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October 25th, 2012

Burrillville man charged with knife threat to girlfriend

October 25, 2012

BURRILLVILLE -- A local man who was charged in early October in the death of his girlfriend's dog has been arrested on charges of threatening to kill her the same way.
Police say Eric S. Lemire was held as a bail violator after being arraigned Wednesday in District Court in Warwick on charges of felony domestic assault and disorderly conduct.
North Smithfield police say he held a kitchen knife to his girlfriend's chest and threatened to kill her the same way he is accused of killing the dog.

Frustrated with insurance, doc takes matters into own hands

October 25, 2012

NORTH SMITHFIELD — Dr. Zaheer Shah is both a physician and a lawyer, but he was never trained to work with one hand tied behind his back.
Unfortunately, when patients refuse a complete physical because they can’t afford the diagnostics, it is like working handcuffed. And it’s an all-too-common occurrence because so many individuals have inadequate health care insurance — if they have any at all.

Woman donates bone marrow, saves life

October 25, 2012

LINCOLN — Free food for blood was the deal during a blood drive at Lincoln Mall that day, but Maxine Renning wasn’t allowed to donate — she was running a slight temperature.
Renning, then 18, had such a hankering for a slice of pizza she did the next best thing. She offered up a cheek swab, providing a sample of her DNA to a bone marrow registry.
And today a woman in Chicago is alive because of it.

October 24th

Police to strengthen their relationship with local youth

October 24, 2012

WOONSOCKET -- The city's education department, Head Start Child Development Association and police department announce a new partnership that will bring youth and the police closer together.

October 23rd

Connolly's killer gets 40 years to serve

October 23, 2012

WOONSOCKET — Vicki Connolly finally got justice Tuesday for her brutal murder at the hands of a Burrillville man in September 2007.
Michael A. Ducharme, 45, stood before Superior Court Judge Netti C. Vogel Tuesday afternoon and admitted to killing Connolly in the state Black Hut Management area of Burrillville shortly after she went missing in Woonsocket on Sept. 5, 2007.

October 22nd

Body found in Pascoag

October 22, 2012

BURRILLVILLE — Police Sunday were alerted to the discovery of a body of a man in a wooded area of Pascoag, but do not believe foul play is involved in the death.
Police Major Lareto Guglietta reported that at approximately 3 p.m. on Sunday, Burrillville police received a call regarding the discovery of a body in a wooded area off of Warner Lane in the Pascoag section of Burrillville.
The body was described by police as a white male in his 30s.

Alice MIll owner in litigation

October 22, 2012

WOONSOCKET — Efforts to redevelop the site of the June 2011 fire that destroyed the historic Alice Mill have been waylaid by a legal dispute with his insurance company, the owner of the property says.
Although the fire was deemed accidental by the Woonsocket Fire Department, the Seneca Insurance Co. of New York has refused to pay the claims on the building, according to Steve G. Triedman. The dispute is the subject of pending litigation in the state courts. Triedman said Seneca is the lead defendant in the case, although there are several others.

For them, hunting is a time honored tradition

October 22, 2012

Under a canopy of leaves colored bronze by the autumn chill, Donald Ross kneels over the moist clay soil of the forest floor and studies the upside-down, heart-shaped track of the white-tailed deer.
Kneeling next to him is his young son, also named Donald, who traces the track's muddy indentation with his finger, listening intently as his father describes the difference between the tracks of doe and those of a buck.

Lincoln's Spurwink School to mark 30 years

October 22, 2012

LINCOLN — The Spurwink School at 365 River Road is about to celebrate a milestone.
The small-setting, private school-based program serving students with a range of behavioral disorders will celebrate its 30th anniversary with a small gathering of staff, clients and friends on Nov. 14, according to Raymond Arsenault, executive director of the school’s parent non-profit corporation SpurwinkRI.

October 20th

Mencuccis complete the history of Glocester via 3rd documentary

October 20, 2012

GLOCESTER – Some say they worked the land. Others say the land worked them.
Survival wasn’t for the faint of heart among the grist-millers, farmers, cider-pressers and others who labored in the town’s earliest and most primitive enterprises, says historian Betty Mencucci.
Their stories unfold in vivid detail in episode three of “West of the Seven Mile Line – A History of Glocester.” It’s the latest – and last – in the Seven Mile series of documentary videos on the town’s history that Mencucci and her husband, Carlo, began working on five years ago.

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