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Mount, Catholic Memorial tie

February 16, 2011

WOONSOCKET — Mount St. Charles Academy and Catholic Memorial got exactly what they needed from their non-league clash on Wednesday.
For the Mounties, they got a very competitive contest with one of Massachusetts’ premier teams -- a game that will help them prepare for the Division I playoffs that get under way in two weekends.
But for the Knights, they picked up something a bit more important to them -- a point that moves them closer to earning a return trip to their Division 1A Super Eight state tourney.

Cumberland holds off Warwick

February 16, 2011

CUMBERLAND — The Cumberland High wrestling program runs as deep as the roots head coach Steve Gordon has nurtured in this town since moving here nearly 50 years ago.
The Clippers finished their second straight undefeated dual-meet season on Wednesday night with a 37-20 spanking of equally unbeaten Warwick Veterans, which was the favored team heading into this showdown between Division I’s two elite squads.

Tennessee chain eyes Landmark

February 16, 2011

WOONSOCKET — Seven weeks before the court-imposed deadline for choosing a buyer, Landmark Medical Center has signed a non-binding letter of intent calling for a Tennessee-based hospital chain to buy the Cass Avenue hospital and the affiliated Rehabilitation Hospital of Rhode Island in North Smithfield.

Marie Anne C. Mayer

February 16, 2011

Marie Anne C. Mayer

NORTH SMITHFIELD- Marie Anne C. Mayer, 82, of Great Rd. North Smithfield, died Tuesday evening at Landmark Medical Center. She was the wife of the late Adrien "Babe" Mayer.
Born in Woonsocket, she was a daughter of the late Wilfred and Anna (Guertin) Vadenais.
She resided in Woonsocket for most of her life and lived in North Smithfield for the past 17 years.
Mrs. Mayer worked for American Tourister and later for AT Cross before retiring in 1992.
She was a former member of the North Smithfield Senior Citizens Club.

Philip R. Barden

February 16, 2011

Philip R. Barden

WOONSOCKET- BARDEN, PHILIP R., 63, passed away on Thursday, February 10, 2011at Landmark Hospital. He was the husband of Linda D. Barden.
Born in Providence, he was a son of the late Richard and Lillian (Hailoch) Barden.
Philip was employed for over 30 years at the Pray Trucking Company in Seekonk, MA. He was a Vietnam veteran serving in the U. S. Navy.
He was the father of Philip R. Barden Jr. and Christine Barden; grandfather of Christopher Robert Barden. He was the brother of Marsha Barden.

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