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Questions plague defense fund for soldier’s cross memorial site

December 18, 2013

WOONSOCKET — A threatened lawsuit against the Place Jolicoeur war memorial’s location on city property sparked a controversy last year that rankled local veterans groups and spurred a fundraising drive that included the selling of replica white crosses still found at many homes around the city.

The potential for a legal challenge of the monument originally created to honor city resident William Jolicoeur following his death in France during World War I came in the form of a letter to the city from Wisconsin-based Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) in the spring of 2012.

Questions plague defense fund for soldier’s cross memorial site

December 18, 2013

WOONSOCKET — A threatened lawsuit against the Place Jolicoeur war memorial’s location on city property sparked a controversy last year that rankled local veterans groups and spurred a fundraising drive that included the selling of replica white crosses still found at many homes around the city.

The potential for a legal challenge of the monument originally created to honor city resident William Jolicoeur following his death in France during World War I came in the form of a letter to the city from Wisconsin-based Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) in the spring of 2012.

Lincoln squads sweep Mount in Div. II swim opener

December 18, 2013

WOONSOCKET — The numbers game was truly unkind to the Lincoln boys’ swim team in its one-win campaign from a winter ago, and that was clearly evident in the final weeks of the season, when the Lions were forced to go into meets with just six swimmers at their disposal.
But this season, the numbers are high for the Lions, and so are their expectations at returning to their winning ways.

Richard W. Enegren, Sr.

December 18, 2013

Richard W.
Enegren, Sr.

WRENTHAM- Richard W. Enegren, Sr. 82, of Franklin St., died peacefully, Monday December 16, 2013 at the Pond Home surrounded by his family. He was the beloved husband of Jessie Elizabeth (Garner) Enegren.
Born in Milford on April 21, 1931 the last child born to Edbury Enegren, Sr. and Sarah A. (Stobbart) Enegren, he was a lifelong Wrentham resident.
He is a graduate Bordentown Military Academy and also attended Babson Institute in Wellesley.

Forget McGruff; "Joery" takes a bite out of crime in North Smithfield

December 18, 2013

NORTH SMITHFIELD – Alert to bad guys: K9 cop Joery is on patrol, and when he takes a bite out of crime, he really does use his teeth.
And judging by the brisk wag of his tail and what appeared distinctly like the wrinkle of a smile along his canine jawline, the four-year-old Belgian Malinois seems to enjoy his work.

CUMBERLAND -- Although Frank Geiselman has officially retired from Cumberland High School...
CUMBERLAND — Even dating back to last summer, skipper Dave Belisle had a feeling his...
  BRISTOL  –  Sean Meers clubbed two homers, drove in five runs and scored...
launched a new mass emergency notification system designed to alert residents of public safety threats, parking bans,...
WOONSOCKET – A move to punt City Council President Albert G. Brien from his leadership role on the panel ended...
NORTH SMITHFIELD — When the military funeral is over, families of soldiers killed in the service of their country can...

 

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