Archive - Apr 27, 2011
EAST PROVIDENCE â This was a case of dĂ©jĂ vu that East Providence High liked and Mount St. Charles Academy didnât.
Courtney DeCastroâs second walkoff hit of the season, a run-scoring single with two outs in the home half of the eighth inning, drove in younger sister Amy DeCastro with the run that helped the Townies grab a 2-1 victory over the Mounties in their Division I crossover affair at Pierce Field.
PROVIDENCE â With the second half of the league season approaching quickly, Wednesday afternoon seemed as good a time as any for Woonsocket High head coach John Marsella to analyze his clubâs play up to this point.
Keep in mind Marsella was asked to grade his Villa Novans following a 4-2 loss to division-leader Central High at Joe Williams Field. Though Woonsocket owns an impressive record â 7-2 Division II-North â there is still room for growth and improvement, at least according to the top guy.
Anita Y. Howard
WOONSOCKET- Anita Y.(Montmarquette) Howard 69, of Loring St. died Monday at home.
She was born in Cumberland, a daughter of the late Leopold and Vitaline (Menard) Montmarquette.
Anita was a generous person who enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, and also enjoyed baking, painting and writing poetry.
Audrey Y. Lake
BELLINGHAM- Audrey Y. (Chick) Lake, of Pulaski Blvd. passed away peacefully at home on Sunday, April 10th She was the loving wife of Arthur Locke.
Born July 12, 1938, she was the daughter of the late Virgue A. & Kitty (Wasylean) Chick, she resided in Bellingham most of her life and was also a resident of Maine.
Besides her husband she leaves 3 daughters Roya, Roxanne, & Zarrin also 2 stepbrothers Gary & William Chick. Along with eight grandchildren and one great grandchild.
PROVIDENCE â Just two weeks after businesspeople from across the state flocked to the Statehouse to fight Gov. Lincoln Chafeeâs sales tax plan, Chafee marched into his opponentsâ camp, a Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce breakfast, to defend his proposal.
âThere is no doubt that taxes are harmful, thereâs no argument about that,â Chafee said in response to a question from Call Publisher Barry Mechanic. âItâs a cost we donât want to pay.â