Archive - Feb 27, 2011
BURRILLVILLE â€“ Police in Griswold, Conn., found Denis Chartier, 56, dead in a car parked at a commuter lot off Route 395 Sunday morning. Chartier, the assistant coach of Brown Universityâ€™s womenâ€™s soccer team, had been reported missing by his family on Feb. 6. Burrillville Police put a description of his vehicle and license plate on national police database while looking for him since that time. He was last been seen by family members on the morning of Feb. 5, according to Burrillville Police Lt. Kevin S. San Antonio.
WOONSOCKET â€“ A fire in the vacant Seville Dye mill off Fairmount Street and First Avenue forced an evacuation of families from neighboring properties Sunday afternoon as firefighters fought to control the blaze.
The evacuation of First Avenue residents was a precautionary step due to the heavy smoke spilling into the neighborhood, Mayor Leo T. Fontaine said at the scene. No one was reported hurt in the incident.
LINCOLN â€“ It was rather by accident how Lincoln Prevention Coalition Coordinator Pam Shayer discovered John Mattson, a Providence-based consultant who has served as a trainer, curriculum developer and evaluation advisor for numerous U.S. groups, including the National Crime Prevention Council, Center for Civic Education and Youth Crime Watch of America.
She doesn't care.
The mysterious King Jace is revealed as Call Publisher Barry Mechanic, seated, by the 2011 Mardi Gras Queen, Amanda Corriveault (in purple) at the 17th annual Mardi Gras celebration at the CYO Club in Woonsocket Saturday night. Also in attendance are Princesses Michelle Tessier, far left, and Kali Darling, right. Read more about it in Monday's edition.