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Police reinstate annual awards

November 14, 2012

WOONSOCKET — You know the old bromide about no good deed going unpunished?
Well, it’s hardly like that for the men and women in blue of the Woonsocket Police Department, but Chief Thomas Carey says police officers don’t always get the recognition they deserve for good conduct, extra effort, or honing a special talent.
That’s about to change.

Couple starts warming up; gas turned back on

November 14, 2012

WOONSOCKET — Two former city residents took steps Tuesday to get the heat back on at Kevin and Jayne Donnell’s Social Street apartment.
After reading about the couple’s difficulties in working out a longstanding NationalGrid bill for natural gas service, a former city resident now living in Columbus, Ohio, and another former resident living in Bellingham contacted The Call to see what they could do to get the couple’s apartment heated.
Both men said they wished to help the couple anonymously in the spirit of next week’s Thanksgiving holiday.

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