Archive - Nov 8, 2012
Dino Campopiano and his Shea High gridders wonât get another crack at Cumberland or St. Raphael this season.
Conversely, if Brian Coteâs Mount Hope squad were to cross paths with Woonsocket once again, such a matchup wouldnât take place until the Division II Super Bowl.
Peter Potemri of Woonsocket brushes off his snow-covered car on Thursday. The city resident since 1968 was not all that surprised by the snow, saying, âIt's November... weatherwise anything can happen.â
WOONSOCKET â The Museum of Work & Culture presents âA Hand in Time: The Art of Ben Butler,â an exhibition of over 30 pieces of three-dimensional work by award-winning Newport sculptor Ben Butler. The exhibit will be on display from Nov. 20 through Dec. 15.
An Artistâs Reception will be held Sunday, Dec. 2, from 4 to 7 p.m., open to the public with free admission.
In conjunction with Butlerâs sculptures, UMass-Dartmouth faculty member James Alan Edwardsâ documentary âBen Butler Sculptor: Objects from Oblivionâ will be screened throughout the exhibition.
John M. Tempest
NORTH SMITHFIELD- John M. Tempest, 61, of North Smithfield, died Wednesday, November 7, 2012 after a brief illness at his home.
Born in Providence, he was the son of the late Raymond D. and Marguerite (Lee) Tempest.
He was the loving husband of Nancy A. Spencer.
Laverne F. Provost
WOONSOCKET- Laverne F. Provost, 76, of Lilac Ave., Woonsocket, died Wednesday evening at home surrounded by her family. She was the wife of the late Joseph E. Provost.
Born in Arkansas, she was a daughter of the late Lum T. and Birdie Mills.
She was raised in Oklahoma and lived in California during her teen years. She met her future husband at Vance Air Force Base and they raised their family in Woonsocket.
BLACKSTONE â Former Blackstone Selectman Robert J. Dubois Tuesday lost his election bid for state representative of the 8th Worcester District after incumbent Republican state Rep. Kevin Kuros won re-election to the seat by a vote of 10,475 to 9,972. Dubois, a Blackstone Democrat, lost the seat by a margin of 503 votes.
WOONSOCKET â A legislative crackdown on pit bull dogs has been tabled by the City Council, which now says it wants to work more closely with pet owners to address growing concerns about the burgeoning population of the controversial canines.
City Council President John Ward, who proposed curbs on the dogs that mirror those in effect in Pawtucket for several years, says the council might have to be a little more creative to find a solution that balances the interests of responsible pet owners and the need to protect the public from vicious dogs.