Archive - Nov 16, 2012 - News Article
CENTRAL FALLS â As an endorsement of the steps toward fiscal solvency taken by state receivers and the cityâs plan to emerge from bankruptcy, the Standard & Poorâs rating agency has upgrade Central Fallsâ bond rating to BB with a âstableâ outlook.
The city had previously had a C rating with a âdevelopingâ outlook. On the day after the city officially emerged from bankruptcy last month, Moodyâs Investors Service upgraded the cityâs bond ratings from Caa1 to B2 and changed its outlook to âpositive.â
PAWTUCKET â A city man has been arrested on 12 counts of second-degree child molestation based on a complaint from a 7-year-old and two other individuals, now adults, who came forward to say he had abused them in the same manner, police said.
The suspect, Samuel Cooper, 41, of Boyce Avenue, was arrested on Wednesday after turning himself in to police. A warrant had been issued for his arrest following an investigation.
PAWTUCKET â Despite the recent closing of one downtown restaurant and some less-than-rosy assessments by other Main Street business owners, the proprietor of Plouffe's Cup N' Saucer says he has been open for three years now at his location and is optimistic about the future.
PAWTUCKET â He's already rubbed his red suited elbows with the likes of Cher, John Travolta, Madonna, Elizabeth Taylor, Charles Bronson, Paris Hilton, and the entire Kardashian clan. Yet, âSanta to the Starsâ Brady White has had an even more star-studded year than usual thanks to a new Macy's TV commercial he is featured in and an induction into the âInternational Santa Claus Hall of Fame.â
PAWTUCKET â Despite their attempts to hide, two city men were arrested after breaking into the International Charter School on Monday night.
Pawtucket Police said they received a call that an alarm was sounding at the school, located at 334 Pleasant St., at around 9 p.m. When officers arrived, they observed a broken window on the side of the building and could also see a man running inside.