Alamance Community College is asking voters to approve $39.6 million for new buildings and improvements to campus. Reporter Jessica Williams gets into the details there, and also talks about the proposed ABSS high school and what would happen to Cummings and Graham (No: They aren't closing!).
Rhode Island Foundation head Neil Steinberg announces $3.6 million in health-equity grants. Health department Executive Director Ana Novais and Progreso Latino chief Mario Bueno also discuss the importance.
Arlington's Town Counsel Doug Heim addressed concerns a proposed pair of houses at 47 Spy Pond Lane would set a precedent for future development as the Arlington Conservation Commission conducted a public hearing about the proposed buildings.
Attorney Elizabeth Pyle spoke to the Arlington Conservation Commission on behalf of abutters on Spy Pond Lane as the commission conducted a public hearing about a proposed pair of houses at 47 Spy Pond Lane.
Why is Jack Black the new king of kiddie horror? Why does Drew Goddard need 2 1/2 hours to ape '90s Tarantino? And what Netflix series is entirely about feces? Find out as former video clerks Andrew and Sam review their most recently-watched movies! Included: Goosebumps 2, Bad TImes at the El Royal, Smallfoot, Hal, The House With a Clock in its Walls, American Vandals, Beast, and more.
As Mayor Joseph Polisena watched from his official car, town animal control officer Richard Starnino pulled alongside the turkey. Through the window, Starnino aimed a special contraption borrowed from the Rhode Island SPCA that fires a humane net to safely snare prey.
The turkey stared back defiantly, literally feet away.
EDGE Editor Jane Murphy interviews Esposito in her Durham home about her new book, her upcoming event at Tuscan Kitchen in Portsmouth on Oct. 25 and her long career as host of 'Ciao Italia,' her PBS cooking show now in its 28th season.