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October 18th, 2010
SEEKONK â€” A man wearing a white hooded sweatshirt, dark pants and light-colored bandana over his face robbed an undisclosed amount of money from a Bank of America in the south section of town at approximately 12:30 p.m., Monday, Seekonk Police Capt. Craig Mace stated.
Witnesses told officers the man demanded money from a female teller. She immediately gave the suspect cash before he left the bank, located at 1021 Fall River Ave., and entered a green minivan, which had been parked near a planter abutting a nearby McDonald's restaurant.
PAWTUCKET â€” Weaving together past and present uses for yarns and other fibers, Providence Yarn Company, an 80- year-old family business, is soon relocating to new headquarters on Division Street.
The company has recently purchased a 24,000-square foot building to house its retail and wholesale operations at 50 Division St., relocating from its former leased space at 225 Conant St. in Pawtucket. Providence Yarn is expected to occupy and operate out of its new location in early November, and will also be holding a grand opening of its retail store, The Yarn Outlet (date to be announced).
PROVIDENCE â€“ After fielding the same questions theyâ€™ve by now heard at nearly 30 debates and forums, the four major candidates for governor have their answers polished to a point where a political consultant could see his/her face reflected in them.
Those answers were trotted out once again Thursday at Brown University in response to questions posed by political science Professor Marion Orr before a mostly student audience that filled one of the schoolâ€™s lecture halls.
PAWTUCKET â€” Like â€śtrickâ€ť birthday candles, hot spots continued to
flare up in the rubble of the Union Wadding Mill complex as late as
Friday afternoon, keeping city firefighters busy. According to Robert
Howe, the city's Emergency Management Director, two engine
companies and a ladder truck remained on the scene, trying to douse
smoldering areas of the sprawling, circa 1847 brick building.