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SNAP debate puts city store in the spotlight

April 3, 2013

rolivo@woonsocketcall.com
WOONSOCKET – It was deja vu all over again for Miguel Pichardo as the cyclical wave of first-of-the-month SNAP shoppers washed over his tiny ethnic market on Arnold Street.
The April 1 sell-a-thon was the first since the Washington Post, a month ago, used International Market as the springboard for a disturbingly blunt expose of the critical role the SNAP program plays in propping up the city’s ailing economy.

Police ID couple in murder-suicide

April 3, 2013

Jfitzgerald@woonsocketcall.com
CUMBERLAND – Police Tuesday identified the elderly couple involved in a murder-suicide in Cumberland on Easter Sunday as Roland R. and Maria R. Bouvier, both of whom had severe health problems in recent years, according to family members.
Roland Bouvier, 73, was suffering with pain from a recent back surgery, while his 70-year-old wife was suffering from early stages of Alzheimer's disease, family members told police.

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PAWTUCKET – The weekend news of Larry Lucchino stepping down as president and CEO of the...
WOONSOCKET — A squirrel is being fingered as the culprit for a power outage that struck parts of Woonsocket early...
BURRILLVILLE — A group of town residents today picketed at the entrance of Spectra's fracked gas compressor station in...
FOSTER — The state's biggest accordion festival is also its most intimate and charming. Hosted every August for the...

 

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