LINCOLN â€” A Woonsocket man faces a charge of drunken driving after allegedly driving onto the wrong on-ramp to Route 116 early Saturday morning.
Patrolman Richard J. Bousquet reported responding to an accident at that location and found Dana W. Braley, 50, of Papineau Avenue, Woonsocket, sitting on the grass at the side of the vehicle, highly intoxicated.
Sonny Kelly of Gladu Wrecking and Recycling looks on as Marco Berube, operating the excavator, begins the process of demolishing the Bouvier Furniture Company building on North Main Street in Woonsocket Wednesday. The building will be completely leveled by the end of the year.
WOONSOCKET â€“ It was another year dominated by the cityâ€™s teetering financial condition, but that wasnâ€™t the only big story of 2012.
A World War I monument that most people never thought twice about â€“ if they were aware of it at all â€“ suddenly gained new notoriety when it was attacked by a Wisconsin atheist group. The governorâ€™s determination to spare an accused killer from the death penalty triggered an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. And the career of a rising political star was unexpectedly nipped in the bud.
Hereâ€™s a recap of the Top 10 from 2012, in reverse order: