5 Things, September 19: Nine More Drunk Drivers Arrested on Routes 24/195
Five Things You Need to Know Today: Nine More Drunk Drivers Arrested During Weekend Patrol Surge on Routes 24/195; Remembering Shayla Lutz; Know a Teen Looking for a Job?; and more...
"Five Things you Need to Know Today" is a Patch column that provides readers with essential, daily information at a glance.
1. Nine More Drunk Drivers Arrested During Weekend Patrol Surge on Routes 24/195
The following is from the Massachusetts State Police:
Massachusetts State Police Troop D continued their patrol initiative on Routes 24 and 195 in southeastern Massachusetts. The saturation patrols were deployed on both Friday and Saturday nights in the overnight hours.
There were a total of 9 OUI arrests, 14 arrests for other activities (warrants, etc.), 8 criminal summons issued and 334 civil motor vehicle issued this past weekend.
Highlights include one arrest for OUI third offense and another for OUI second offense with one citation issued for a vehicle operating at 103 mph.
2. Remembering Shayla Lutz
The funeral for Shayla Lutz, the three-year-old Stoughton girl who died on September 14 after she was involved in a fatal pedestrian accident in front of the Hansen School, will be held at the Immaculate Conception Church on Canton St. in Stoughton on Wednesday, Sept. 19, at 10:30 a.m.
Interment will take place at Evergreen Cemetery in Stoughton.
A trust fund for the Lutz family has been established at the Stoughton Co-Operative Bank. Donations may be made to The Lutz Family Trust at either of the Stoughton Co-Operative Bank's branches on Park St or mailed to the Lutz Family Trust, c/o Stoughton Co-operative Bank, PO Box 446, Stoughton, MA 02072.
Members of the Hansen School community are in the process of planning a candlelight vigil, but a date and time has not been confirmed. We will keep you posted when plans have been finalized.
3. Know a Teen Looking for a Job?
The following is from a press release from McDonald's:
McDonald’s restaurants in New England and Albany, NY are looking to hire up to 1,800 new crew members during a hiring event on September 20, 2012.
The one-day event will focus primarily on high school students who are interested in a position at McDonald’s.
McDonald’s First Job Opportunities program opens the door to high school students and others looking for a career that offers a fast paced environment focused on customer hospitality, learning new skills and fun.
On September 20, 2012 from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. every restaurant in the local area will take applications and conduct interviews on-site, as well as offer tours of the restaurant.
Locally, McDonald's has a Washington St. location in Stoughton and has a location on North Pearl St. in Brockton, just over the Stoughton line and one in Cobb's Corner in Canton, just over the Stoughton line.
Those interested in applying for an available position are encouraged to visit their participating local McDonald’s location or apply online at www.McDonalds.com/Careers.
4. Borrow a Kindle from the Stoughton Public Library
You can now check out a Kindle for two weeks from the Stoughton Public Library (for free).
Kindles come preloaded with a selection of popular titles. See a library staff member for more information.
You must be 18 or older and a Stoughton resident in order to borrow a Kindle.
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