Woonsocket Mayor Settlement + Concern for RI Well being Teams

Hey guys from Woonsocket! It’s me again, Dan Hampton, with your latest Woonsocket daily.

Today we inform you of a settlement in a lawsuit, the defendants Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt violating the First Amendment rights of two Woonsocket Residents. Plus: Woonsocket The students returned to their classrooms and an admission of guilt was found in an investigation into the illegal sale of weapons and drugs providence and Woonsocket.

But first the weather today: Heavy rain in the morning. High: 71, Low: 53.

Here are today’s top stories in Woonsocket:

  1. The Associated Press reports two Woonsocket Local residents have opposed their lawsuit Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt. The two accused the mayor of harming her First amendment Rights by deleting her critical contributions Facebook Page and block them. Under the settlement Baldelli hunt agreed not to block people from their end based on the views of people through the. are protected First amendment. The city also has to pay $ 7,000 in fees and legal fees. (The Associated Press)
  2. Laura Pugliese from WLNE TV reports students across more than a dozen school districts Rhode Island Returned to the classroom Wednesday, inclusive Woonsocket. All schools needed masks earlier in the year amid rising cases of the delta variant of the coronavirus. (WLNE)
  3. Federal Prosecutor says Joel Figueroa, 25, of providence, Has pleaded guilty in two cases for the distribution of crack cocaine and for criminal possession of a firearm following an investigation into the sale of weapons and drugs in providence and Woonsocket. If convicted in November, he faces up to 50 years in prison. (U.S. Attorney’s Office for Rhode Island District)
  4. The Providence Journal has the latest coronavirus cases and rates for Woonsocket and elsewhere. (The Diary of Providence)
  5. Sarah Doiron and Shiina LoSciuto from WPRI-TV reports that health organizations fear an October 1st deadline for health workers in Rhode Island Getting vaccinated could inadvertently lead to a mass exodus. the Rhode Island Home Care Partnership said in a statement to the TV broadcaster that state health officials are removing home nursing staff from the Governor Dan McKees Requirement. (WPRI)

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Woonsocket Patch Notebook

  • The Woonsocket Cat Sanctuary call for items like paper towels and non-clumping cat litter. (Facebook)
  • The sanctuary also asked the residents if they had seen this cat. (Facebook)
  • The Woonsocket Historical Society marked Woonsockets Labor Day Parade over Court Street Bridge in 1899. (Facebook)
  • The RI Hospitality Association reminded residents of the upcoming golf day at the Quidnessett Country Club on October 4th. (Facebook)

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Dan Hampton

About me: Hello! My name is Dan Hampton and I am the Program Manager for Patch’s Community Publisher Initiative. Formerly Local Editor on Long Island for Port Washington, Wantagh-Seaford, Levittown, Glen Cove, Plainview, Syosset, New Hyde Park, Hicksville, Great Neck, Oyster Bay and Mineola. I’m the former national team news editor and a former news anchor for The Associated Press. I have a degree in journalism from Temple University in Philadelphia. Send tips and / or photos of your dog to [email protected]

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