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Archive - Feb 2011

February 3rd

Cumberland wrestlers take down Cranston West

February 3, 2011

CRANSTON — Two of the four heavyweight programs in Division I squared off on Thursday night. Cumberland and Cranston West threw haymakers at each other all night with the defending state champion Clippers getting off the deck to win a 36-28 slugfest.
Cumberland scored five pins, worth six points each in the team scoring, to a pair of deck jobs for the Falcons. Those pins, especially the ones scored by Brandon Ferreri and Tom Lacroix after Cranston West had taken a 25-21 lead after 160 pounds, proved the difference in this topsy-turvy match.

Woonsocket girls hoop team routs Lincoln

February 3, 2011

WOONSOCKET — Woonsocket High coach George Coderre likes the way his team has been playing lately with the postseason only a month away. The Villa Novans’ 57-33 rout of Lincoln High on Thursday night was the latest example.
The win by the Novans improves their record to 7-4 in Division I. It also comes just two days after Coderre’s crew lost a tight 52-51 decision to second-place Bay View Academy, a Bengal squad that demolished Woonsocket, 49-24, in its league opener back on Dec. 9.

School canceled in Woonsocket

February 3, 2011

WOONSOCKET — Concerns over the stability of roofs at local schools has put students out of school for another day. School Committee Chairman Marc Dubois said a decision to close city schools today was made last night after some roof support buckling was detected at the Citizen’s Elementary School by Henry Trudeau, maintenance supervisor.

Roland R. Rainville

February 3, 2011

Roland R. Rainville

WOONSOCKET- Roland R. Rainville 82, of Burrington St. died Monday at home surrounded by his loving family. He was the husband of Claire E. (Arsenault) Rainville.
Mr. Rainville was born in Woonsocket a son of the late Elce and Rose (Riendeau) Rainville, and foster son of the late Aurore (Riendeau) Plante.

Dorothy M. Beckwith

February 3, 2011

Dorothy M. Beckwith

BURRILLVILLE- Beckwith, Dorothy M. (Franklin), 84, passed away Wednesday, February 2, 2011.
Born in Smithfield, she was a daughter of the late Edwin and Lillian (Turgeon) Franklin.
She was a life long Burrillville resident and a textile worker with the former Worcester Textile for many years before retiring.
She was the sister of Pearl M. Irons, Eugene V., Earl R., Lloyd M. Franklin and the late Helen Daughtery, Roy and Edwin Franklin. She is also survived by many nieces, nephews and her beloved dog Charlie.

Edward O. Thatcher

February 3, 2011

Edward O. Thatcher

BURRILLVILLE- Edward O. Thatcher, 80, resident of Harrisville RI., passed away Feb. 2, 2011 at the Landmark Medical Center in Woonsocket.
He was the loving husband of his beloved wife of forty years, Grace (Martin) Thatcher.
He was born in Northbridge MA, a son of the late Ralph & Martha (Brierly) Thatcher.
Ed worked for the TuRex Co., as a set up man for over thirty years. He lived most of his life in Burrillville. He was a Korean Air Force Veteran.

Jozsef Lore

February 3, 2011

Jozsef Lore

SUTTON- Jozsef Lore, 80, died Monday, Jan. 31st in his home in the loving arms of his family after an extensive illness.
He leaves his wife, Rebecca M. (MacIver) Lore; six children, Jozsef Lore and his wife Carolyn of California; Elizabeth Lore of the United Kingdom; Franz Lore and his wife Nathalie of Pennsylvania; Honorable Jennifer Callahan and her husband Michael of Sutton; Attila Lore; Rebecca Snyder and her husband Jay of Sutton; two sisters Erzsebet and Margit of Hungary; and four grandchildren Alexandre, Jozsef, Sarah and Rachel.

February 2nd

Akinrola's making the grade at RIC

February 2, 2011

PROVIDENCE — Woonsocket’s Mike Akinrola is making a big impact on Rhode Island College’s basketball team this season.
The 6-foot-6 junior is averaging 14.3 points per game. He was named Little East Conference Co-Player of the Week last week after averaging 21.5 points and five rebounds in two games.

Trust is lost when verbal commitment is taken back

February 2, 2011

There’s a scene in Jerry Maguire in which Jerry, the do-anything-at-all-costs agent, is going over the particulars with Matt Cushman, father of quarterback and surefire top pick Frank. Besides appeasing his pseudo clients with dollar figures and draft stature, Jerry aims for some reassurance from the Cushman camp that he will be entrusted with the negotiations with the NFL team that selects Frank.
Matt Cushman closes the discussion with a firm handshake along with the following: “What you have is my whole word, and it’s stronger than oak.”

Woonsocket buildings collapse

February 2, 2011

WOONSOCKET – For a few moments, it felt like a train was hurtling through the neighborhood as Christine Lanoue shoveled the heavy, slushy snow in front of her home at the end of First Avenue yesterday.
“I heard a big rumbling and the whole ground was shaking,” she said. “I thought my house was collapsing.”

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