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Archive - Jan 26, 2011

Baldelli retires from baseball

January 26, 2011

WOONSOCKET — If anything, the announcement that Rocco Baldelli is retiring after a seven-year pro career and eight months shy of his 30th birthday should be viewed as an outpouring of relief for the Woonsocket native.
What was Baldelli? A good player, who showed flashes of talent that bordered on the greatness, the modern day answer to Napoleon Lajoie and Gabby Hartnett, two Hall of Famers with firm ties to the Blackstone Valley.

Snowstorms wreak havoc on high school schedules

January 26, 2011

This is truly the winter of our discontent when it comes to weather and high school sports schedules. The seemingly weekly snowstorms in Rhode Island have created a backlog of makeup games in all sports, none more so than in boys’ basketball, where a compressed schedule this season necessitated a natural three-game week even before Mother Nature threatened to turn the month of February into an NBA-like marathon for high school student/athletes.

Robert W. LaForest

January 26, 2011

Robert W. LaForest

WOONSOCKET- Robert W. LaForest, 81, passed away on January 18, 2011 at The Friendly Home surrounded by his loving family. He was the beloved husband of the late Cecile (Drouin) LaForest.
Born in Woonsocket on April 17, 1929, he was the son of the late Walter and Marie Anne (Rainville) LaForest.

Romeo J. Langlois

January 26, 2011

Romeo J. Langlois

HOLIDAY FL- Romeo J. Langlois, 84, of Holiday FL, died Sunday the 23rd of sudden illness.
Born Aug 19, 1926 in Harrisville, RI the son of Joseph and Marion Langlois,

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