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NEW 'GENERAL' IN TOWN

June 2, 2012

Roger Lapierre, left, president of Li'l General Stores, welcomes Noor Memon, Roshan Baral and Ruksana Surti, from left, as owners of the new Li'l General Store, located at 259 Front St. in Lincoln during a Grand Opening celebration Thursday. Memon and Surti are co-owners of the building and Baral is leasing the store franchise. The hours of

McJennett replaces Flanders as C.F. receiver

June 2, 2012

CENTRAL FALLS – Saying it heralds a “new period in Central Falls’ recovery,” Gov. Lincoln Chafee has appointed John F. McJennett III, as the city’s new receiver, replacing the controversial Robert Flanders.
McJennett is the former executive director of DEPCO (Rhode Island Depositors Economic Protection Corporation), the state’s response to the credit union crisis in 1991.

127 earn diplomas at BMR

June 2, 2012

BLACKSTONE – As they said goodbye to Blackstone-Millville Regional High School Friday evening, 127 members of the Class of 2012 had plenty to think about as they sat in front of the school's entrance with their family members and teachers nearby.
Yes, as they would be told by the speakers coming to stand before them, they had worked hard to get to graduation night and learned many things at BMR that they would take with them into college, military service or future work careers.

174 graduate from Bellingham High

June 2, 2012

BELLINGHAM — On a breezy, cool Friday evening, 174 Bellingham High School Blackhawks completed 13 years of formal schooling and did it with class and style.
"One of the greatest joys as an educator and a parent is to watch children grow and witness their accomplishments and realize their goals," School Supt. Edward L. Fleury said at Friday's 74th commencement exercises to honor the Class of 2012 graduating seniors.

Budget Commission seeks fast-track of state aid

June 2, 2012

WOONSOCKET – As expected, one of the newly seated Woonsocket Budget Commission’s first official deeds was to ask the state to hand over some $3.1 million in school aid to the cash-strapped Woonsocket Education Department nearly a month sooner than it was due.
It’s still not enough to get the WED through its last pay period of the year, on June 29, and the panel will go back to the drawing board on Tuesday to reassess its options.

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CUMBERLAND – Town Councilman Manuel N. DaCosta left no doubt Thursday morning that town plans to place a new public...
WOONSOCKET – An 18-year-old city man faces a felony assault charge after he allegedly attacked a local police officer...
WOONSOCKET – Members of the International Association of Firefighters Local 732 voted Friday to ratify a collective...

 

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