DEM, HEALTH ADVISE PUBLIC TO AVOID CONTACT WITH ORANGE STRAY CAT IN NORTH SMITHFIELD DUE TO SUSPICION OF RABIES
PROVIDENCE - The Department of Environmental Management and the Department of Health (HEALTH) are advising residents of North Smithfield to avoid contact with a stray orange cat. The cat was in quarantine under observation for rabies, as it had sustained a wound of unknown origin, possibly from a rabid animal. The cat was not vaccinated against rabies.
On 09-13-13 about 7:00 PM members of the North Smithfield Police Department responded to 175 St. Paul St. for a report of an animal complaint.
North Smithfield Town Administrator Paulette Hamilton announced recently that the North Smithfield Heritage Association has garnered a $1,000 grant from National Grid as part of that company’s Community Energy program through the efforts of her office and those of Lori J. Spangler, manager for National Grid’s Community & Customer Management division in Rhode Island.
Shrek The Musical brings your favorite ogre to Rhode Island!
WHO The Stadium Theatre Performing Arts Centre presents the Encore Repertory Company production of Shrek The Musical!
On September 12, 2013 at approximately 2:14 A.M. the Woonsocket Police were called to 65/67 West Park Place for a report of a home invasion/robbery in progress with shots fired.
The Ghost Army Comes to Woonsocket
War, deception and art come together in The Ghost Army of WWII – Artists of Deception, a unique exhibit on display at the Museum of Work and Culture from November 11, 2013 to January 31, 2014.