Archive - Oct 19, 2011
At the end of November, these could be potential semifinal-round playoff contests, but this weekend, they are merely two regular-season games that highlight the Blackstone Valleyâs high school schedule.
In what may arguably be the game of the weekend in the entire state, East Providence heads to Warwick on Friday for a 7 p.m. showdown of 3-1 squads with defending Division I champ Bishop Hendricken at the Hawksâ Hayden Field. Both teams are in a three-way tie for second place with Cranston West (3-1) and right behind La Salle (4-0).
Pawtucket native Gerry Philbin developed a case of laryngitis earlier this week during the hectic two days that preceded his induction into the New York Jetsâ Ring of Honor on Monday night.
WOONSOCKET â Hereâs the $6 million question: Does the pension reform proposal now in the hands of the General Assembly pull the city back from the brink of impending financial calamity?
Hereâs the answer: Too soon to tell.
James B. Burns
NO. SMITHFIELD- James B. Burns, age 82, of No. Smithfield, a former district sales manager for the General Electric Company, died Tuesday, October 18, 2011 in the Philip Hulitar Inpatient Center, Providence. He was the husband of Kathleen (Toomey) Burns.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late Matthew J. and Alice (Kilcline) Burns and had lived in RI for most of his life.
He also lived in Simsbury, Ct for a period of time while working for General Electric. After retiring from General Electric, he worked for the former Electric Maintenance Works, Woonsocket.
Cora B. Roberts
N. SMITHFIELD- Cora B. Roberts 101, of 10 Rhodes Ave. died Monday at Landmark Medical Center. She was the wife of the late Leo T. Roberts with whom she celebrated 58 years of marriage.
Born in Woonsocket the daughter of the late Alfred and Regina (Beauregard) Bergeron, she was formerly of Buell Ave, and had lived most of her life in North Smithfield.
Mrs. Roberts was a bookkeeper for several area businesses including the former Grants Department Store. In her spare time she enjoyed gardening.
PROVIDENCE- Rev. Frederick K. Jellison, 96, of East Street died Tuesday, October 11, 2011 at the Tockwotton Home, Providence. He was the husband of the late Ruth E. (Cummings) Jellison. They were married for over 67 years.
Born in Bangor, ME, a son of the late Hosea E. and Olive I. (Doherty) Jellison, he had lived in Woonsocket for 25 years, Lincoln for 27 years, North Providence for 2 years before moving to Providence 1 years ago.