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Archive - Jul 7, 2012

BBA announces its scholarship recipients

July 7, 2012

BELLINGHAM — The Belling-ham Business Association (BBA) has announced this year's winners of two $1,500 scholarships. These scholarships are offered to Bellingham residents who are graduating from high school and will be going on to higher education.
One of the recipients, Maria Mendez, is a graduate of Bellingham High School and will be attending Mass Bay Community College in Wellesley, Mass. this fall to major in business.

Reeling in the fun — hook, line and sinker

July 7, 2012

BURRILLVILLE — The 28th annual Fishing Derby at Wallum Lake Rod and Gun Club took place June 9-10.
Fishing Derby Chairman Norm Fontaine, along with staff and friends from Seven Hills of Rhode Island — an affiliate of the Seven Hills Foundation — attended the Saturday portion of the event. Members from the WLRGC’s Fishing Derby Committee and volunteer members assisted the 67 participants in demonstrating their fishing skills.
Hamburgers, hotdogs, soft drinks and chips donated by the club were served.

Art thief nabbed for another artless crime

July 7, 2012

WOONSOCKET – A man whose exploits as a master art thief have been chronicled in books, magazines and newspapers for decades was arrested after an armed holdup that was anything but artful, police say.
Myles J. Connor, 69, and Suzanne King, 48, both of Blackstone, were charged with one count each of armed robbery and conspiracy after stealing a cell phone from two women with whom they were apparently acquainted.
Detective Sgt. Edward Cunanan said Connor and King used a realistic-looking toy gun to rob the women near CT Plus Convenience store on Hamlet Avenue about 4 p.m.

Waterview tax snafu subject of dispute

July 7, 2012

WOONSOCKET – City officials say they’ve learned that the owner of Waterview Apartments has been mistakenly granted a quarter million dollars’ worth of tax breaks since 2006 and now they want to be reimbursed by the owners of the Privilege Street complex.
A lawyer for Omni Privilege Limited Partnership disputes the allegations, however, saying the company received the relief with permission from the city and should continue to do so.
“We would fight any effort to collect the tax retroactively,” Robert Berkelhammer said.

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