NORTH SMITHFIELD â€“ The police arrested a North Smithfield Middle School teacher Thursday on charges of felony larceny for stealing nearly $7,000 from the School Department.
Brian Chuey, 29, of Cranston, is facing two counts of felony larceny for stealing $6,866 in cash, according to police, who released few other details.
Chuey last worked as a seventh-grade history teacher and has been employed by the school district since 2006, according to information he posted in a school-related blog.
BELLINGHAM â€“ Like bats to the Batcave, legions of Batman fans swarmed Friendly Neighborhood Comics Wednesday to celebrate the Caped Crusaderâ€™s 75th anniversary with a boatload of giveaways, including a free, special edition of Detective Comics #27, featuring a reimagining of Batmanâ€™s 1939 comic book debut.
To celebrate Batmanâ€™s diamond jubilee this year, comic shops, bookstores and libraries by the hundreds yesterday observed â€śBatman Day,â€ť a full day devoted to all things Dark Knight.
BURRILLVILLE - George DeRoy, 84, of Mohegan, passed away July 22, 2014 at the Friendly Nursing Home in Woonsocket.
He was the loving husband of Janet Mae (Piette) DeRoy.
He was born Franklin, MA son of the late George & Rhea (Henault) DeRoy.
George was a self-employed wood cutter in southern New England for man years. He was a resident of Burrillville for many years, previously living in Franklin, MA.
He is survived by two sons, John R., and Joseph L. DeRoy both of Mohegan, and a nephew, Dale Ober.
He was preceded in death by a sister Rhea "Mary" Ober.
Ann J. Levesque
BURRILLVILLE - Ann J. Levesque, 91, formally of Callahan St., Harrisville died Monday, July 21, 2014 at the Overlook Nursing Home in Pascoag. She was the wife of the late Roland Levesque. She was a lifelong Burrillville resident and a daughter of the late William & Alice (Clarke) Johnson.
CUMBERLAND -- Although Frank Geiselman has officially retired from Cumberland High School as the Clippers’ athletic director, he hasn’t fully abandoned ship just yet.
launched a new mass emergency notification system designed to alert residents of public safety threats, parking bans, dangerous weather, missing persons and other vital information.
The CodeRED system replaces another technology known as Nixle which had been in place for about two years.
â€śThis is the future,â€ť Emergency Management Director Tim Walsh told an audience of about 40 residents Tuesday at Kennedy Manor, urging them to sign up.