Archive - May 5, 2013 - News Article
CUMBERLAND â Lauren Kowalski, of Manville, has been named the Boys & Girls Clubs of Rhode Island Youth of the Year for 2013, and her position as the Ocean Stateâs youth representative is especially fitting for a young woman with a wide range of aquatic interests.
Kowalski topped her six other Rhode Island competitors for the honor because she best exemplifies the awards requirements of extensive involvement in her local club, the Boys & Girls Club of Cumberland-Lincoln, academic success, community service and much more.
WOONSOCKET â Itâs a treat and a dessert and you can really have ice cream anytime. But there is something special about going to get ice cream at an ice cream stand or from a truck, even on a cool May evening.
Nicholas Michalopoulos, 62, of Woonsocket also knows how spring affects his customersâ particular taste for ice cream and has opened his Cool Corner Creamery at 171 Greene St. in the city in late April since 1995.
LINCOLN â Twin River is preparing to open its new table gaming operation at the Twin River Road casino but still needs dealers and other employees to staff it.
That means there are still opportunities for Rhode Islanders to find a job with the new operation if they qualify through the state certification process, according to Patti Doyle, Twin Riverâs spokeswoman.
SMITHFIELD â In case you hadnât noticed, there is a consumer run on guns and ammunition in this country amid an impassioned debate about gun control. Whether itâs fair or not may be open to question, but much of the hoarding is blamed on gun zealots worried about a crackdown in the wake of some insanely violent and tragic episodes of gun violence.
I am not one of them. Iâm not planning on buying a handgun, and I donât have anything against people who are, but the fierce battle over gun control made me dangerously curious.