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Roselli: You don’t have a voice in state legislature

BURRRILLVILLE/NORTH SMITHFIELD – Paul Roselli, candidate for Rhode Island State Senate District 23, outlined his reasons for running this week, noting that he hopes to give the district a voice and an advocate at...

Zwolenski cites support for schools in bid for town administrator

NORTH SMITHFIELD – Paul Zwolenski, candidate for town administrator, notes that the position requires experience and a multi-faceted, hands-on approach in order to assist in successfully preparing children, the future leaders of the town. "The...

Committee looks to increase voter turnout with ballot application event Sunday

BURRILLVILLE – The Burrillville Democratic Town Committee will hand out mail-in ballot applications on Sunday, Aug. 16 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. along Main Street in Harrisville, near the Harrisville Post Office and...

Osier: Actions speak louder than words

NORTH SMITHFIELD – Town administrator candidate Douglas Osier says that today’s political races seem built on false promises and candidates set on pandering to issues to please all. "While this may secure a vote, it...

Jones pledges to focus on senior issues

NORTH SMITHFIELD — Citing years of experience as a business owner focused on helping senior populations, Paul Jones, candidate for town administrator, has released his plans to improve the quality of life of North...

Candidates invited to climate change briefing

RHODE ISLAND – Touted as a means for candidates to distinguished themselves from their opponents, the Civic Alliance for a Cooler Rhode Island has announced two candidate briefings on the climate crisis in Rhode...

NRI NOW to sponsor No. Smithfield Candidate Forums in August & October

NORTH SMITHFIELD – The three candidates running for North Smithfield's top office will address resident's questions and concerns during a one-hour forum on Wednesday, Aug. 19 sponsored by Northern Rhode Island News...

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