WOONSOCKET â€“ The Italian Workingmenâ€™s Clubâ€™s longtime commitment to helping out in the local community will be honored during a celebration of the private social organizationâ€™s 85th anniversary on Sunday.
Club President Marc Zagaglia said the anniversary celebration will begin in the clubâ€™s upstairs function room at 1 p.m. and include remarks by club members, city officials, and members of the cityâ€™s General Assembly delegation and possibly even U.S. Rep. David Cicilline, depending upon his Washington schedule.
WOONSOCKET â€“ As promised, Albert G. Beauparlant has come up with a fitting final bash for the cityâ€™s 125th anniversary celebration, and also the people he wants to carry it out.
During an informal kickoff for the project at the Woonsocket Harris Public Library Friday afternoon, Beauparlant handed the reins for the upcoming Dec. 11 event to Call Publisher Mary Lynn Bosiak and co-chair Erik Cartier, or, actually, a flag.
WOONSOCKET â€” The last chapter in the high-profile and emotional story of a killer at the center of a constitutional battle over the death penalty was written in U.S. District Court yesterday as Jason W. Pleau was sentenced to life in prison, without the possibility of parole.