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OES: Supporting community, becoming better people

March 4, 2012

Jan M. McIntyre-Ba joined the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls, a Masonic youth service organization, when she was 12 years old.
Her mother, Frances, had also been a Rainbow Girl, and her grandfather was a Mason, so Freemasonry, the oldest fraternal organization in the world, was something she was intimately familiar with even at a young age.

POLICE PROMOTION

March 4, 2012

After being promoted to Woonsocket police sergeant, Matthew Richardson has his new badge pinned on him by his girlfriend, Holly Landry, during a swearing-in ceremony at police headquarters Friday. Richardson, who joined the department in 2004, holds multiple commendations for his police work.

School audit numbers to be released Monday

March 4, 2012

WOONSOCKET – City officials will be releasing the findings of an ongoing mid-year audit of school department spending when the City Council meets for a work session Monday evening.
Council President John F. Ward invited members of the School Committee to the session while speaking at the School Committee's meeting at the Hamlet Middle School this past Wednesday.

WOONSOCKET — Mount St. Charles will conduct a town-hall forum that centers on sportsmanship...
PAWTUCKET -- The final shot signified the astounding turnaround the Lincoln High girls'...
EXETER – Exeter/West Greenwich football coach Mike Watters has developed a good...
WOONSOCKET – Local residents and educators once again called on the City Council Monday night to take action against a...
CUMBERLAND – Mayor Daniel J. McKee will be able to leave office in January knowing that savings from his work to revise...
WOONSOCKET – Freshman Councilman Garrett Mancieri became the fourth elected official to face an ethics complaint in...

 

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