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School board cautiously optimistic about budget

March 14, 2012

PAWTUCKET — While noting there are a lot of variables — chief among them being the governor's proposed meals tax increase — School Department officials are expressing a cautious optimism about the school budget for the upcoming fiscal year.

Pawtucket man arrested in bottle-throwing incident

March 14, 2012

PAWTUCKET — A male suspect who crashed a party on March 4 and then threw a beer bottle through a window, seriously injuring a man sitting nearby, was arrested by Pawtucket Police on Monday and charged with felony assault.
Adilson Fernandes, 30, of Mansfield Street, Providence, was identified by Pawtucket Police as the suspect in the incident, said Major Arthur Martins. Fernandes was arraigned Monday in District Court on the charges and surety bail was set at $2,500.

20 years later, Pawtucket woman realizes NASA dream

March 14, 2012

PAWTUCKET — Of all the people she's wanted to tell about her participation in an elite NASA-sponsored educational program, 37-year-old Jodi Perron wishes she could relay the news to her former guidance counselor at Cumberland High School.
That woman, now deceased, had grounded Perron's freshman dreams of pursuing a course of study that could have lead her to become a rocket scientist at the famed U.S. space center.

E.P. Episcopal priest could be next RI bishop

March 14, 2012

EAST PROVIDENCE — The Rev. Jennifer Pedrick, rector of the Church of the Epiphany in Rumford, is among five preliminary candidates selected to stand for election as the 13th Bishop of Rhode Island, officials with the Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island announced Monday.

 

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