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Briere, Pierel are best of the Villa Novans

June 16, 2011

WOONSOCKET — Julie Briere had an experience early in her life that is now directing what she will do next as the top student of Woonsocket High School’s Class of 2011.
Briere, Class Valedictorian, will join Jennifer Pierel, Class Salutatorian for 2011, in speaking at the school’s graduation ceremonies Friday afternoon at Barry Field, weather permitting.
Although planning to talk about her experiences as a student at the high school, Briere said this week it was her parents, Linda and Brian Briere, and her brother, Jared, 11, who played the biggest roles in her scholarly success.

Swingin' Max in need of a good home

June 16, 2011

LINCOLN — As Max, an orphaned pit bull, used his teeth to rip bark from a tree just outside the Wellington Road shelter, Animal Control Officer Louann Noreau laughed, then uttered, “I think he was a logger in his past life.
“You know, he just loves anything to do with trees,” she stated early Tuesday afternoon. “He'll climb them, swing from tree branches. If there's a tire swing around, he'll jump through the tire and swing his legs to gain momentum. He's just like a little boy.

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