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Joel Mathews to retire for good

May 3, 2011

WOONSOCKET — Longtime Planning Director Joel D. Mathews has retired — again. But this time it looks like it’s the real deal.
He made his intentions plain in a letter forwarded to Mayor Leo T. Fontaine last week, two days after clearing out his office, co-workers said.
“Upon this occasion of my retirement, I would like to issue a very public thank you,” Mathews said in the letter, which was released to the press on Monday. “I believe I've been very fortunate to have held the very best job in Woonsocket.”

Woman arrested in DUI death

May 3, 2011

WOONSOCKET – A 21-year-old city woman faces a charge of driving under the influence, death resulting, following a single-vehicle accident on Mendon Road early Monday.
Dakota McKenna of 233 North Main Street is charged in the death of Antonio Williams, 20, whose last address was listed as 232 Morin Heights, according Lt. Eugene Jalette, a police department spokesman.
Police arriving at the area of 1144 Mendon Road near Theresa Street at 1:46 a.m. found a 1997 Ford Taurus had struck a telephone pole at the location, Jalette said. Williams was pronounced dead at the scene.

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