Skip to main content

Archive - Oct 5, 2012 - News Article

Two store owners charged in DVD piracy

October 5, 2012

WOONSOCKET – State Police, members of the Woonsocket Police Depart-ment, and agents of the Rhode Island Division of Taxation conducted raids at two city convenience stores Thursday that resulted in the arrest of the owners of the businesses, according to Colonel Steven G. O’Donnell, Superintendent of the State Police and Commissioner of the Department of Public Safety.

Giguere receives suspended sentence

October 5, 2012

WOONSOCKET – Former city employee Michelle Giguere admitted to embezzling over $7,714 from the municipal treasury during a hearing in Superior Court on Wednesday.
Magistrate Susan Kenney ordered Giguere to serve a suspended sentence of three years and to repay the money she stole.
Finance Director Thomas M. Bruce III said he was satisfied that the punishment fits the crime and praised Giguere’s co-workers for blowing the whistle on her when they suspected Giguere of mishandling money.

Concerns aired at Twin River expansion forum

October 5, 2012

LINCOLN — A Town Council forum on the expansion of Twin River into table gaming drew some concerns over the proposal Thursday evening but overall proved a favorable showcase of the casino's revenue contributions to state and local budgets.
The plus side included projections that 100 of Twin River's 900 jobs are held by local residents and another 800 by Rhode Islanders overall, and also a forecast that the expansion will create 350 new in-house jobs along with 300 others in supporting businesses.

Call launches new publication

October 5, 2012

The Call is launching a new weekly magazine entitled “Burbs,” which replaces our weekly “Neighbors.” The free publication will be mailed/delivered to non-subscribers of The Call and contain stories and sports from our communities.
“Burbs” will also include entertainment, what’s hot in the world of apps, games, songs and books, as well as a list of things to do in Providence and surrounding communities, traffic advisories, a kids’ page and the best places to dine.

WOONSOCKET – For those who concerned about Mount St. Charles’ early-season struggles...
WOONSOCKET  –  Mount St. Charles got off to a great start in its own Holiday Face...
  As is always the case following a Christmas Day full of gift-giving, unwrapping, eating...
PROVIDENCE — Woonsocket, North Smithfield and Pawtucket are among 10 communities selected to pilot a new statewide e-...
NORTH SMITHFIELD — Six Bryant University students spent a portion of their fall 2014 semester putting into practice...
WOONSOCKET – Two men were hospitalized with stab wounds, and a third was detained for questioning after an altercation...

 

Premium Drupal Themes by Adaptivethemes