Archive - Jul 17, 2012 - News Article
PAWTUCKET â€” Police have arrested a second young man wanted in connection with the fatal shooting of 20-year-old Joshua Burgo of Pawtucket.
According to Pawtucket Police, on Monday, 18-year-old Davhon Shelton, of Woodbine Street, Pawtucket, turned himself in at Pawtucket Police headquarters. Shelton had an outstanding warrant for conspiracy to commit murder that was obtained by police following an investigation into the homicide involving Burgo that occurred in the pre-dawn hours of July 6.
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PROVIDENCE â€” Itâ€™s not every day that a politician keeps a campaign promise, so RI GAP (Government Appointments Project) held a Statehouse event Tuesday to thank Gov. Lincoln Chafee for doubling the number of female appointees, not just to boards and commissions, but to top positions in his administration.
PAWTUCKET â€“ To help people keep cool and safe in the latest wave of high temperatures, the city announced it has designated several sites as â€ścooling centersâ€ť where they can escape the heat.
The following sites will be available Tuesday, July 17 and Wednesday, July 18. Availability of the cooling centers will be extended if conditions warrant.
The following sites have been designated as â€ścooling centersâ€ť and are posted with appropriate signage:
Â· The Pawtucket Public Library, 13 Summer St., 9 a.m. to 8:45 p.m.
Â· The Leon Mathieu Senior Center, 420 Main St., 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
CNBC, the business news cable channel, doesnâ€™t think much of Rhode Island.
For the second year in a row, CNBC has ranked the Ocean State dead last â€” 50th out of the 50 states â€” as a good place to operate a business.
In his report on the 2012 version of the annual study, CNBC senior correspondent Scott Cohn said Rhode Island has â€śthe worst infrastructure, one of the worst economies, and the least-friendly regulatory climate.â€ť He added: â€śThey did catch a 12-pound lobster there a while back, but that doesnâ€™t help.â€ť
WOONSOCKET â€” A 1991 city double murder will be recalled in an upcoming Discovery Channel networks crime program after a production crew wrapped up work on the project at The Call on Monday.
Call reporter Russ Olivo was interviewed by the Sirens Media crew for an upcoming segment of â€śNightmare Next Door,â€ť an investigative true crime documentary program on the Investigation Discovery Channel.