios debacle, the Deepwater Wind energy project, pension reform litigation, and the early release from prison of Woonsocket thrill killer Alfred Brissette.

Hodgson also outlined what he called “an aggressive and timely legislative agenda” for what will be his last year in the Senate, including everything from mandatory prison sentences for possessing illegal firearms to an aerial drone privacy policy.

Cylke to step down as Pawtucket school superintendent

January 14, 2014

PAWTUCKET — Just after delivering positive news about improved graduation rates, Schools Superintendent Deborah Cylke shook up a routine School Committee meeting Tuesday night with a bombshell announcement: that she planned to retire as of June 30.

“It has been my privilege and pleasure to serve you,” Cylke told the members of the School Committee at the first regular meeting of the new year. She also pledged that they would have “110 percent of my effort” between now and when she leaves at the end of the school year.

For full story, see Page 1 of Wednesday's Times.

THIS JUST IN: Dumpster diving leads to bust

January 14, 2014

LINCOLN – A Pawtucket man and a Providence man face larceny charges after they allegedly went Dumpster diving for scrap metal at a local scrap metal company, according to police.
Shawn Sawyer, 46, of Knowles Street, Pawtucket, and Tony Curtis Rowland, 49, of Washington Street, Providence, were taken into custody on charges of attempted larceny under $1,500 following an investigation of a Jan. 5 incident, according to police. Read the full story in Tuesday's edition of The Times.

 

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