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Cylke: Staff unaware of abuse to victim

July 9, 2013

PAWTUCKET — The principal and staff at the Elizabeth Baldwin Elementary School, where 10-year-old murder victim Aleida DePina had just finished the fourth grade, had not been aware of any abuse going on at home, says Schools Supt. Deborah Cylke.

Local Catholics herald sainthood for Pope John Paul II

July 9, 2013

A handmade banner bearing the portrait of the late Pope John Paul II hangs above the counter at the Krakow Deli in Woonsocket, a gift Marta Samek received from her brother who brought it back from Poland 25 years ago.
“Isn’t it beautiful?” asked Samek who manages the family-owned deli along with another brother, Kristian Przybyko, and father, Józef.

Family displaced by fire

July 9, 2013

PAWTUCKET—A family of three living at 208 Oakland Ave. was displaced by a fire that started in their “computer room” on Monday night, according to the Pawtucket Fire Marshal.

School supt., DCYF mum on beating, abuse of slain girl

July 9, 2013

By DONNA KENNY KIRWAN
dkirwan@pawtuckettimes.com
PAWTUCKET—Behind a photo of a smiling young girl with big brown eyes and wearing a purple satin dress is a handwritten note that reads: “May your life in heaven be better than the one you knew here. R.I.P.” It is signed, “A Friend.”
The girl in the photo, Aleida DePina, 10, died last week from what the medical examiner determined was blunt force trauma.
Her father, Jorge DePina, has been charged with her murder.

 

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