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Archive - Jun 29, 2013

Burrillville runs away with it, tops Bernon 13-6

June 29, 2013

BURRILLVILLE -- During the regular season, Burrillville Little League doesn’t allow its pitchers to throw curveballs, and that remains baffling to All-Stars’ skipper Bob Gelinas.

Still, he took great measures to prepare his mound staff for the start of the R.I. District IV Major Division (11-12) All-Star Tournament at Sherman Park’s Rymanski Field on Saturday afternoon.

Back bear spotted in North Smithfield

June 29, 2013

NORTH SMITHFIELD — A large black bear was seen in the area of Old Oxford Road, Pound Hill Road and Stoney Drive at around 8 p.m. Friday, according to local police.
Residents are advised to use caution during outdoor events and are urged not to approach or attempt to feed the bear. Residents can call DEM at 401-222-3070 with any reports of sightings.

Application process to purchase Landmark is complete

June 29, 2013

WOONSOCKET – Just two days after Mayor Leo T. Fontaine excoriated them for dragging their feet, state regulators announced late Friday they’ve deemed Prime Healthcare Services’ application to buy Landmark Medical Center complete.
Under the Hospital Conversions Act, the Office of the Attorney General (RIAG) and the Rhode Island Department of Health (HEALTH) now have up to 120 days to decide whether to allow the sale of the struggling hospital to go through.

City, five unions reach contract agreements

June 29, 2013

WOONSOCKET – In a milestone for its five-year solvency plan, the Budget Commission ratified collective bargaining agreements with five labor unions representing teachers, education paraprofessionals, City Hall workers, public works crews and others on Friday.
The mood was celebratory but restrained as the panel voted to approve agreements that represent millions of dollars in savings to the nearly-bankrupt city through 2017.

MAD ABOUT SCIENCE

June 29, 2013

CUMBERLAND — The Summer Reading Program held at the public library got off to a great start on Thursday, June 27, when a “Mad Scientist” amazed an audience of children with her presentation on the Earth’s composition and the scientific method.
“Cyclone Cindy” Brunelle captured the children’s attention with demonstrations of geysers, volcanoes, inertia, and much more.
The young scientists even got to take home small rocks and minerals as tokens of their experiences.

WOONSOCKET -- The opening game was one to erase from the memory bank. The next three showed why...
SCITUATE --- One third of its way through its Division II-North schedule, North Smithfield is...
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WOONSOCKET – The latest plan to resurrect full-day kindergarten is more taxpayer-friendly than ever and no longer...
WOONSOCKET – A man who was using a GPS device to hunt down his missing cellphone was threatened with a handgun after he...
BURRILLVILLE — Given that they have little or no experience in carpentry or the construction trades, the members of six...

 

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