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$6.7 million medical complex opens

October 22, 2012

PAWTUCKET — Dr. Jerry Fingerut quoted Walt Disney: “All your dreams come true if you have the courage to pursue them,” and U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse called it a day where a lot of people were “shiny with smiles.” They and a host of other state and local dignitaries were talking happily about the debut of the new Blackstone Valley Community Health Care Center at 39 East Ave.

Six arrested in prostitution sting

October 22, 2012

PAWTUCKET — Four women were arrested for prostitution and two men with solicitation on Thursday night following an investigation by Pawtucket Police of complaints of suspicious activity in the Barton Street area.
According to Pawtucket Police, after receiving numerous complaints regarding prostitution taking place, undercover officers were sent to the area.
During the investigation, a female undercover officer was solicited for sex in exchange for money by two males.

Tickets on sale for hall of fame dinner

October 22, 2012

PAWTUCKET — Some local people who have left a positive mark on the city — in recent years as well as the past — will be honored Friday with their induction into the 2012 Pawtucket Hall of Fame.
Three “living legends,” Paul Audette, Janice McHale and Jean Stizpeck, will be entered into the Hall, as well as the late John “Red” Pollard, and the late Lt. Colonel Henry Harrison Young, as the historical inductee.

For them, hunting is a time-honored tradition

October 22, 2012

Under a canopy of leaves colored bronze by the autumn chill, Donald Ross kneels over the moist clay soil of the forest floor and studies the upside-down, heart-shaped track of the white-tailed deer.
Kneeling next to him is his young son, also named Donald, who traces the track's muddy indentation with his finger, listening intently as his father describes the difference between the tracks of doe and those of a buck.

Lincoln's Spurwink School marks 30 years

October 22, 2012

LINCOLN — The Spurwink School at 365 River Road is about to celebrate a milestone.
The small-setting, private school-based program serving students with a range of behavioral disorders will celebrate its 30th anniversary with a small gathering of staff, clients and friends on Nov. 14, according to Raymond Arsenault, executive director of the school’s parent non-profit corporation SpurwinkRI.


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