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City opens season for skating, shopping

Along with freezing temperatures, winter also brings a host of festive holiday activities to Providence. The Bank of America City Center, Providence's downtown outdoor skating rink located next to Kennedy Plaza and Burnside Park, opened Nov. 21. The rink is open 10 a.m. Monday through Friday and 11 ...


Key swing state wins pave Obama's path to re-election

President Obama strung together key swing state victories in Tuesday's election to win a second term as president of the United States, bringing to a close over a year of turbulent campaigning. Going into the election, polls showed a dead heat between Republican challenger Mitt Romney and Obama, though ...


America abroad: The U.S. election on the world stage

When the American public elected Barack Obama to serve as the 44th President Nov. 4, 2008, his supporters burst into celebration - not just on the Main Green of the University's traditionally left-leaning campus and across the United States, but in the streets of Rome, Paris, Geneva, Hong Kong, Jakarta ...

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Rep. Cicilline '83 wins congressional primary

Rhode Island voters cast their ballots yesterday in the state primaries to determine the nominees for the Nov. 6 general elections. Given the state's leftward leaning, most of the hotly-contested races were between Democrats vying for their party's nomination. In some cases, Democrats selected in yesterday's ...

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U. raises payments to city in budget deal

After months of tense negotiations, then-president Ruth Simmons and Providence Mayor Angel Taveras joined state and local leaders May 1 to announce an agreement on the University's payments to the city. Under the new agreement, which was spurred by Providence's fiscal crisis, the University will pay ...

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