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Archive - Mar 17, 2012

Soukhamthath's ready to make his mark in MMA

March 17, 2012

If Woonsocket’s Andre Soukhamthath was looking to make his first full year as a professional mixed martial arts fighter a truly exceptional one, then he’s off to a brilliant start.
The electrifying bantamweight prospect kicked off the year by picking up his first pro victory on Feb. 3 with a second-round submission of Gilvan Santos before a large gathering of local fight fans at Twin River.

City Council to consider supplemental tax bill

March 17, 2012

WOONSOCKET — The City Council has posted notice of a special meeting on Wednesday during which the panel will consider legislation empowering the city to pass a supplemental tax bill to help plug a $10 million hole in the School Department's budget.

IRISH EYES

March 17, 2012

Autumn Hughes, 5, of Cumberland, left, and Makayla Lorusso, 10, of Woonsocket, try on some St. Patrick's Day hats and beads at Party Town in Woonsocket Friday.

French Worsted demolition debris to be put to good use

March 17, 2012

WOONSOCKET – The name of John Baccaire's company is Coventry Building and Wrecking, but he will tell you his business is actually just another way to recycle.
Baccaire and his daughter, Project Manager Kim Baccaire, have been busy this winter overseeing the “recycling” of the former French Worsted Mill complex off Hamlet Avenue and have reached a milestone in the massive undertaking.

WHS students share their life-changing visit to Rwanda

March 17, 2012

By JOSEPH B. NADEAU

WOONSOCKET — They had heard the stories about the 1994 Genocide in Rwanda and had even met a survivor who visited their school a year ago.
But a group of seniors from the high school now knows just reading about a defining moment in history, or researching media coverage about it, isn't enough to give true understanding of the impact it had on those experiencing it.

CUMBERLAND – Following the blueprint that has churned out plenty of athletic success in...
PAWTUCKET -- PawSox shortstop Deven Marrero swears by a motto that proves quite handy whenever he’s...
PROVIDENCE – What started out as a conversation between Rhode Island Interscholastic League...
WOONSOCKET – The line of people, some disheveled and weary-looking, formed behind a red pickup truck that backed into a...
WOONSOCKET – After a rocky political fight that goes back months, a new era of full-day kindergarten got off to a...
WOONSOCKET – Feeding the poor: They call it God’s work at The River United Methodist Church on Federal Street. They’ve...

 

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