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Middle school items to be auctioned off

November 23, 2010

WOONSOCKET – They say money talks, and with any luck, it will settle the controversy over the worth of the abandoned contents of Woonsocket Middle School in 10 days.
That's when a Boston company will auction off the massive collection of property left behind by the Woonsocket Education Department when the building was turned over to the city.
Personnel from Sullivan & Sullivan Auctioneers is already in the Park Place building sorting the varied inventory in preparation for the auction, said company president Marianne Sullivan.

Kilmartin announces his transition team

November 23, 2010

PROVIDENCE – Attorney General-elect Peter Kilmartin announced the creation of his transition committee, which will help maintain and recruit the top legal talent at the Office of Attorney General while providing policy recommendations.

PAWTUCKET – The first time players pick up a bat, they are instructed to swing nice and...
(Editor's note: this article first appeared in the April 11, 2015 edition of the Woonsocket...
LINCOLN  –  For Lincoln High head coach Tim Potter, it’s a necessary...
NORTH SMITHFIELD – Julia Cloutier, an 18-year-old senior at North Smithfield High School, had a general sense of the...
UXBRIDGE – Voters at the Special Town Meeting on May 12 will be asked to approve a plan to build a new central fire...
WOONSOCKET – A city man was ordered held without bail at the state prison Wednesday following his arrest on arson...

 

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