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Voters weigh in on ballot measures

Today Rhode Island voters will head to the voting booths, where they will decide seven ballot measures — two constitutional amendments, one automatic ballot referral and four bond issues.   Questions 1 and 2 The ballot’s first two questions will determine the future of gambling in Rhode ...

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Elections Roundup: Oct. 15, 2014

No election law violation for Raimondo The Board of Elections ruled last Wednesday that the Rhode Island Democratic Party did not violate a state campaign finance law after it spent $90,000 of party funds on a campaign commercial for U.S. Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., that featured gubernatorial candidate ...

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Elections Roundup: Sept. 25, 2014

Block throws support behind former rival Fung for governor Just a couple weeks ago, Cranston Mayor Allan Fung won the Republican primary for governor with 55 percent of the vote, defeating his opponent Ken Block. But despite losing a heated primary that featured a negative advertising campaign against ...

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Gas leak sparks evacuation

The Providence Fire Department evacuated about 10 homes due to a gas leak at the intersection of East George Street and Ives Street Monday evening, said Fire Department Captain Robert Vincent.  The issue arose early Monday morning when a contractor working on telephone conduits damaged a water line, ...

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Paxson, Taveras to launch new Thayer St. rollout

President Christina Paxson and Mayor Angel Taveras will cut a ribbon to symbolize the official opening of the “new and improved” Thayer Street commercial district on Sept. 28 during the Festival Fete Thayer Street art festival, said Donna Personeus, executive director for the Thayer Street District ...

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Buddy Cianci declares mayoral candidacy

A supporter of former Mayor Vincent "Buddy" Cianci filed Cianci’s declaration to run for the office again Wednesday, 17 minutes before the deadline, the Providence Journal reported. Cianci served as mayor of Providence between 1975 and 1984 and again between 1991 and 2002, during which he was convicted ...

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First-gens lack increased support as numbers rise

Though a record 18 percent of students accepted into the class of 2018 will be the first in their families to attend college, the University does not plan on increasing its funding for first-generation student support, said Margaret Klawunn, vice president for campus life and student services and interim ...

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