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Order flowers and gifts from Wayside Floral Boutique located in Leicester MA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 1050 Main Street, Leicester Massachusetts 01524 Zip. The phone number is (508) 892-1486. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Wayside Floral Boutique in Leicester MA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Wayside Floral Boutique delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Wayside Floral Boutique
Address:
1050 Main Street
City:
Leicester
State:
Massachusetts
Zip Code:
01524
Phone number:
(508) 892-1486
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Find Wayside Floral Boutique directions to 1050 Main Street in Leicester, MA (Zip 01524) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 42.24606, -71.9076 respectively.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Jul 14, 2016

Family of Abbey Park murder victim Brendon Mason lay flowers at scene

Tuesday. A member of the public found Mr Mason lying injured near the boating lake at Leicester's Abbey Park shortly after 8am. He later died in hospital and police launched a murder inquiry. Yesterday, family members made a solemn pilgrimage to the scene to lay their floral tributes to the popular young Leicester City fan. Half a dozen bouquets and a sprinkling of long-stemmed gerbera daisies lay atop a Leicester City Champions flag, surrounded by three cardboard clappers given out to fans at the King Power stadium. The centrepiece is a candle in a glass marked with the initial 'B'. Nearby, specialist police officers in red wet-suits who have been carrying out the task of searching a muddy, smelly pond for clues, respectfully stopped what they were doing while the family members paused in solemn reflection. Once the family had left the officers, who have been wading in the knee-deep water remaining in the now almost fully-drained pond continued their grim search. Among messages on the bouquets was one which read: " Brendon, Son RIP we all love u and miss u. Fly high R+S XXXXX. Another read: "To Brendon. I hope you're still doing that big cheesy grin of yours up in heaven and telling all t... (Leicester Mercury)

Aug 15, 2016

Prosecutors seek long prison term for Nigerian who stole money from Missouri and Illinois women on promise of love

Monica T. Whitty, a professor at the University of Leicester, in the United Kingdom, who has studied “romance scams.” The scammers used pictures of men in uniform they found online, sometimes on memorial sites for those who died. The crooks used emails, instant messages, flowers, candy and other gifts to woo their targets. Some victims bought or picked out wedding gowns, or began using the fake last name Sunmola had adopted. “Once he had gained their confidence and love, he began systematically destroying them,” prosecutors said in a court document. Sunmola soon began concocting small emergencies that required cash: his credit card wasn’t accepted overseas or he needed money to pay for food or lodging. The requests grew until the victims’ financial assets were drained — or they finally caught on, prosecutors said. In Illinois, a woman from Bond County bought electronics and shipped them to Sunmola, reshipped items he had bought using stolen credit card information and took out cash advances on a credit card, Sunmola’s indictment claims. She later filed for bankruptcy, with debts of at least $98,000. The women who were not too ashamed to talk to investigators said that they collectively lost between $730,000 and $1 million, prosecutors wrote. He used the money for lavish parties, two Range Rover vehicles, four properties in South Africa and a $363,000 home in Nigeria. Sunmola also ran a scam involving stolen credit card numbers, an investigation by the South African Police Service, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and the U.S. Secret Service showed. His victims were unaware that credit cards and checks he sent to them were bogus, and that gifts of electronics were fraudulently purchased. Sometimes victims would be tricked a second time, when contacted by fake foreign “investigators” who claimed to have seized gifts the women sent to Sunmola and demanding thousands of dollars in “customs payments” to send them back. Sunmola, of Lagos, Nigeria, was indicted in 2013 and arrested in August 2014 by Scotland Yard as he was about to fly from London to South Africa, where he was living at the time. He was found with four cellphones, two laptop computers, two iPads, an iPod and 5,255 British pounds, court records show. Two days into his trial in March, Sunmola pleaded guilty to eight felonies, including mail fraud, wire fraud, conspiracy, and interstate extortion. Several of Sunmola’s victims, including Jane Doe 6, also fell victim to what Whitty and prosecutors call sexual abuse. He convinced them to send nude pictures or perform sexual acts by webcam and used them for blackmail. A Georgia woman was so “devastated” that her family put her on suicide watch, officials said. She lost her managerial job, was nearly prosecuted for cashing Sunmola’s bogus checks and now cleans toilets for... (STLtoday.com)

Jul 27, 2016

Plymouth blooms into life as busy bee volunteers plant yet more flowers in city centre

Plymouth is one of eight cities chosen to take part in the project alongside Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Ipswich, Leeds, Leicester and York. The three-year scheme will see each city receive 18 months' support thanks to a £1million plus grant from Biffa Award. Cllr Mike Leaves, cabinet member for the environment, added: "The wild flowers are a stunning addition to our city and a lot of people have commented on what a difference they make. "I'm also really pleased to see the beds have been designed by three of our apprentices. So this project is helping not just the bees and other pollinators, but our young people are learning skills too." To get involved in the Urban Buzz project, visit www.buglife.org.uk/urban-buzz/plymouth or contact Laura on laura.curry@buglife.org.uk READ NEXT: Tributes to popular mum Claire who has died, aged 41, after... Boy with learning difficulties accidentally left on school bus... Holy cow! Half-a-ton bovine falls off 75ft cliff, but sustains... (Plymouth Herald)

Sep 14, 2016

Leicester will be 'massive threat' in the Champions League... they're suited to European football, says Tim Flowers

Leicester's first taste of Champions League football arrives on WednesdayThe Foxes kick-off their group campaign against Club Bruges in BelgiumWednesday's match will see them play in Europe for first time in 16 years Red Star Belgrade visited Leicester on September 14, 2000 in UEFA CupTim Flowers expects the Foxes to go far in this term's Champions League By Laurie Whitwell for the Daily Mail Published: 16:39 EST, 13 September 2016 Updated: 16:39 EST, 13 September 2016 Leicester return to Europe on Wednesday night after 16 years and, while they are guaranteed a longer stay this time, they will seek to make a deeper impression.Red Star Belgrade visited Filbert Street on September 14, 2000 in the first round of the UEFA Cup and within 30 seconds the hosts were behind. Milenko Acimovic struck a ferocious 40-yard shot through the fog of the travelling fans' flares and into the back of goalkeeper Tim Flowers's net. Gerry Taggart equalised but the Yugoslavs won the second... (Daily Mail)

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