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Archive - Feb 20, 2014

School upgrades get council’s nod

February 20, 2014

PAWTUCKET — While saying they don’t agree with all of the school renovation plans as outlined, the City Council on Wednesday approved the first phase of the School Department’s Facilities Master Plan that will upgrade Potter-Burns and Nathanael Greene Elementary Schools.

The council gave its approval to Phase 1 of the proposed master plan, with a price tag not to exceed $32 million. Phase 1 calls for a system-wide upgrade of the district’s technology infrastructure and renovations to the Potter-Burns and Nathanael Greene elementary schools.

Fraud suspect makes RI’s ‘Most Wanted’

February 20, 2014

PAWTUCKET — Pawtucket Police are trying a new tactic, the “Rhode Island Most Wanted” network, to track down a man accused of committing fraud against a local funeral home.

Pawtucket Police have posted on the online website that they are looking for Martin “Marty” Szuch, 72, who has addresses in Providence, North Providence and Cranston. Szuch is wanted on a charge of obtaining money under false pretenses in a case that dates back to 2010. He has also allegedly committed similar crimes in the past, police said.

Hendricken floors Cumberland in marquee matchup

February 20, 2014

CUMBERLAND — Perhaps two minutes after Cumberland High had sustained a 49-12 dual-meet loss to rival Hendricken in a match to clinch the Division I title, veteran mentor Steve Gordon managed to keep his sense of humor.
When a reporter approached him for a few thoughts Thursday night, he immediately said, “Not right now. Wait a second!”
He approached his wife, Judy, gave her a kiss, handled a couple of other minor details, then relented to an interview.
His first response, with a wide grin: “Sorry. You’ve gotta know what’s truly important!”

Kahn-Clary's back in R.I., fights tonight at Twin River

February 20, 2014

LINCOLN — It’s a 45-minute drive from Pawtucket to Manfredo’s Boxing & Fitness in Narragansett for Toka Kahn-Clary and Thomas Falowo, and because of the 72 miles they have to travel roundtrip to work out with their trainer, Peter Manfredo Sr., the two often carpool back and forth each night.
But tonight, they won’t have to share a ride. Instead, they will make a short trip to the Twin River Event Center and appear in separate six-round bouts on Classic Entertainment & Sports, Inc.’s “Home Sweet Home” card.

Irene V. Broadmeadow

February 20, 2014

Irene V. Broadmeadow

PAWTUCKET - Irene T. Broadmeadow, 87, passed away peacefully Wednesday February 19, 2014 surrounded by her devoted family. She was the beloved wife of the late Edward T. Broadmeadow Jr.
Born in Central Falls she was a daughter of the late Maciej and Victoria (Bomba) Majka. She was a lifelong resident of Pawtucket.
Before retiring Mrs. Broadmeadow was an Elementary School Teacher for 38 years in the Central Falls school system.

Raymond Dureault

February 20, 2014

Raymond Dureault

WARWICK - Dureault, Raymond, "Ray Dee" 94, of Warwick, passed away Thursday, February 20, 2014. He was the beloved friend of the late Marie "Loretta" Gruslin. Born in Pawtucket, he was the son of the late Alfred and Celina (St. Gelais) Dureault. Mr. Dureault was a navy veteran of World War II. He was a steel worker at the former Newman Crosby Inc. of Pawtucket for 26 years before retiring.

 

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