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Critics slam plan to imprison juveniles at the ACI

Hard time
With the state planning to imprison some 17-year-old offenders at the Adult Correctional Institutions critics warn that the move could bring negative consequences.
By: IAN DONNIS  |  July 02, 2007

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How screwed are we?

Elected officials and pundits offer their take on rhode island’s budget predicament
At a time when most state budgets are flush with surpluses, Rhode Island’s fiscal house remains in disrepair.
By: IAN DONNIS  |  June 28, 2007

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Iraq War critics plan to greet Bush in Newport

Dissenting voices
Now that President Bush is finally scheduled to make a visit, members of the local peace movement hope to remind him of ongoing opposition to the war in Iraq.
By: IAN DONNIS  |  June 20, 2007

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Putting the public back in public radio

GM Joe O'Conner says WRNI will rise or fall on the support of Rhode Islanders
While he has globetrotting experience in reporting on an array of Big Stories, Joe O’Connor faces a more painstaking challenge while working from his smallish office at WRNI.
By: IAN DONNIS  |  June 12, 2007

Cicilline leads charge to replace economic development guru

Citywatch
Three years after Donald C. Eversley was ceremoniously introduced as the president of the Providence Economic Development Partnership, the partnership has moved to not renew Eversley’s contract.
By: IAN DONNIS  |  June 07, 2007

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Why isn’t Providence backing the Ship Street Canal?  
How about this idea for a new and improved Providence: using land made available by the relocation of Interstate 195, the city taps mostly federal funds to create a distinctive canal extending from the Providence River into the heart of the Jewelry District. And unlike the paths alongside the river — which attract little activity beyond WaterFire nights — the additional waterfront constituted by the canal would attract pedestrians, cafes, mixed-use buildings, and other elements of heightened day-and-night activity.
By: IAN DONNIS  |  January 28, 2010



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  Why isn’t Providence backing the Ship Street Canal?
 How about this idea for a new and improved Providence: using land made available by the relocation of Interstate 195, the city taps mostly federal funds to create a distinctive canal extending from the Providence River into the heart of the Jewelry District.
By: IAN DONNIS  |  January 28, 2010
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