Archive - Nov 2, 2011 - News Article
Attention, area veterans. The Times is holding a photograph session at 11 a.m. on Saturday at the Cumberland Monastery, hoping veterans from all over the Blackstone Valley will congregate to have their picture taken in a large group photo.
Don't be late!
LINCOLN â Normand and Evelyn Olean sat at their dining room table conversing and laughing with Lime Rock Fire Chief Frank Sylvester early Wednesday afternoon.
Just 28 hours before, the senior couple and the chief spent time together for a vastly different reason; Sylvester maintains the Oleans, who have been married 56 years, are lucky to be alive after massive levels of carbon monoxide were discovered inside their Sherman Avenue home Tuesday morning.
LINCOLN â Destinee Santos is only four, but she knows what she likes: horses.
The little girl exhibited a huge, lasting smile when her pre-kindergarten teacher's assistant, Cindy Flaxington, hoisted her out of her wheelchair and carried her over to meet âLittle Joeâ â a half-Clydesdale, half-Percheron who stands 18 hands tall (six feet) and weighs 1,800 pounds â stationed outside Lonsdale Elementary School early Monday afternoon.
PAWTUCKETâMayor Donald Grebien is all for pension reform â he's spearheaded some big proposed changes for the city's public safety employees â but he thinks the plan presented by state General Treasurer Gina Raimondo and Governor Lincoln Chafee does not do enough to help the locally-funded pensions plans like Pawtucket has.