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Northmen swinging for D-III tennis title

May 4, 2013

NORTH SMITHFIELD – Division III championship or bust.

That’s the goal for this spring’s North Smithfield tennis team. Return to the finals on May 25 at Slater Park – and win. It’s as simple as that.

Going undefeated during the regular season would be nice, and so would be any other regular-season accolades awarded to any of the Northmen, but make no mistake about it – whether this season is deemed a successful one or not will be determined in the title match at the end of the month.

Students get a lesson in the law

May 4, 2013

WOONSOCKET – Jailin Alarcon, a seventh-grader at Woonsocket Middle School, didn’t know what to expect when Judge Janette A. Bertness suddenly walked over to her, grabbed a folder off her desk and started sifting through the contents.
Bertness, an associate judge of the Rhode Island Workers’ Compensation Court, and Providence attorney Jeffrey M. Biolchini, were visiting social studies teacher ToniMarie Campopiano’s students Friday as part of the school’s annual Law Day program.

Manor gets 50 assisted living units

May 4, 2013

WOONSOCKET – The question, first posed years ago, was how to make assisted living affordable, says Robert Kulik, executive director of the Woonsocket Housing Authority.
The answer arrives Monday, when the WHA opens the doors of St. Germain Assisted Living. It’s 50 units of assisted living space within St. Germain Manor, a traditional high rise for able-bodied seniors located at 429 East School St.

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