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Archive - Mar 2011

March 24th

Donald E. Fagnant

March 24, 2011

Donald E. Fagnant

WOONSOCKET- Donald E. Fagnant 80, of Park Ave. died March 19, 2011 at Mt. St. Francis Health Care Center. He was the husband of Marian (Rapacz) Fagnant.
Mr Fagnant was born in Woonsocket a son of the late Arthur and Edna (Massart) Fagnant.
He was a pipe shop supervisor for the Electric Boat Division of General Dynamics for twenty four years before retiring seventeen years ago. He enjoyed golfing, fishing, and bowling.

Judge gives Landmark more time for suitors

March 24, 2011

WOONSOCKET – The bid deadline for parties interested in buying Landmark Medical Center was supposed to be tomorrow, but a Superior Court judge has agreed to give the hospital a few more days to sort through competing offers.
The new cutoff is Wednesday, said Bill Fischer, a spokesman for the hospital. But the original date of April 1 for the special master in charge of the hospital to submit to the court all bids, with a recommended winner, remains in force, he said.

March 23rd

New England region fertile for Friars to recruit

March 23, 2011

PROVIDENCE — As he wrapped up his first press conference as Providence College’s new basketball coach, Ed Cooley was asked about his first order of business.
“Recruit, recruit, recruit,” was Cooley’s quick-to-the-point response.

New PC coach Cooley gives fans sense of confidence

March 23, 2011

PROVIDENCE – One could walk out of Alumni Hall draped in confidence that Providence College got it right this time.
That was Ed Cooley’s biggest accomplishment on Wednesday afternoon. He gave a fan base a reason to hope again. The Providence native is coming home to breath fresh air into a program that is begging for a turnaround, and he appears the correct guy for the job.

City outlaws drug paraphernalia near schools

March 23, 2011

WOONSOCKET — A campaign that began with the Beacon Charter High School for the Arts has prompted the City Council to pass a new law prohibiting the sale of crack pipes, bongs, rolling papers and other drug paraphernalia near schools.
It all started a few weeks ago, when Ahmad Alhanawi opened the “In and Out Mart” next door to the alternative high school, located at 320 Main St. Principal Robert Pilkington said teachers and students were looking forward to having a convenience store next door to the school so they could make quick pits stops for snacks.

Lucien J. Lamoureux

March 23, 2011

Lucien J. Lamoureux

WOONSOCKET- Lucien J. Lamoureux 87, of Cumberland Hill Rd. died Wednesday at Landmark Medical Center.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late Lionel and Albina (Lavoie) Lamoureux.
Mr. Lamoureux was employed at Mark Stevens Co. for twenty three years and had also worked in several area textile mills. He was a volunteer at LaSalette Shrine in Attleboro for over twenty five years.

Ernest J. Jacques

March 23, 2011

Ernest J. Jacques

ALBION- Ernest J. "Ernie" Jacques, 78, of School St., Albion, died Tuesday evening at The Holiday in Manville. He was the loving husband of Lillian (Henault) Jacques.
A lifelong resident of Albion, he was a son of the late Henry and Rosilda Jacques.
Mr. Jacques served in the Rhode Island National Guard for over 30 years. He was employed by American Tourister, Madison Industries, and BJs Wholesale Stores.

Robert E. Provencal Sr.

March 23, 2011

Robert E.
Provencal Sr.

WOONSOCKET- Robert E. Provencal Sr. of Grandview Ave. passed away on March 21, 2011 at Landmark Medical Ctr., he was the loving husband of Bonnie (Marshall) Provencal.
Born Jan. 22, 1948 in Woonsocket he was the son of Rita (Landry) Provencal of Woonsocket and the late Ernest Provencal.

Ernest A. Bouley

March 23, 2011

Ernest A. Bouley

NORTH SMITHFIELD- Ernest A. Bouley, 65, of Sharon Parkway, passed away peacefully Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston with his family by his side. He was the loving husband of Claire I. (Lafleur) Bouley. They were married for almost 44 years.
Born in Woonsocket on June 11, 1945, he was the son of the late Eugene E. Bouley Sr. and the late Rita (Tavernier) Bouley.
Ernest was employed as a bus driver for RIPTA for 36 years and operated the Fairmount /Walnut Hill route for many years.

March 22nd

Museum celebrates French culture

March 22, 2011

WOONSOCKET — Since it opened in 1997, the Museum of Work and Culture has related the story of the immigration of workers to the city’s thriving textile industry in the 1800s and early 1900s.
But like any good museum, the local historical resource has had to grow and change from time to time to keep drawing visitors through its doors.
Such an improvement was celebrated on Tuesday by one of the local groups playing a major role in the city’s textile manufacturing heyday, French Canadians.

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CENTRAL FALLS – North Smithfield withstood a stiff challenge from Central Falls on Friday...
WOONSOCKET – The Villa Novans stand one win away from clinching the school’s first-...
BLACKSTONE – Town officials from Blackstone where a squalid house containing the skeletal remains of three dead infants...
WOONSOCKET – Another member of the City Council has been named in a complaint sent to the Rhode Island Ethics...
PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Ethics Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to pursue investigations of complaints...

 

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