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Northmen give unbeaten Prout a battle

January 23, 2012

NORTH SMITHFIELD – Monday night saw North Smithfield come close to handing The Prout School its first league loss of the season. The Northmen managed to keep the contest close, but a strong push down the stretch enabled the Crusaders to waltz out of Lovett Gymnasium with a 69-61 triumph.

Woonsocket gridders remain in Division II

January 23, 2012

PROVIDENCE – The Woonsocket High School football program is staying put in Division II. In the case of Tolman High, Division I beckons after a successful stint in Division II.
Divisional alignments for several fall sports were ratified and approved at Monday’s meeting of the Rhode Island Interscholastic League Principals' Committee on Athletics. In the case of football, Woonsocket will remain in Division II, a league where the Villa Novans have resided since the 2006 season.

Mounties bury Barrington, 8-0

January 23, 2012

WOONSOCKET -- The final tally on shots on net in Monday night’s contest between Mount St. Charles and Barrington was an astounding 78-32 count in favor of the Mounties.
And while the Mounties managed to claim the Division I crossover game by an 8-0 score, they weren’t able to put away the visiting Eagles until the start of the third period, as they netted four goals in the first 7:18 of play to finally send the fans to Adelard Arena’s parking lot.

Officer Krawetz found guilty

January 23, 2012

PROVIDENCE — Seconds after a Superior Court judge found Lincoln police officer Edward M. Krawetz guilty of felony battery with a dangerous weapon — in this case, his shod foot — the defendant's wife, Lori, wiped away tears.
Several other family members just looked around in disbelief after Justice Edward C. Clifton announced his decision at about 12:10 p.m., Monday.

North End vulture plague worsens

January 23, 2012

WOONSOCKET — Robert Bouchard can still crack a joke about how his neighborhood is starting to remind him of the Hitchcock classic, “The Birds,” but don’t be fooled: He’s losing his sense of humor about the North End’s population of gloomy-looking vultures.
It’s growing, says Bouchard.
And so are his concerns about avian-borne disease and property values.
“The growth has been exponential,” says Bouchard. “It’s gotten to the point where you don’t even see a migratory dropoff of the population in the summertime anymore.”

Christiane Yvonne Goguen

January 23, 2012

Christiane Yvonne Goguen

GLASTONBURY, CT- Christiane Yvonne (LePollozec) Goguen, 86, wife of the late Robert Goguen, of Glastonbury and formerly Franklin, MA, died Monday, January 23, 2012, in New Britain.
Born in Rennes, France the daughter of the late Alexis and Melanie (LePeuc'h) LePollozec, she made her home in Franklin, MA for 56 years, moving to Glastonbury in 2003.

Lucien J. Lanctot

January 23, 2012

Lucien J. Lanctot

PAWTUCKET- Lucien J. Lanctot, 83, passed away on January 23rd. He was the husband of Lillian (Lepage) Lanctot.
Born in Lincoln, he was a son of the late Louis and Clarinda (Gagnon) Lanctot.
Lucien had been employed by Haskall Manufacturing for 20 years.
He was a veteran of the Korean War, a life member of the DAV and VFW and also was a member of the Royal Travelers for 20 years.
Besides his wife, he is survived by 3 sisters, Louise, Doris and Claire, 5 brothers, Edward, Francis, Aldor, Joseph and Raymond Lanctot. He was the brother of the late Romeo and Leon Lanctot.

Pamela L. Millette

January 23, 2012

Pamela L. Millette

NORTH SMITHFIELD- Pamela L. Millette, 45, of North Smithfield, passed away on Thursday, January 19, 2012 at her home.
She was born on Thursday, November 24, 1966, in Woonsocket, daughter of Rachel (Laporte) Felicio of North Smithfield and the late Manuel Manny Felicio.

Robert L. Bourque, Sr.

January 23, 2012

Robert L.
Bourque, Sr.

BLACKSTONE- Robert L. Bourque, Sr., 67, of Blackstone, died Saturday, January 21 2012 at home. He was the husband of Carol A. (MacDonald) Bourque whom he married May 9, 1964. Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late Henry and Irene (Lesperance) Bourque.
He worked twenty seven years for the Commonwealth of MA at State Hospitals, retiring as a Mason.

Chester E. Corey

January 23, 2012

Chester E. Corey

PUTNAM, CT.- Chester E. Corey of Putnam, CT. He was surrounded by his loving wife and children when he went to be with his Lord and Savior on January 20, 2012.
Born December 26, 1944 to Noella (Lavarierre) Bennett and Arthur Corey.
He was raised by his mother and step-father, Herbert Bennett, Sr. He lived in Putnam all his life graduating from Putnam High in 1963. He started the Bargain Buyer with his first wife, Phyllis in 1970, a local publication in Rhode Island.

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