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Winter arrives early

October 29, 2011

Mike Carey is dressed for the elements as the rain turns to a heavy, wet snow just as he begins parking cars for ‘The Little Shop of Horrors’ at the Stadium Theatre on Saturday afternoon. The calendar may still say fall but a rare early nor’easter hit New England anyway.

Fontaine: City is at its tipping point

October 29, 2011

By JIM BARON

PROVIDENCE – If General Treasurer Gina Raimondo’s pension reform proposal does not pass, Woonsocket Mayor Leo Fontaine told a joint House and Senate Finance Committee hearing Thursday, his already hard-hit city would face a 12 percent tax increase just to fund the city’s pension plans.

Days numbered for former French Worsted complex

October 29, 2011

WOONSOCKET – A former textile manufacturing complex that helped put the city on the map is entering its final days before a demolition crew erases it from the Hamlet Avenue and Davison Street landscape.
City Economic Development Director Matthew Wojcik reported this week that plans are moving forward for the razing of the former French Worsted mill complex at 153 Hamlet Ave., the last buildings of a textile manufacturing operation that once filled both sides of Hamlet Avenue.

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