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Opt-out clauses gives veterans some leverage

June 17, 2011

PAWTUCKET – As a safeguard, veteran players signing minor-league contracts often include opt-out clauses. Call it a creative response by agents in making sure their clients have the best chance of making it to the parent club.
Andrew Miller received a crash course in this cut-and-dry process earlier in the week. For those unfamiliar, Miller had a clause in his contract that would have granted him free agency Wednesday. The rangy lefthander let the deadline pass after being told by the Red Sox that he would soon be promoted to the major-league roster.

Pedestrian killed on Mendon Road

June 17, 2011

CUMBERLAND – A local woman died Friday morning after she and another woman were struck by a car while walking on the sidewalk along Mendon Road.
Kathleen Carpenter, 54, a married mother of two children, sustained fatal injuries in the accident and Judy Waterman, 53, also of Cumberland, sustained non-life-threatening injuries.
Cumberland Police Chief John R. Desmarais said the two women were out walking together at 6:30 a.m. as part of their regular morning routine when they were struck by a 1995 Buick sedan operated by Casey Rondeau, 26, of Woonsocket.

Woonsocket High awards 378 diplomas

June 17, 2011

WOONSOCKET – Just as adversity is said to produce great art, great students, too, can emerge from the most challenging academic circumstances.
And so it is with Woonsocket High School's class of 2011.
Despite facing some of the toughest graduation requirements with fewer resources than ever – or perhaps because of it – this year's crop of graduates is especially fine-tuned for the challenges of the future.

John Baptiste R. Martin

June 17, 2011

John Baptiste R.
Martin

SLATERSVILLE- John Baptiste R. Martin 82, of Church St. died Thursday at home surrounded by his loving wife and family. He was the husband of Martha (Nordby) Martin. John and Martha would have celebrated their 55th Wedding Anniversary, June 30, 2011.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late Lionel and Bertha (Boss) Martin.
He worked as a laborer for Ramco Co. before becoming disabled in 1977. John enjoyed fishing, was an avid gardener and loved to tease.

Doris T. Lamontagne

June 17, 2011

Doris T. Lamontagne

WOONSOCKET- Doris T. (Therien) Lamontagne 84, of MacArthur Rd, died Tuesday in the Oakland Grove Health Center. She was the wife of the late George Lamontagne.
She was born in Woonsocket, a daughter of the late Aime and Lydia (Pelletier) Therien.
Mrs. Lamontagne was a seamstress and floor manager for the former Finklestein's Co and was a supervisor for the Woonsocket Suit and Coat Co., retiring in 1981.

CUMBERLAND -- Although Frank Geiselman has officially retired from Cumberland High School...
CUMBERLAND — Even dating back to last summer, skipper Dave Belisle had a feeling his...
  BRISTOL  –  Sean Meers clubbed two homers, drove in five runs and scored...
BELLINGHAM – Like bats to the Batcave, legions of Batman fans swarmed Friendly Neighborhood Comics Wednesday to...
launched a new mass emergency notification system designed to alert residents of public safety threats, parking bans,...
WOONSOCKET – A move to punt City Council President Albert G. Brien from his leadership role on the panel ended...

 

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