Archive - Nov 21, 2012
Take a good look at that bird youâ€™re about to slice today.
Maybe not. But it should.
In the race for top billing among Americaâ€™s most-consumed meat and poultry products, the venerable turkey still trots far behind chicken, beef and pork. But turkeyâ€™s made some great strides in recent years, and itâ€™s no thanks to Thanksgiving Day.
Marjorie R. Esten
NO. SMITHFIELD- Marjorie R. (Rose) Esten, 89, of Village Way, No. Smithfield, RI, died November 14, 2012 in Landmark Medical Center, Woonsocket. She was the wife of the late E. Winsor Esten, Jr.
Born in Woonsocket, she was the daughter of the late William and Maybelle (Strickland) Rose.
Mrs. Esten was a faithful communicant and a very active member of St. James Episcopal Church. She was always willing to dedicate her time to her local food bank.
WOONSOCKET â€“ When Tina Perkins answered the pounding on the rectory door, the pastorâ€™s wife from St. Michaelâ€™s Ukrainian Orthodox Church couldnâ€™t believe what she was seeing.
Flames had broken through the roof of the iconic granite church located at 74 Harris Ave., just 20 yards or so from the side door of the rectory.
â€śThe firefighters were banging on the door, telling us to get the kids out of the house,â€ť she said. â€śThe back of the church was engulfed in flames. It got up into the roof and was coming through the rafters.â€ť
WOONSOCKET â€” Stacie Goulet, Audrey Harris, and Christine Dumont will get the River Island Park memorial their families had been promised but never saw completed.
The City Council on Monday voted unanimously to allow the families to plant a tree near a plaque that had been installed in at the park when the families saw Jeffery Mailhot convicted in March of 2006 of the serial killings of Harris, 33, and Dumont, 42, and Goulet, 25.