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Mencuccis complete the history of Glocester via 3rd documentary

October 20, 2012

GLOCESTER – Some say they worked the land. Others say the land worked them.
Survival wasn’t for the faint of heart among the grist-millers, farmers, cider-pressers and others who labored in the town’s earliest and most primitive enterprises, says historian Betty Mencucci.
Their stories unfold in vivid detail in episode three of “West of the Seven Mile Line – A History of Glocester.” It’s the latest – and last – in the Seven Mile series of documentary videos on the town’s history that Mencucci and her husband, Carlo, began working on five years ago.

ALL CLEAR! 2 school bldgs. ready for other uses

October 20, 2012

WOONSOCKET – The school department’s efforts to prepare two of its school buildings for return to the city for possible conversion to new uses appear to be moving forward.
School Department Facilities Director Peter Fontaine said Friday that the Second Avenue Elementary School has been emptied of all of its contents and is awaiting a final vote by the School Committee to turn the building back to city control.

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