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PAWTUCKET – Thanks to the Rhode Island State Police, city authorities finally tracked down on Thursday afternoon a “scrooge” for allegedly stealing some of his ex-girlfriend’s family members’ and friends’ gifts on Christmas Day.
CUMBERLAND – After a lengthy review process for the 16 candidates still showing interest in replacing Paul DiModica on the School Committee, the town council last Wednesday chose Amy Vogel, CEOO and vice president of business of operations for Dr. Day Care, Kids Klub, Inc., to fill the post.
It must get very cold at night for Donna Sanders to flip the furnace switch. Single digits might do it.
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FOXBORO – Former Brown University football head coach Phil Estes touched base with his good friend Bill O’Brien early last week. O’Brien was in Philadelphia, recruiting on behalf of the University of Alabama.
PROVIDENCE – The Friars have played nine halves of basketball since Jared Bynum exited the first half of the Jan. 4 game against Connecticut. That shakes out to 4½ games sans the program’s proven floor general.
SMITHFIELD – For Amaya Dowdy, timing proved everything on Sunday afternoon.
PROVIDENCE – There was Ed Cooley, addressing a crowded ballroom located inside the Rhode Island Convention Center. It was T-minus an hour to go before Saturday’s game against DePaul.
The City of Pawtucket’s Arts and Culture Commission hosts a major exhibit of the work of 90-year-old, internationally-acclaimed artist, Mihail Simeonov, running from Sept. 19 through Dec. 31, 2019. An opening reception to meet Mihai will be held at Pawtucket City Hall, Thursday, Sept. 19, fr…
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