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For the neediest kids

November 30, 2011

WOONSOCKET — An old textile mill on Mendon Road was briefly transformed yesterday into a busy shipping zone for one of the state’s largest holiday toy drops for the needy.
The floor of the Bonin Spinning plant was jammed with pallets stacked high with cardboard boxes filled with new action figures, dolls and games donated by Pawtucket-based toymaker Hasbro Inc.

Where do all the ex-cons go?

November 30, 2011

WARWICK — Crimes are bound to occur and people will inevitably be arrested for committing criminal acts. But what happens to those convicted of crimes when they have met the terms of the prison sentences a judge has given them?
That question was the focus of a summit of government and community leaders at the Crown Plaza Hotel Tuesday that aired concerns over public safety and the rights of released prison inmates to restart their lives in the community.

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