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The Gross Thing This Subway Employee Did With Food In The Bathroom

Jumanne, a 28-year-old Subway employee from Providence, Rhode Island, believed he was running out of options. He admitted to being a "clout chaser" in an October 6 Facebook video, after posting other videos showing him trashing the Subway restaurant where he worked. He had a plan to stitch his own rap music video, which he had shot earlier at his Subway shop, to the end of one of the videos of him throwing food behind the restaurant's counter. "I'm about to do this video which I'm expecting it might get millions of views," he says on October 6. "So hopefully Meek will be able to see this," he added, referring to platinum-selling Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill.
PROVIDENCE, RI
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Dartmouth Mall’s Beloved Santa Frank Lawrence Passes Away

In a few short weeks, many homes across the SouthCoast will begin unpacking their holiday decorations, including years worth of photos with the area’s most beloved mall Santa. This past week, on October 13, Frank A. Lawrence – known famously as the Dartmouth Mall Santa – passed away after a...
DARTMOUTH, MA
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Firefighters battle two-alarm fire in Providence

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — Firefighters battled flames and smoke inside a masonry building at 56 Judith Street on Saturday afternoon. The fire was reported shortly before 3 p.m., leading to an extensive response by crews. Deputy Fire Chief Mahoney told 12 News, they were unable to attack the flames from the inside due to “extensive […]
PROVIDENCE, RI
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Coventry man faces DUI charge after crashing head-on into police cruiser

A 58-year-old Coventry man faces a charge of driving under the influence after he drove head-on into a police cruiser, injuring a police officer, the police said Friday. Patrick Sullivan will be arraigned in District Court on Wednesday, according to a news release issued by Coventry police Capt. Matthew Blair.
COVENTRY, RI
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Storms, cooler temps on deck as autumn expected to return tonight

WORCESTER — A cold front slowly making its way to the region will likely bring moderately stormy weather to Central Massachusetts around 8 p.m. Saturday, according to the National Weather Service (NWS) in Norton. "These storms generally aren't severe, although some isolated stronger storms with gusty winds and lightning could...
NORTON, MA
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Saturday’s WaterFire celebrates RI’s People of Color communities

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE)- Providence is gearing up for a WaterFire event Saturday evening. The lighting will begin 20 minutes past sunset, and will stay lit until 11 p.m. The event will celebrate Rhode Island’s Black, Indigenous, and People of Color communities. In addition, it will welcome parents and alumni for Brown University’s Family Weekend.
PROVIDENCE, RI
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Car Rollover Shuts Down Part of I-84 in Union

A car rollover has shut down part of Interstate 84 in Union as police conduct their investigation. Connecticut State Police said the left and center lanes of the eastbound side of the highway remain closed at this time. The crash happened in the area of exit 73. The accident was...
CONNECTICUT STATE
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Crews search for boater who never returned to shore

SOMERSET, R.I. (WLNE)- Crews searched all day Saturday for a man who they say went out on the Taunton River, and never returned. The search was called off around 6 p.m. Firefighters, police, and members of the Coast Guard searched the waters of the Somerset Yacht Club near Gay Street for the man who allegedly took a dingy to his boat around 5 p.m. on Friday.
SOMERSET, MA
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Display kicks off Annual Glocester Scarecrow Festival

GLOCESTER, RI (WJAR) — The Annual Glocester Scarecrow Festival has returned for its fourth year a year late, after being canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Residents have been creating scarecrows to be put on display at the Chepachet Union Church until the end of October. The festival...
GLOCESTER, RI
Boston Herald

High school football: Lawrence Academy too much for St. Sebastian’s

NEEDHAM – In a season of developing new traditions as a sort of revenge tour, Lawrence Academy has started to do a clap for each win in the postgame huddle following a victory. By spoiling St. Sebastian’s homecoming game Saturday afternoon, the Spartans are up to three. Just a week...
NEEDHAM, MA
Boston Herald

HS football: Norwood blasts Holliston 42-7

NORWOOD — As Subodh Dhakal and his teammates tapped Kevin Morrison’s memorial for inspiration Saturday, they did so with the hopes of making an assertion. Collectively, they were aiming to prove that Norwood is truly a program to watch within the MIAA’s Division 3 football rankings. Based on what transpired...
NORWOOD, MA
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Honorable burial held for Korean War Soldier in Cranston

CRANSTON, RI (WJAR) — A Korean War veteran from Rhode Island was laid to rest at Saint Ann's Cemetery in Cranston. A funeral and burial for Army First Lieutenant Anthony Mazzulla was held by family on Saturday, Oct. 16, 2021. The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency announced that Mazzulla was first...
CRANSTON, RI
Boston Herald

Eastern Massachusetts high school scores and highlights from Saturday

Grace Klingaman and Bella Collitti scored as Bishop Feehan (9-1-4) edged Austin Prep 2-1 in a Catholic Central League contest. Mackenzie Murphy scored the game-winner for Marshfield in their 1-0 victory over nonleague foe Notre Dame Academy (Hingham), 1-0. BOYS SOCCER. Connor Kohl scored twice and Grady Dewhurst netted the...
NEWTON, MA
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UMD beat Friars in final game of Ice Breaker

The University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) toppled the Providence College Friars, in their final game of the Ice Breaker tournament Saturday night. Providence would get the first goal of the game, and carry the 1-0 lead into the second period. From there UMD would control the play taking a 2-1...
DULUTH, MN
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