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Archive - Feb 6, 2014

Florida TV report puts Kilmartin in tough spot

February 6, 2014

PROVIDENCE – Local talk radio hosts are having no end of fun with a Florida TV station’s identification of Attorney General Peter Kilmartin as a “Sarasota resident,” and now state Sen. Dawson Hodgson, a Republican candidate for attorney general, is adding questions of his own.

Kilmartin, whose full-time residence is in Pawtucket, has a vacation home in Sarasota where he stayed during a recent January vacation. While there, he and his wife, Kristine, visited the Sarasota Arts Festival, and he was buttonholed by a local TV reporter for a comment on the event.

Body in submerged car identified as Pawtucket resident missing for three years

February 6, 2014

CENTRAL FALLS — The body of the person found inside a car that had been submerged in the Blackstone River has been identified as Angela Rivera, a 62-year-old Pawtucket woman who had been reported missing in March 2011.

The car, a light blue Toyota Camry, had been spotted underwater on Tuesday morning by state employees who had been doing work on a barge in and around the underside of the bridge near 1420 Broad St. When the vehicle was towed from the water, it was determined that a body was inside.

Full story appears on page A1 of today's Times.

Lillian M. Weygand

February 6, 2014

Lillian M. Weygand

EAST PROVIDENCE - Lillian M. (Kingsley) Weygand, 97, formerly of Pawtucket and Ft. Myers, Fl. passed away peacefully on Tuesday, February 4, 2014 at St. Elizabeth Home. She was the wife of the late Charles E. Weygand, Sr. They had been married fifty-five years.
Born in East Providence, she was a daughter of the late Frederick T. and Rose F. (Boyle) Kingsley. Mrs. Weygand worked in the business office at Pawtucket Memorial Hospital for twelve years before she retired in 1978.

 

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