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CENTRAL FALLS — If you haven’t noticed yet, the Central Falls Landing has a new, rather extravagant addition, and – according to Mayor James Diossa and Blackstone Valley Tourism Council President/CEO Bob Billington – it’s reminiscent of the iconic Hollywood sign on the hill outside that sout…

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Pawtucket– With the incoming winter months, the City of Pawtucket has provided rules for a snow ban parking advisory that will take effect in the event of a snowstorm, including a list of public parking locations where residents may leave their vehicles while on-street parking bans remain in…

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PROVIDENCE – Sen. Sandra Cano (D-Dist. 8, Pawtucket) will be appointed chairperson of the Senate Committee on Education for the 2021-2022 session, Senate President Dominick J. Ruggerio announced at a Senate Democratic Caucus last week.

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CENTRAL FALLS – Maria Rivera is poised to succeed James Diossa as the next mayor of Central Falls, capturing 73 percent of the votes cast on Tuesday, though not all precincts had reported as of press time.

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PAWTUCKET — Adrienne Marchetti has what she describes as “COVID fatigue.” It’s a side effect that no medical professional can diagnose, but it’s run her ragged.

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PAWTUCKET – 2020 may be the kind of year that has us wanting to hide from the rest of society, but the carefree expression of the dog that will grace the cover of the 2021 City of Pawtucket calendar shows that next year is bound to be better than this one.

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PAWTUCKET – The City Council’s City Property Committee is set to vote Thursday on a 50-year ground lease agreement between the city and Fortuitous Partners for two pieces of riverfront land that could soon become the home to a $300 million mixed-use development featuring a soccer stadium, re…

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PAWTUCKET – Woodlawn business owner, City Council Sergeant at Arms, and Ghanaian immigrant Ama M. Amponsah will soon represent the neighborhood she’s called home for more than 30 years, as Amponsah narrowly won the City Council District 5 primary recount over fellow Democrat Janie Lee Segui …

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PAWTUCKET – In a school year that’s sure to be anything but normal, the Boys and Girls Club of Pawtucket is looking to offer local youths a bit of structure and routine this fall, announcing the opening of numerous school-day programs for pre-teens and teenagers at the Alfred Elson, Jr. Clubhouse.

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LINCOLN – It was a great day to be on Great Road Saturday, as 300 years of history came to life, reopening many landmarks to visitors for the first time since shutting down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, allowing many guests to take a step back in time – albeit in a safe, socially-distanced manner.

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PAWTUCKET – Mayor Donald R. Grebien this week told the City Council he plans to file a lawsuit over the Rhode Island Department of Revenue’s decision that one of the properties owned by Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island is no longer eligible for payment in lieu of taxes under state laws.

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EAST PROVIDENCE – A rabid coyote apprehended in East Providence last week is only the third coyote in Rhode Island to test positive for the rabies virus since 1994, according to city animal control officials.