October 13th, 2012
LINCOLN â€” A Johnston man was charged with indecent exposure/disorderly conduct in connection with an incident at the Twin River casino Wednesday afternoon.
Deputy Chief Scott W. Vincenzi reported that he was called to the casino security office for an indecent exposure incident while working a uniformed detail at about 4:25 p.m.
LINCOLN â€” You bought an E-Book reader, a Kindle or an iPad, and now youâ€™re wondering where to find something to read.
Yes, there are plenty of e-book websites to visit and buy the latest hot read for your device, but did you know there are also ways to download a book similar to checking one out from your local library?
Nancy Ross, assistant director of the Lincoln Public Library, says an increasing number of library patrons are taking advantage of the library's e-book lending program and she sees that interest as only increasing in the future as more people learn how to use the service.
NORTH SMITHFIELD â€” From top to bottom, this was North Smithfieldâ€™s best performance of the season.
Buoyed by Mike Ciceroneâ€™s first-ever start at quarterback and a defense that kept the opposition in check, North Smithfield sailed to a convincing 57-8 margin against the PCD Co-op juggernaut Saturday afternoon. The Northmen will have plenty of time to savor the lop-sided triumph as the teamâ€™s next game isnâ€™t until Friday, Nov. 2 at Smithfield.
Burrillville sophomore David Gariepy (13) is in the air for the interception against Exeter/West Greenwich during the third quarter of Saturdayâ€™s non-league encounter. The Broncos would go on to score a touchdown following Gariepyâ€™s pick. The Scarlet Knights would go on to win, 29-22. For game story and additional photos, see Sunday's print edition or click on the E-edition.
WOONSOCKET â€“ The state police arrested two city men Thursday after they allegedly attempted to sell stolen Alex and Ani bracelets on craigslist, they said.
Hector Bonilla, 26, of 104 Sayles St., Apt. 407, was charged with one count of larceny over $1,500, and Manuel Pagan, 27, of 104 Sayles St., Apt. 106, with one count of receiving stolen goods over $1,500.
Colonel Steven G. Oâ€™Donnell, the superintendent of state police, said the investigation began when detectives received information that the Alex and Ani bracelets were being sold through the popular online marketplace.
WOONSOCKET â€“ Plans for a $2.6 million overhaul of neglected World War II State Park, with new recreational facilities, are on hold until the city either assumes ownership of the park or picks up a share of the long-term operational costs of the facility.
That was the word from Janet Coit, director of the state Department of Environmental Management, during an appearance before the Budget Commission on Thursday.
William A. Steere, Jr.
BURRILLVILLE- Steere, William A., Jr., 58, of Mapleville, passed away on Thursday, October 11, 2012. He was the beloved husband of Marleene L. (Stockwell) Steere of Mapleville.
Born in Woonsocket, he was a son of William A. Steere, Sr. of Mapleville and the late Dorothy (Smith) Steere.
Elaine B. Trudeau
HANSON, MA- Elaine B. Trudeau, 66, of Hanson, MA. formerly of Woonsocket, RI, passed away on Wednesday at the Kindred Transitional Care-Sachem Center in East Bridgewater, MA.
Born July 5, 1946 in Woonsocket she was the daughter of the late Antoine & Bridget (Walkow) Trudeau.
Elaine was employed as the Registrar for the State of Massachusetts Registry of Vital Records & Statistics for many years retiring in 2005.
The high school football season will meet its halfway point this weekend, which means a large dose of non-league games and a few league matchups on the areaâ€™s docket.
Eight games make up this weekâ€™s schedule, with tonightâ€™s Division II crossover game between II-B team Cumberland and II-A squad Mount Hope in Bristol and tomorrowâ€™s Division IV duel between Central Falls and Hope in Providence highlighting the top local games.
NORTH SMITHFIELD â€” It was a simple question, and North Smithfield High head coach Jeremy Sherer responded in kind.
When asked if he was satisfied with his Northmenâ€™s 2-0 Division II victory over East Providence early Thursday evening, he stated merely, â€śNo.â€ť
He claimed he had good reason.
â€śYou know, weâ€™ve had two really good wins this year; the first one against Pilgrim, and the second against Tiverton,â€ť he elaborated. â€śTheyâ€™re both very strong teams, and when we play those types of teams, we do very well. In big games, we step it up a couple of notches.