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September 26th, 2015

Crew members of Cumberland’s Haunted Hill prepare for their 14th straight season

September 26, 2015

CUMBERLAND – A meat shop featuring human body parts. A school bus filled with Michael Myers look-alikes. A room with narrowing walls, and fog so thick that you can’t see the hand in front of your face. It isn’t the description of the next Hollywood blockbuster horror movie, but it is what visitors to Cumberland’s Haunted Hill will experience come opening night Oct. 2.

September 25th

Judge rules firefighter disability pension case must go to jury

September 25, 2015

WOONSOCKET – A Superior Court judge quietly issued a ruling in a local case this week that could end up making it harder for fire fighters who develop cancer to qualify for disability benefits. 

Associate Judge Richard Licht said Gary Boucher, 54, of Bellingham, must prove to a jury that his prostate cancer was work-related in order to convert his regular pension to a disability pension, said City Solicitor Michael Marcello.

Fish, Lions sweep Northmen

September 25, 2015

NORTH SMITHFIELD — Last week’s sweep at the hands of undefeated Barrington could’ve been the beginning of a losing streak for the upstart Lincoln girls volleyball team.
After all, the Lions had a week to stew on the defeat to the Eagles before facing undefeated Tolman Wednesday night and traveling to one-loss North Smithfield Friday night.

High School Football | Several area teams looking to avoid 0-2 start in league play

September 25, 2015