Archive - Oct 26, 2011
WOONSOCKET â What is an appropriate slogan for the 2011 Mount St. Charles girlsâ volleyball teams?
âKeep the good times rollingâ seems applicable, given that the Mounties under the careful watch and observation of head coach Josh DâAbate have blossomed into a perennial championship contender. Standing at 13-0 in Division I-North with one regular season game remaining â tonight at home vs. La Salle â this Mount team is following in the footsteps of its decorated predecessors (MSC has posted a whopping 65-10 regular-season record since 2007, winning the Div. II championship in 2009).
There are phone calls and then there are phone calls like the one Mount St. Charles hockey coach Dave Belisle received from Catholic Memorial coach Bill Hanson in late September.
WOONSOCKET â Mayor Leo T. Fontaine may not have an opponent on next monthâs election ballot but he does have a cause.
Fontaine says heâs doing everything he can to persuade voters to reject the proposed synchronization of municipal, state and federal elections. Itâs one of four referendum questions that will appear on the ballot of the citywide election Nov. 8.
âIâm speaking out against it every chance I get,â says the mayor.
Robert L. Lemay
WOONSOCKET- Robert L. Lemay, 74, of St. Barnabe St., Woonsocket, died Tuesday. He was the husband of Claire H. (Duplessis) Lemay. They were married on September 3, 1956.
Born in Blackstone, he was a son of the late Leo and Anita (Robert) Lemay. He resided in Woonsocket for most of his life.
Mr. Lemay was a veteran of the Unites States Air Force.
Mr. Lemay's career spanned for over 30 years of service at Industrial Machine Corp. in Georgiaville until his retirement.
James J. Serra
BELLINGHAM- James J. "Jim" Serra, 51, of Bellingham, MA, died on October 21, 2011 in Rehoboth, MA in an automobile accident.
He was the beloved husband of Donna J. (Ferris) Serra and the loving father of Amber J. Serra of Bellingham.