Archive - Feb 12, 2013
PROVIDENCE â Although attorney William Murphy tried to paint former Central Falls Mayor Charles Moreauâs felony as a âvictimless crime,â U.S. District Court Judge John McConnell declared that âpublic corruption has many victimsâ and sentenced Moreau to two years in federal prison.
Moreau was also fined $25,000, which the judge told the disgraced ex-mayor is âthe amount of financial gain you receivedâ from the crime. He was ordered to perform 300 hours of public service once he gets out of prison and he will remain under supervision for three years after his release.
WOONSOCKET â Mount St. Charles head coach Jessica Shiel would have liked to celebrate a pair of triumphs on Tuesday night.
First, she hoped her squad would pull out a win over Division II-North foe Lincoln, then turn her attention to how much money the Mounties had raised during its first ever âPink-Outâ contest, with all proceeds from the gate and T-shirt sales going directly to the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Raymond J. Keenan
ATTLEBORO - Raymond J. Keenan 69, of County Street passed away Sunday February 10, 2013 at his residence. He was the beloved husband of Judith M. (Souza) Keenan.
Born in Central Falls he was a son of the late George and Sarah
(Andrade) Keenan. He lived in Attleboro for the past 55 years.
Before retiring in 2012 Ray was employed as a Ring Maker for the Stearn and Leach Mfg. Co. of Attleboro for 30 years. He was an avid bowler.
William C. Perry, Jr.
PROVIDENCE - William C. Perry, Jr., 51 passed away peacefully at RIH Feb. 7, 2013 with his family by his side.
Born in North Smithfield, RI, son of late William C. Perry Sr., and survivors Joan Perry of Harrisville, RI and his sister Deborah Fortier of Harrisville, RI, daughter Kathrine Filingiere of Bristol, RI.
A private service will be held at a future date. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to American Heart Association, 1 State Street, Suite 200, Providence, RI, 02908