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I-195 board to hold open meeting on stadium proposal Monday

April 25, 2015

PROVIDENCE — The I-195 Redevelopment District Commission, which supervises the development of land cleared by the relocation of I-195, will hold a meeting regarding the proposed construction of a baseball stadium on Monday at 4 p.m.at the R.I. Commerce Corporation office, 315 Iron Horse Way, Suite 101.

The board will hear the Pawtucket Red Sox ownership group’s proposal to buy and develop land on which it plans to build the 10,000-seat ballpark.

Wrestlers come to Glocester parade's rescue

April 24, 2015

GLOCESTER – Professional wrestlers tonight will be bodyslamming for a good cause as Power League Wrestling holds its annual Power-Fest event at Ponaganset High School to benefit the Ancients and Horribles Parade.

A family-friendly wrestling exhibition, the 23rd annual Power-Fest will feature stars from PLW, a not-for-profit independent wrestling organization, going to the mat in an effort to raise money for the yearly Fourth of July celebration.

Burrillville shop makes important case

April 24, 2015

BURRILLVILLE – Sandberg Machine, a family-owned and operated machine shop on Broncos Highway in Mapleville, has manufactured parts for jet planes, power plants and nuclear submarines. But those jobs, says machinist Don Sandberg, pale in comparison to the state-of-the-art aluminum encasements the company recently manufactured to house one of Rhode Island’s rarest and most profound historic documents: Rhode Island’s Colonial Charter of 1663.

City salutes heroism under fire

April 22, 2015

WOONSOCKET – Calling what he did a “heroic and selfless act,” Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt has presented the Woonsocket Proud Standing Strong Award to Douglas Lachance, a live-in property manager who pounded on doors to alert sleeping tenants when a three-alarm fire broke out at an Ascension Street rooming house on April 8.

At the City Council’s meeting Monday, the mayor also lauded Fire Chief Paul A. Shatraw, EMA Director Timothy Walsh, Director of Human Services Linda Plays, and all those who came together to help the displaced tenants.

Twin River plans to move Newport Grand casino to Tiverton

April 21, 2015

LINCOLN – The Twin River Casino unveiled its strategy for competing with proposed Massachusetts gaming Tuesday while announcing plans to move the Newport Grand slot operation in Newport to a new home just shy of the Massachusetts line, off Route 24 in Tiverton.

“I’m pleased to announce that Twin River has secured the rights to acquire land in Tiverton along the Massachusetts border where casinos are being proposed to compete with Rhode Island,” John E. Taylor, Jr. chairman of Twin River’s board of directors, said while providing details of the proposal during a Twin River news conference.

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