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Archive - Mar 28, 2012

Pawtucket Slaterettes still going strong after all these years

March 28, 2012

PAWTUCKET — When it comes to the Pawtucket Slaterettes Baseball League, Sarah Feeley's daughters never had a chance.
They were going to play – no ifs, ands or buts.
“I don't mind at all; I think it's cool,” said eight-year-old Sabrina Angulo, whose mom – call her “President Feeley” – has already registered her to play in the Minor Division (for those ages 8-11) this season, incredibly the Slaterettes' 39th.

Valley cities tops for R.I. foreclosures

March 28, 2012

A new study released today by HousingWorks RI says Central Falls, Woonsocket and Pawtucket ranked among the top four communities with the highest foreclosure rates from 2009 through 2011, with multi-family homes bearing the brunt of the blow.

Police foil mother/son drug operation

March 28, 2012

By DONNA KENNY KIRWAN

PAWTUCKET — Central Falls Police say it was “all in the family” with a drug operation that was allegedly being operated out of an apartment on Darling Street.
According to Major James J. Mendonca, members of the Central Falls Police Department's Special Investigative Unit executed a search warrant late Tuesday morning at 97 Darling St., first floor.
The focus of the investigation was 32-year-old Glenda Alamo, who rents the apartment, and her 17-year-old son. Also present in the apartment was Alamo's boyfriend, Jose Diaz, 30.

Robert F. Masterson

March 28, 2012

Robert F. Masterson

PAWTUCKET- Robert F. Masterson, 64, passed away March 24, 2012 at St. Luke's Hospital. Born in Cambridge, MA a son of the late Robert and Patricia (Holston) Masterson. Robert had been employed as a fork-lift operator for NECCO candy company for several years. He had lived in Providence before moving to Pawtucket a few years ago.
He leaves a sister, Patricia Velez of East Boston and formerly of No. Smithfield. He was the brother of the late Janice Smith.

Shea, Tolman plan finalized

March 28, 2012

PAWTUCKET — In what has been a busy week for school administrators, the transformation plan for Shea and Tolman high schools has been finalized and was expected to be submitted to the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) today, while the process is underway to hire new principals at both troubled schools.

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