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Raimondo Formally Announces Her Candidacy For Governor

Rhode Island - With a long list of proposals, the Rhode Island General Treasurer Gina Raimondo formally announced her candidacy for governor during a rally on Monday from Pawtucket Hope Artiste Village . The Democrat was accompanied by dozens of supporters , including several politicians and Latino leaders and promised to work to improve the highways and schools and a new approach to improving the sluggish economy of the state. She told the audience that she supports tougher penalties for firearms and higher minimum wage laws. While several firefighters arrived to protest to demand of the Raimondo pension reform of…
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Fung Discusses Fatal Accident As A Teenager

Rhode Island - One of the leading candidates for governor of Rhode Island announced that he was responsible for a fatal accident 25 years ago. The Republican Mayor Allan Fung of Cranston, who gave these statements to Providence Journal and convened a press conference, said that he was an 18 year old college student in 1989 when he lost consciousness when he was driving and hit James W. Skipper Jr., 41, of Pawtucket, who was changing a tire on I-95, taking his life. Fung said a grand jury declined to charge him and was later able to remove any record…
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Brown Student Was Found In Massachusetts

Dana Dourdeville Massachusetts - After 12 days of searching for a missing Brown University student, the effort culminated Sunday when the sea revealed a corpse which was later identified as Dana Dourdeville, 21. According to Falmouth police, the body was found by a volunteer who participated in the search in the area of ​​Penzance Point. Dourdeville was reported missing on December 31 after he left in his kayak to hunt ducks. The boat was found in the area of ​​Buzzards Bay. The State Medical Examiner of Massachusetts will conduct the autopsy. Estudiante de Brown fue encontrado en Massachusetts Massachussetts  -…
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Waiver for the NECAP

Rhode Island - Some Rhode Island students who have secured admission to 2 or 4 year universities or colleges need not be subjected to the New England Common Assessment Program (NECAP) to ensure they receive their high school diplomas . This was announced by a Rhode Island Education Department spokesperson, adding that it has provided information and guidance to school superintendents last January 3 who may now issue waivers for NECAP tests starting with students graduating this year.
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Chase Ends With Truck Embedded In A House

Rhode Island - Providence police are investigating a possible hit and run that ended with a car embedded in a building on the corner of Holden and Orms early Sunday. The police report indicates that the driver of one of the cars, alleged victim of the hit and run, was pursuing the other driver that fled in the vehicle, and finally lost control and crashed into the house. No injuries have been reported.
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