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December 4th

Couple out in the cold after blaze in Bellingham

December 4, 2014

BELLINGHAM – A fire breaking out in a 730 Pulaski Blvd. home Tuesday evening was expected to leave a couple homeless until repairs can be made to the damaged dwelling.
An unidentified man and woman were reported to have escaped their home safely as the fire spread from the chimney area at about 6:10 p.m., according to police.
Police Sgt. Lee Rolls said Patrolman Brian Kutner was the first emergency responder to the call and assisted the residents at the scene. No injuries were reported at the fire Tuesday night.

Couple out in the cold after blaze in Bellingham

December 4, 2014

BELLINGHAM – A fire breaking out in a 730 Pulaski Blvd. home Tuesday evening was expected to leave a couple homeless until repairs can be made to the damaged dwelling.
An unidentified man and woman were reported to have escaped their home safely as the fire spread from the chimney area at about 6:10 p.m., according to police.
Police Sgt. Lee Rolls said Patrolman Brian Kutner was the first emergency responder to the call and assisted the residents at the scene. No injuries were reported at the fire Tuesday night.

DUI triple-threat offender gets prison time

December 4, 2014

LINCOLN – A three-time drunk driver apprehended by Woonsocket and local police earlier this year was sentenced Monday to three years.
Louis Caruolo, 41, of West Warwick, must serve 18 months of the sentence at the Adult Correctional Institutions, and the balance on probation, according to Amy Kempe, spokeswoman for Attorney General Peter Kilmartin. Judge William Carnes also stripped Caruolo of driving privileges for two years upon his release from the ACI, fined him $1,000 fine and ordered him to undergo substance abuse counseling.

December 3rd

7 face charges in drag racing death

December 3, 2014

WOONSOCKET – The state police have arrested seven individuals on motor vehicle charges that grew out of the street-racing fatality in Lincoln this summer that claimed the life of 22-year-old Simon Ratsamy of Park Avenue.

December 1st

City puts outdoor rink on ice; won't open this winter

December 1, 2014

WOONSOCKET – Citing safety issues, city Director of Public Works Steve D’Agostino is recommending against opening the municipal skating rink in River Island Park this season.

The artificially-refrigerated rink has struggled with maintenance and repair issues for some time, but this would be the first season it hasn’t opened since it was built in 1999 if D’Agostino’s advice stands.

He said Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt is asking him to explore options for rehabilitating the rink, but at this point there are no plans of opening it this season.

November 30th

Glocester restaurant damaged by blaze

November 30, 2014

GLOCESTER – West Glocester Fire Department members were being credited with saving a popular Putnam Pike business, Snow’s Clam Box, after a fire broke out in the dining room early Sunday.

The fire at the 2461 Putnam Pike restaurant was reported at about 5 a.m. police said Sunday and drew a quick response from the nearby West Glocester companies.

November 28th

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November 28, 2014

November 25th

Shooter gets 20 years

November 25, 2014

WOONSOCKET – A Superior Court judge sentenced a local man to 20 years in prison Tuesday for a March 2013 shooting on the Fairmount Bridge in which another man was seriously injured.
Christian “Chay” Rosado, 27, was convicted of two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon after a weeklong jury trial in September.
During the course of the trial, the state proved that Rosado fired a semi-automatic weapon at Wilson and his girlfriend Jalisa Collins as they were walking along the bridge.
Wilson was struck in the leg and buttocks, but Collins was uninjured.

November 24th

The bill comes due for owner of Blackstone house

November 24, 2014

BLACKSTONE – The town has served the owner of 23 St. Paul St. with a statement of claim for $46,457, the total and final cost the town has incurred to deal with the tragedy that took place there.

Kristin Rivera of Woonsocket was served the claim on Nov. 12, and has 30 days from that date to pay that sum or the town will proceed with putting a tax lien on the property. Town officials are gearing up for the latter, saying Rivera has ignored all previous orders served to her.

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November 24, 2014

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