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Archive - Aug 2, 2012

McGair: It makes all the sense in the world for Tamburro, Boggs to enter I.L. Hall of Fame together

August 2, 2012

PAWTUCKET — You really have to reach a certain age before taking part in some deep-rooted retrospection. Trying to size up life’s journey along the way is simply too tall an order, not to mention how distracting it can be from the pursuit of reaching what each individual interprets as the zenith.

Schools hand in $66.6 million budget

August 2, 2012

WOONSOCKET — The School Department and state Department of Education on Thursday handed the Budget Commission an updated 2012-2013 budget for local schools of $66.6 million that represents a $3.3 million reduction from earlier projections for the department.
The changes resulting in the projected reduction include the elimination of about 18 teaching and support staff positions, the closing of the Fifth Avenue Elementary School and the movement of $561,000 in capital spending out of the school budget.

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Pamela R. Ducharme

August 2, 2012

Pamela R. Ducharme

BURRILLVILLE- Pamela R. Ducharme 49, resident of Burrillville passed away on July 31, 2012 at RI Hospital.
She was the loving wife of Andre Ducharme.
She was born in Woonsocket RI, a daughter of the late Armand & Therese (Guerard) Trudeau.
Pamela worked as a CNA and Med Tech for the Trinity Health Center in Woonsocket. She was a professional arm wrestler, and also enjoyed crocheting, knitting, gardening and playing cards.

Monument gets spruced up; city ready to respond

August 2, 2012

WOONSOCKET — Just in time for another round of public scrutiny, the World War I monument at the center of a simmering constitutional feud with a Wisconsin atheist group has gotten a makeover worthy of prime time.
The once-disintegrating masonry has been restored, the brass plaque bearing the names of the war dead has been professionally spiffed up, and the cross at the heart of the dispute gleams whiter than ever.

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Vose aids in high school makeover

August 2, 2012

WOONSOCKET — When students return to Woonsocket High School on Aug 29 they are going to find some areas of school to be brighter and newer looking thanks to the help of a local business.
Chet Chomka, the manager and owner of Vose True Value Hardware at 849 Cumberland Hill Road had made a point of letting local schools know about the True Value Foundation's “Painting a Bright Future” grant program last fall. Chomka was thrilled to learn earlier this year that Woonsocket High School was among 100 schools selected nationwide to win the award of 40 gallons of paint under the program.

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