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Introducing Woonsocket High School's best

May 20, 2012

WOONSOCKET — It takes a lot of hard work to earn top scholastic honors in high school and Justyna Pietrus certainly did that on her way to become the high school’s valedictorian for the Class of 2012.
And like Hailey Kadisevskis, a Woonsocket Area Career and Technical Center student claiming the title of class salutatorian, Pietrus also graduates from high school with much more than just the top marks from her classes.

MOUNT'N OF GOODS

May 20, 2012

Mary Elaina Elmasian, left, of Cumberland, a senior at Mount Saint Charles Academy in Woonsocket, browses through stuffed animals for sale with her mom, Christine Elmasian, during the annual Mount St. Charles Academy's Service Opportunity Depot yard sale in Chapel Hall Saturday morning.

Woonsocket native graduates URI with first Chinese degree

May 20, 2012

SOUTH KINGSTOWN — When Andy Rithiphong, a senior at the University of Rhode Island and a Woonsocket native, walks across the stage Sunday to receive his diploma, he will represent the product of the dedication his professors have given to their teaching in a more unique way than most. Rithiphong is one of three URI students to obtain a bachelor’s degree in Chinese, an achievement he holds as an especially personal accomplishment.

Residents to see modest tax increase

May 20, 2012

By JOSEPH FITZGERALD

CUMBERLAND — As promised, Mayor Daniel J. McKee's proposed budget for fiscal year 2013 will see a modest property tax increase of between 1 and 2 percent and well under the state's 4-percent tax cap.
McKee is proposing an $82,882,869 town operating budget for fiscal 2013, which is $3,736,081 (or 4.72 percent) higher than the current $79,146,788 budget, according to information released by the mayor's office this week.

WOONSOCKET -- Woonsocket Little League’s opening day went off with a hitch Saturday at...
CUMBERLAND — Thanks to second-place finishes in the discus, hammer and 25-pound weight,...
PAWTUCKET – The first time players pick up a bat, they are instructed to swing nice and...
BURRILLVILLE – Residents took time out on a perfect Saturday morning to ensure that their community stayed just as...
NORTH SMITHFIELD – Julia Cloutier, an 18-year-old senior at North Smithfield High School, had a general sense of the...
UXBRIDGE – Voters at the Special Town Meeting on May 12 will be asked to approve a plan to build a new central fire...

 

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