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Plaza foreclosure on hold

January 14, 2014

WOONSOCKET – A Superior Court judge postponed the foreclosure of Walnut Hill Plaza until Feb. 28 after the owners filed a lawsuit against the lenders who hold the mortgage on the shopping center.

Papers filed in the case indicate the owners of the strip mall aren’t necessarily opposed to relinquishing the title to the lenders, but they’d prefer a “like kind” transfer that would shield them from certain tax liabilities.

For full story, see page 1 of Wednesday's Call.

BREAKING NEWS: Woonsocket police seek help in search for missing child

January 14, 2014

WOONSOCKET -- The Police Department is requesting assistance in locating a missing child. Daniel Britt, age 6, was last seen on Jan. 8
with his mother, Andria Britt. Andria may be en route to Washington state in violation of a Rhode Island Family Court Order. Police reported in a statement she is driving a red Ford sedan, Rhode Island registration 942-649.
Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Daniel Britt and/or Andria Britt is asked to call the Woonsocket Police Department at 401-766-1212.

Identities of children found in hope chest released

January 14, 2014

FRANKLIN -- Authorities confirmed the identities of the children who died after being discovered trapped in a hope chest over the weekend. Lexi Munroe, 8, and her brother Sean Munroe, 7, perished while playing in the chest at their Chestnut Street home. The deaths remain under investigation.

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