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RI targets human trafficking

October 24, 2011

PROVIDENCE — Like any other commodity, sex would not be sold if there was no one to buy it.
That’s why the RI Coalition Against Human Trafficking (RICAHT) is pointing an accusatory finger at men who patronize prostitutes as the real source of suffering and degradation.

McGair: World Series still rules (for some of us)!

October 24, 2011

Some quick-hitting observations/notes to pass along …
It almost never fails. Every time a major sporting event fails to reel in the viewing public, there’s some sort of announcement bemoaning how interest is down.

Bronco booters await big test on Wednesday

October 24, 2011

BURRILLVILLE – Over-confident? Thinking too far ahead?
Walking off the field, Burrillville high coach Amy Carbone couldn’t come up with a reason why her talented squad was simply overpowered by its Division III opponent.
That game was more than a month ago – a 5-0 defeat to Middletown on Sept. 19.
Since that defeat and the three games before it, it has been nothing but smooth sailing for the Lady Broncos. After its latest victory, a 11-0 Senior Day rout of Davies Tech on Monday afternoon, Burrillville improved its league record to 14-1-0.

Thomas F. Pryor

October 24, 2011

Thomas F. Pryor

CUMBERLAND- Thomas F. Pryor, 76, of England Street, passed away Sunday in the Miriam Hospital, Providence. He was the husband of the late Maralyn (Duprey) Pryor.
Born in Cumberland, he was the son of the late Joseph and Elsie (McKee) Pryor. He was a life-long resident of Cumberland.
Mr. Pryor was the owner and operator of Pryor's Super Service Gas Station Garage (formerly McKee's Super Service) for over 15 years, and later was a Custodian for the Cumberland School Department for 13 years until his retirement in 1996.

Benjamin A. Mikulsky

October 24, 2011

Benjamin A.
Mikulsky

UXBRIDGE- Benjamin A. Mikulsky, 92, of Uxbridge passed away Fri. Oct. 21, 2011 at home. He was the husband of 63 years to Doris C. (Leduc) Mikulsky who died in 2010.
He was born in Malden on March 31, 1919 the son of the late John and Nellie (Humunski) Mikulsky.

SPECIAL GUEST

October 24, 2011

U.S. Marine Spc. Kristopher Gates, 21, spoke to Mount St. Charles Academy students last Wednesday about his experiences as a member of the 1st Recon Battalion serving in Afghanistan. Gates and his father, Ken Gates (in the background wearing a cap) came to the school to thank students and teachers, including Ruth Lepre and Barbara Ferrer, for sending letters and care packages to servicemen and women as part of the school's "Soldier Drive" program.

First Lady Stephanie Chafee to speak in Woonsocket Thursday

October 24, 2011

WOONSOCKET — Rhode Island’s First Lady Stephanie Chafee will be visiting Woonsocket Thursday at a public forum at the Woonsocket Harris Public Library entitled “Women, Health Disparities and HIV/STI Prevention: Building Healthy Communities and Families in Rhode Island.”
The forum will be held from 9 a.m. to noon at the library, 303 Linton Ave.

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BURRILLVILLE — Given that they have little or no experience in carpentry or the construction trades, the members of six...

 

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