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Cicilline seeks City Hall office

October 2, 2011

WOONSOCKET — The City Council faces a busy agenda tonight that includes requests to lease office space at City Hall to U.S. Rep. David N. Cicilline and grant a tax deferment for a local mill building.
The office space lease was negotiated by Mayor Leo T. Fontaine and will provide the city with monthly rent of $100, according to an ordinance submitted to the council for action Monday evening in Harris Hall.

Shooting suspect back in jail after bar fight

October 2, 2011

WOONSOCKET – A man charged with shooting at an occupied car on Florida Street July 14 was back in police custody Thursday after allegedly being involved in a bar fight at Brews and Cues on Rathbun Street.
Justin R. Menard, 26, of 20 Fifth Ave., Woonsocket, was charged with felony assault with a dangerous weapon, aggravated assault, simple assault and battery and resisting arrest after he was located by police at 11:24 p.m. Thursday.

Mullaly closes book on 48-year career

October 2, 2011

MILLVILLE - Even at the young age of 11, John J. Mullaly knew a career in the fire service was probably inevitable.
His father, John J. Mullaly Sr., was a Millville firefighter, and his grandfather, John H. Mullaly, served on the department from 1925 to the 1940's, many of those years as fire chief.

CUMBERLAND – Dave Belisle promised his Cumberland American ballplayers that they would be...
PAWTUCKET – The struggles endured by Jackie Bradley Jr. at the major-league level have...
CUMBERLAND — Dave Belisle is no longer Cumberland American’s manager. He...
WOONSOCKET – Patrol officers seized heroin, cocaine and more than $2,800 in cash as two men, both with prior...
WOONSOCKET – Former U.S. Congressman Fernand J. “Freddy” St Germain, a favorite son of the city who rose from humble...
CUMBERLAND – For members of the Cumberland American Little League team it was likely a game of the ages, and Saturday...

 

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