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Every picture tells a story: Exhibit captures last of trap fishermen

April 14, 2012

WOONSOCKET – The city's Museum of Work and Culture tells the story of an industry — textile manufacturing — that once was king in the Blackstone Valley but largely no longer exists as a key force in its economy.
Now, visitors to Market Square can learn about another onetime staple of the Rhode Island economy that has also seen its better days and may be following a similar path into history: trap fishing off the Rhode Island shoreline.

CATCH OF THE DAY

April 14, 2012

Trent Roderick, 8, of Woonsocket eyes this brown trout, one of the first fish caught early Saturday during the Ernest A. Carignan Jr. Memorial Fishing Derby at Cass Pond in Woonsocket. Turn to Page C-2 for more fishing photos.

Marathon veteran Chevalier returns to Boston

April 14, 2012

Maria Chevalier loves to run. She’s been doing it for nearly two-thirds of her life, starting with her years as a cross country and track standout in the early ’90s at Clear Creek High School in Idaho Springs, Col., and she’s taken part in everything from a simple 5K to a grueling 50-mile trail run.
But when it comes to the one race she enjoys running the most, the nine-year Cumberland resident won’t hesitate to give you an answer.

PAWTUCKET – Four consecutive trips to the second-season derby known as the Governors...
PAWTUCKET – Ten years have gone by since Thomas “The Souljah” Falowo first...
CUMBERLAND – Following the blueprint that has churned out plenty of athletic success in recent...
WOONSOCKET – After the Budget Commission got a rancorous lecture from Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt last week about...
WOONSOCKET – The United Veterans Council has announced that Lt. Gen. Reginald Centracchio, adjudant general...
WOONSOCKET – After hearing that The River United Methodist Church couldn’t afford to keep its lights on and appliances...

 

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