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Windham native Heather Pfeifer, 36, who graduated from Pinkerton Academy in 1993, and The Pinball Wizard Arcade, located behind Chunky’s Cinema Pub on Route 38 in Pelham, are holding a breast cancer fundraiser in honor of Pfeifer’s mom and stepmom on April 4, 5 and 6 at the arcade.“They are the two most important women and friends in my life, and I am glad they are still with me,” Pfeifer said this week.“I know so many other people who were not so lucky.” Pfeifer’s stepmother was diagnosed with breast cancer 13 years ago, and overcame the disease following a partial mastectomy and radiation treatment.“She spent the next six months battling and, thankfully, overcoming it,” Pfiefer said.The two-time World champion was to compete at Cup of China and Trophee Eric Bompard. PELHAM -- Local gaming enthusiasts can partake in their favorite arcade offerings for a worthy cause next week when a Pinkerton Academy graduate teams with a local business to raise money to fight the disease that struck her mother and stepmother.satisfied with his explanation, and his references were excellent.Bob’s service to the Pelham Public Library has been nothing short of exemplary.The purchased items ended up in Rice’s possession or in online auctions on e Bay, according to court documents.In some cases, Rice allegedly used city funds to pay for items that were not shipped, then kept the refund checks sent to him by vendors, Conley said.
Thanks to research and fundraising like this walk, she had the best doctors and treatment available to her.” grand jury handed up the 21count indictment charging Rice, former director of the Revere Public Library, with stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars by purchasing items with city funds and either keeping them or selling them and pocketing the proceeds, District Attorney Daniel F. 45, of Rowley, Mass., with three counts of larceny over 0, three counts of embezzlement by a city officer, and 15 counts of procurement fraud. Rice is expected to be arraigned on the charges in Suffolk Superior Court on April 1.
Caulfield said that Labonte also suffers from “intractable” leg pain associated with his insulin-dependent diabetes.
Labonte had intentionally overdosed on insulin at the time of the standoff, Caulfield said.
George Labonte Sr., 72, of 4 Jones Road in Pelham, had been held on ,000 cash bail at the Valley Street jail in Manchester since his arrest on Jan.
15 after a 33-hour standoff with police outside his home.