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OFFICE SPACE

June 1, 2013

Dr. Art Canestrari, of Cumberland, and his friend Claire DiSpirito, of Lincoln, check out one of the units at 2 Monument Square during a Main Street Open House on Saturday. Dr. Canestrari stated he was interested in seeing the buildings on Main Street and their potential. The office space at which he is looking is one of six units available in the building.

Schools rehire 28 teachers

June 1, 2013

WOONSOCKET – The School Committee voted to rehire another 28 of its laid-off teachers following a special meeting in the Middle School on Thursday.
School Committeeman Christopher Roberts said the rehired teachers were in a mix of positions in local schools including physical education, math, family and consumer science, and counseling that were issued notices of layoffs this spring.

UNTOLD STORIES -- Mencucci giving tour of Civil War graves Sunday at 2

June 1, 2013

BURRILLVILLE – They rest in sections of local cemeteries that don’t often draw visitors but the town’s old soldiers of the Civil War still have stories to tell.
Betty Mencucci, president of the Burrillville Historical Society and a local history expert, hopes to put those stories in people’s minds this weekend while offering a tour of the town’s Civil War grave sites today beginning at 2 p.m. at Pascoag Cemetery and St. Patrick’s Cemetery off Route 107, Pascoag.

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