BARTON â A thief wearing a wolf mask broke into Bartonâs Memory Lane during the very early hours Tuesday morning and stole between $15,000 and $20,000 worth of merchandise and a 400-pound safe.
The thieves stole gold and sterling silver jewelry, diamond earrings and other things.
It took years to build up the lost stock, store owners Dan and Catherine McMaster said. Most of the jewelry came from estates and many of the pieces were one of a kind. Some of the pieces were 100 years old.
NEWPORT CITY â The Newport City Council Monday scrambled to sign a resolution for the police departmentâs new 2013 Ford Interceptor cruisers â both of them, even though the council had initially approved the purchase or lease of only one.
âWe need to approve it because the police cars have already been delivered,â said city manager John Ward Jr. âThey were ordered in January.â
The department also had to order a new cage for the cruisers because the existing ones don't fit the new cruisers.
DERBY â Close to 100 people packed into the Derby Town Office Monday evening for the select boardâs regular meeting. Most were there to hear about and discuss the pending resignation of town clerk and treasurer Nicole Daigle.
During the meeting, Daigle announced that Sept. 30 will be her last day.
Daigle told the select board during an executive session several weeks ago that she had found a new job.
Daigle said she did not want to leave the town in a bind so she hired and was training Faye Morin so that come Town Meeting Day a candidate would be ready to take over Daigle's job.