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November 30th

Homeless shelter pushed to capacity

November 30, 2010

WOONSOCKET — For the last seven years, Senior Pastor Gene Giguere and his fellow members of the Harvest Community Church at 60 North Main Street have been able to follow their Christian faith and help someone in need.
The church has provided shelter to a number of homeless men who might otherwise have spent long, cold nights outdoors during the winter. The church’s second-floor Sanctuary Ministry shelter opens each Nov. 1 and runs until March.

November 29th

Officials to meet over school funding formula

November 29, 2010

WOONSOCKET — A bevy of city officials and state legislators will gather in the middle school cafeteria tomorrow as they try to cook up a fresh recipe for the fair funding of education.
After all, says Schools Supt. Robert Gerardi, the first batch served up by the General Assembly isn't going down too easy.

November 26th

EARLY-BIRD SPECIAL - Shoppers get up in wee hours for Black Friday

November 27, 2010

LINCOLN – Don't believe everything you read.
That was no flat-screen TV in the box, like the label said. That was Alex Camperone's trophy.
It was his prize for spending most of a drizzly and raw, post-Thanksgiving night waiting outside the Target store at Lincoln Mall.
Those other folks in a line of customers that snaked halfway around the mall, waiting, along with Camperone, for the store to open – they were Camperone's rivals in a hungry quest for doorbuster bargains.

November 26th

SHOW & TELL - Culture Day focuses on students’ ethnic backgrounds

November 26, 2010

WOONSOCKET – Sometimes school work can be fun. Especially if that school work is a project that allows students to tell about their family history and ethnic backgrounds.
Ousamequin Martinez, a middle school sixth grader, found that out while working on his cluster’s Culture Day Exhibit at the Villa Nova Street building.
Students could complete an essay as part of their project assignment or work on preparing a meal item that members of their family would have offered in their ethnic homeland.

November 25th

Area fire departments upgrade their equipment

November 25, 2010

WOONSOCKET – Area EMTs have a new set of tools to assist them in responding to medical emergencies, following a round of training sessions on the latest protocols and standards issued recently by the Department of Health.
The new state guidelines that went into effect Nov. 1 allow trained and certified EMS Cardiac responders to apply higher level life support techniques when assisting patients with difficulty breathing, heart attack and other life-threatening medical conditions, according to Woonsocket Fire Department EMS Coordinator Steven Encarnation.

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

November 25, 2010

Brittany Paulhus of Blackstone stocks fresh turkeys on jam-packed shelves yesterday at the Park 'n Shop Supermarket in Blackstone. "It tops last year," she said. "It's been busy in here all morning."

November 23rd

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.

November 21st

Lincoln seniors get new facility

November 21, 2010

LINCOLN — With the first public unveiling of the edifice to be called only “The Center,” Town Administrator T. Joseph Almond and State Rep. Mary Ann Shallcross Smith called Saturday morning a glorious moment for Lincoln.
It was easy to tell by the glow in the eyes of 89-year-old Gladys McKee that she heartily agreed.
McKee, a former Cumberland resident who now calls Lincoln home, relaxed in the main lobby of the state-of-the-art, 11,000 square-foot facility — following a ceremony attracting perhaps 200 – and reveled in its beauty.

November 20th

Soup kitchen founder grateful for all the community support

November 20, 2010

WOONSOCKET – Pat Dempster is busy getting ready for next week’s holiday dinner at the Because He Lives Soup Kitchen on Blackstone Street but she’s not too pressed to say thank you to the kitchen’s long-time benefactors.
The benefactors were out in force at Terry’s Tire and Auto at Monument Square recently and once again generated a significant boost of support for the kitchen’s annual operating costs.

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