A crowd estimated at 500 turned-out Friday night, July 3rd, at the Town’s Wrigglesworth Sports Complex for a fireworks display sponsored by the Blackstone Chamber of Commerce. Festival-goers praised the 15-minute display, which was fast-paced and highlighted by amplified patriotic music. The Chamber event featured free admission, included several food vendors, and a visit by a member of Congress. MORE PHOTOS: Page 12
Comments by COVID-19 pandemic skeptics who refuse to wear masks in public and point out that most of the virus’ deaths and hospitalizations are among those 65 and older, continue to disappoint Dr. Clay Hall.
Tammy Greene thought the ‘pop-pop-pop’ sounds outside her home Sunday morning were firecrackers, but this was no July 4th celebration.
Investigator Sam Murphy, shown here with Officer Jason Robertson, returned to the scene and took more photos Monday morning on Dinwiddie Avenue, where six bullets struck the home of Tammy Greene, who was wounded in both feet. Right photo shows where four of the six shots entered home, including the two that went through Ms. Greene's window.
Big pay raises in Town budget