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Archive - Sep 2011

September 23rd

Pierre R. Barthelemy

September 23, 2011

Pierre R. Barthelemy

WOONSOCKET- Pierre R. Barthelemy, 86, of Blakely St., died Thursday, September 22, 2011 in the Philip Hulitar Inpatient Center, Providence. He was the husband of sixty years of Doris R. (Guilbert) Barthelemy.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late Ephrem and Rose (Ouellette) Barthelemy.
Mr. Barthelemy worked twenty years as a Machinist for the Speidel Company. A WWII Army Veteran, Pierre served five Campaigns in Europe with the 83rd Infantry Division. He also was a Eucharistic Minister at Landmark Medical Center for many years.

Chafee, Flanders unveil five-year plan for C.F.

September 23, 2011

CENTRAL FALLS – Less than two months after Central Falls filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy, Gov. Lincoln Chafee and state-appointed Receiver Robert Flanders have put forward a five-year financial plan that, if approved by the Bankruptcy Court and creditors, would allow the city to continue to exist on its own, without being taken over by Pawtucket or carved up with the pieces parceled out among its neighbors.

Blackstone Valley Tourism Council holds 26th annual awards

September 23, 2011

LINCOLN — A record number of people came out to the Twin River Event Center on Thursday night to honor the author of a book on a record-setting baseball game, a Central Falls native who heads up the prestigious Wal-Mart Foundation and other special guests at the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council's 26th Annual Awards Dinner.

September 22nd

Imagine this autopsy done on Red Sox

September 22, 2011

Despite the panic that currently grips Red Sox fans, odds remain in Boston’s favor when it comes to securing a wild-card playoff berth. Two-game lead with six to play? Just win three of six and you’re in. The Angels and Rays aren’t going to run the table. What’s the big deal?

Lincoln girls strike late for soccer victory over N.S.

September 22, 2011

NORTH SMITHFIELD — Staring at a scoreless tie after the first half of Thursday’s Division II-North matchup with North Smithfield, Jillian DeSimone wasn’t nervous. But the Lincoln senior knew something had to be done differently if the Lions were going to escape the Northmen Athletic Complex with a ‘W’.
“I think in the first half we were just too relaxed,” she said. “I think that’s one of our problems. At the beginning of the game we were just too relaxed. We just needed to pick up the intensity.”

Ronald A. Comire, Jr.

September 22, 2011

Ronald A. Comire, Jr.

PROVIDENCE- Ronald A. Comire, Jr., 45, of Cathedral Square, died Tuesday, September 20, 2011 at home.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of Ronald A. Comire, Sr. and Jean (Martel) Comire, of No. Smithfield and the late Rose (Desjardin) Comire.
He was a self employed Carpenter.

Florence L. Courchesne

September 22, 2011

Florence L.
Courchesne

WOONSOCKET- Florence L. (Giard) Courchesne 98, died Tuesday at Trinity Health and Rehabilitation Center. She was the wife of the late George J. Courchesne who died in December 1996.
Born in Woonsocket, she was the daughter of the late Zotique and Leona (Picard) Giard.

September 21st

Woonsocket-Tolman matchup highlights football slate

September 21, 2011

Barry Field promises to be a packed house with plenty of energetic fans on Saturday afternoon when two-time Division II champion Woonsocket High entertains Tolman High in a Division II-B clash and a spirited rematch of last season’s Super Bowl.
And while the fans from both teams hope to see a battle that’s as thrilling and competitive as last year’s 6-0 regular-season victory by the Tigers and 28-14 Super Bowl triumph by the Novans, both head coaches, Tolman’s Dave Caito and Woonsocket’s Carnell Henderson, hope to see their respective teams play a lot better than they did a week ago.

Cost of renting rose fast in Woonsocket

September 21, 2011

WOONSOCKET — A new study says the cost of rental housing has risen faster here than any other community in the Blackstone Valley.
The HousingWorksRI 2011 Fact Book, released this week, says the average two-bedroom rent in the city during the second quarter of the year reached $993, almost 75 percent higher than it was a decade ago.
The main culprit behind skyrocketing rents is the continuing wave of foreclosures, the agency said.

Eileen Mastromatte

September 21, 2011

Eileen Mastromatteo

NORTH ATTLEBORO- Eileen (Lang) Mastromatteo age 85 years died in the Sturdy Memorial Hospital in Attleboro, Massachusetts on Tuesday, September 20, 2011.
Born in Norfolk, Massachusetts on November 21, 1925; she was the daughter of the late Philip and Amelia (Pescuma) Lang.
She graduated from Walpole High School with the class of 1943 and later from Kenneth's Hair Design School in Framingham. She has been a resident of North Attleboro for the past 14 years moving there from Franklin, Massachusetts where she spent 50 years.

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