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For 25 years, Cumberland animal officer has enjoyed the ‘wildlife’

February 21, 2014

CUMBERLAND – When Paul H. Rose was a young boy growing up in East Providence, his mother was always leery about what little woodland critter she might find hiding underneath his bed.

Snakes, frogs, grasshoppers, it didn’t matter. If he could catch it, he brought it home.

“I’ve loved animals ever since I was a little boy,” he says, “My mother was always afraid of what she might find in the basement on any given day.”

Nearly 60 years later, Rose is still fascinated by the animal kingdom, and has devoted most of his life to looking after the welfare of creatures great and small.

Pawtucket sounds the call for additional snow shoveling volunteers to help dig out seniors

February 21, 2014

PAWTUCKET — With more snow, such as has been the case this winter, comes more requests for shoveling assistance for the city’s elderly residents. Hoping to boost volunteer participation in a program that works to shovel sidewalks for seniors, Mayor Donald Grebien held a press conference on Friday to enlist more volunteers.

School upgrades get council’s nod

February 21, 2014

PAWTUCKET — While saying they don’t agree with all of the school renovation plans as outlined, the City Council on Wednesday approved the first phase of the School Department’s Facilities Master Plan that will upgrade Potter-Burns and Nathanael Greene Elementary Schools.

The council gave its approval to Phase 1 of the proposed master plan, with a price tag not to exceed $32 million. Phase 1 calls for a system-wide upgrade of the district’s technology infrastructure and renovations to the Potter-Burns and Nathanael Greene elementary schools.

Fraud suspect makes RI’s ‘Most Wanted’

February 21, 2014

PAWTUCKET — Pawtucket Police are trying a new tactic, the “Rhode Island Most Wanted” network, to track down a man accused of committing fraud against a local funeral home.

Pawtucket Police have posted on the online website that they are looking for Martin “Marty” Szuch, 72, who has addresses in Providence, North Providence and Cranston. Szuch is wanted on a charge of obtaining money under false pretenses in a case that dates back to 2010. He has also allegedly committed similar crimes in the past, police said.


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