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Archive - Dec 19, 2012

City man is sentenced in firearms case

December 19, 2012

PROVIDENCE — Neftali Melendez, 26, of Woonsocket, was sentenced yesterday to 46 months in federal prison, the high end of advisory federal sentencing guidelines, for illegally selling firearms during an undercover investigation by ATF and the Woonsocket Police Department into the trafficking of firearms in Woonsocket.

Council vote puts whitetails in crosshairs

December 19, 2012

LINCOLN — Local deer could soon be the targets of hunters following a 3-2 Town Council vote allowing archery hunting as a way to reduce the town’s growing deer population.
The hunting season measure worked out by the Council’s ordinance committee came up before the five-member full panel for action without a recommendation but was approved with Council President Keith Macksoud, and council members Kenneth Pichette and Arthur Russo in favor and members James Jahnz and John Flynn opposed.

Maurice C. Neyman

December 19, 2012

Maurice C. Neyman

NORTH SMITHFIELD- Maurice C. Neyman, 82, of Great Rd., died December 19, 2012 at his home in North Smithfield. He was the husband of Florence (Carpentier) Neyman whom he married September 8, 1956.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late John and Amelia (Tasca) Neyman.
Mr. Neyman retired as an administrator for the Polaroid Company having worked there for 30 years. He was a Staff Sgt. in the United States Marine Corps serving during the Korean War. Maurice was a member of the American Legion and a former board member at Union Cemetery.

Florence E. Lozeau

December 19, 2012

Florence E. Lozeau

WOONSOCKET- Florence E. (Leclair) Lozeau , 91, of Clinton St. died Saturday December 15, 2012, in Oakland Grove Health Center, with her family by her side. She was the wife of the late Coral L. Lozeau.
Born in Woonsocket, daughter of the late Albert and Eva (McClure) Leclair.
Mrs. Lozeau worked as a meat wrapper, for the former A & P Grocery Store for several years prior to retiring.
She was a former member of the VFW Slatersville Women's Auxiliary.

How will recruiting in new league affect Friars?

December 19, 2012

PROVIDENCE – Now that the fog has dispersed and Providence College along with the rest of its Catholic school brethren have succeeded in making a clean break from the Big East, now seems as good a time as any to raise the question of just how appealing a basketball-centric conference is in the eyes of potential recruits.
To that end, PC head coach Ed Cooley feels that the Catholic Seven and the still-to-be-determined additional schools have an excellent shot to thrive and prosper due to basketball serving as the main draw at every institution.

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WOONSOCKET – A man who was hospitalized after fighting with his roommate outside a Fairmount bar on Friday died at...

 

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