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Archive - Jan 25, 2013

Red Sox prospect Jackie Bradley Jr. eyes primetime

January 25, 2013

PAWTUCKET — Jackie Bradley Jr. is a 22-year-old center fielder so polished and poised that your first inclination is to check his driver’s license just to verify his age.
Currently touted as one of the top prospects in the Red Sox farm system, he said playing under the spotlight of the College World Series helped him prepare for the attention he’ll soon be receiving as a professional.

Arciliares found guilty in 2010 shooting death of Barros

January 25, 2013

PROVIDENCE — Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin Friday announced that convicted murderer Victor Arciliares, 24, was found guilty by a Providence County Superior Court jury of one count of first degree murder, discharging a firearm while committing a crime of violence, discharging a firearm from a motor vehicle, assault with intent to commit murder and using a firearm while committing a crime of violence.
The jury delivered the guilty verdict after deliberating two-and-one-half days following a five-day trial presided over by Superior Court Justice Robert D. Krause.

Bill restricts receivers, other overseers to fiscal matters

January 25, 2013

PROVIDENCE – Central Falls Rep. Gus Silva has once again introduced legislation that would restrict the authority of receivers, budget commissions and overseers appointed to cities and towns by the state to fiscal matters only and not to any other aspect of municipal government.
Under the legislation, receivers or other state interveners would not be allowed to relegate any elected body to an advisory capacity, as the receiver did to the City Council in Central Falls, or to abolish any board or commission of a city or town.

Locals polled on plans for river corridor development

January 25, 2013

PAWTUCKET — On the surface, a city with a vibrant river running through it should be able to boast about “location, location, location.” Yet, because the Blackstone River was long used and abused for the purpose of industry, the riverfront property in Pawtucket and neighboring Central Falls is far from anyone's idea of “high-end” real estate.

Mabel Powers

January 25, 2013

Mabel Powers

PAWTUCKET- Mabel (Davis) Powers, 86, passed away Friday, January 25, 2013. She was the beloved wife of the late Ambrose W. Powers.
Born in Providence, a daughter of the late Louis A. and Mary E. (Barsey) Davis, she resided in Pawtucket most of her life.
Mabel was employed by the former Home Laundry and the former Kings Laundry, Pawtucket for many years until retiring. She enjoyed playing High-Low-Jack on Tuesdays with her friends.

Adrienne F. McNaughton

January 25, 2013

Adrienne F.
McNaughton

PAWTUCKET- Adrienne F. (Genereux) McNaughton, 77, passed away peacefully on Thursday, January 24, 2013. She was the beloved wife of Donald David McNaughton, the couple would have celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary in April.
A lifelong resident of Pawtucket, she was the daughter of the late Charles E. and Mary A. (McCarthy) Genereux.

Constance A. Mocogni

January 25, 2013

Constance A.
Mocogni

LINCOLN- Constance A. (Mathieu) Mocogni, 70, of Lake Wales, FL and formerly of Lincoln, passed away peacefully on January 22, 2013 in Lake Wales, FL. She was the wife of the late Brian Mocogni for over 40 years and the wife of the late Thomas Colbert.
Born in Pawtucket, a daughter of the late Alphonse and Loretta (Chaput) Mathieu, she had lived in Lincoln for many years before moving to Florida.
Connie worked in the Lincoln Town Hall for over 30 years retiring in 2010.

House OKs gay marriage

January 25, 2013

PROVIDENCE — A bill to legitimize same sex marriage, which both its sponsor and its most vehement opponent agreed was, “The most important piece of legislation (the House) will ever consider” passed the House of Representative on a 51-19 vote Thursday.
When Rep. Gordon Fox, the first openly gay man to be elected Speaker of the House, banged his gavel after the vote and declared “the act prevails,” there were loud cheers, a standing ovation in the spectator galleries and sustained whooping and clapping that lasted for several minutes before Fox banged his gavel again to adjourn the session.

 

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