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November 27th

Football semifinals move to Wednesday night

November 27, 2012

On the surface, the decision to push back the entire slate of R.I. semifinal-round playoff games to Wednesday seems as simple as the quarterback receiving the snap.
Seven of the eight games on the docket were already based at venues where light fixtures are part of the ambiance. The lone exception: Woonsocket’s Barry Field.
However, thanks to Villa Novans athletic director George Nasuti obtaining portable lights, the situation was remedied.

Paul M. Breault

November 27, 2012

Paul M. Breault

BURRILLVILLE- Paul M. Breault 67, resident of Harrisville, passed away November 20, 2012 at the Landmark Medical Center in Woonsocket.
He was born in Providence RI, a son of the late Jesse & Anna (Riley) Breault.
Paul was salesman for the Nexus Co., previously he taught science at the Callahan School. He lived most of his life in Providence; he was an avid stamp collector and novelties. Paul enjoyed baseball and football.

Jeffrey D. McKenna

November 27, 2012

Jeffrey D. McKenna

WOONSOCKT- Jeffrey D. McKenna, 80, of Woonsocket, RI, passed away peacefully at his home on November 25, 2012 surrounded by friends and loves ones.
Born October 7, 1932 in Brooklyn, NY, son of the late Euclide and Emerilda (Decasse) McKenna.
He was the devoted husband of Doris (Cournoyer) McKenna with whom he shared 60 wonderful years.

Ryan Lavarnway to be featured at PawSox' Christmas Party

November 27, 2012

PAWTUCKET – The Pawtucket Red Sox will host their Annual Christmas Party at McCoy Stadium on Saturday, December 8 from 11 a.m.–2 p.m. The PawSox’ Christmas Party is a free event open to fans of all ages. Boston Red Sox catcher Ryan Lavarnway will make a special appearance along with two members of the PawSox Governors’ Cup championship, infielder Tony Thomas and outfielder Jeremy Hazelbaker.

Glenark deal draws City Council ire

November 27, 2012

WOONSOCKET — Members of the City Council had plenty to say about the potential loss of a $200,000 city loan owed by the 67-unit Glenark Landing housing complex Monday night, but also admitted that any fight regarding their concerns would be best taken to the General Assembly.
The discussion of the Glenark’s takeover by the Rhode Island Housing agency and potential foreclosure on Friday came during a council work session in the panel’s second floor meeting room at City Hall and included a number of council jabs that the agency was again hitting city taxpayers in their pocketbooks.

Ex-con goes on robbery spree

November 27, 2012

WOONSOCKET — An ex-con on an armed robbery spree got caught after holding up McDonald’s in North Smithfield early Saturday morning.
Vernon Lamont Thomas, 37, of 372 Robinson St., committed three of the crimes in five days and the last two in less than seven hours, according to police.
Thomas was arrested at Grove and Logee streets about 5:26 a.m. Saturday, about a mile from McDonald’s, still carrying a heavy cash drawer witnesses had seen him lugging away from the Park Square restaurant about an hour earlier, according to reports.

November 26th

High school football semifinals kick off tonight

November 26, 2012

Tonight’s the night. High school football’s version of the ‘Sweet Sixteen’. Four teams in each of the state’s four divisions battling for the right to be the eight that will play for a Super Bowl championship this weekend.
Three local teams — Cumberland, Woonsocket, and North Smithfield — are among the 16 that will suit up tonight in their respective semifinal-round games, with the Clippers and Villa Novans playing Division II games in the friendly confines of their home fields and the Northmen heading to Providence for a Division IV contest.

PC's Fortune welcomes heavy workload

November 26, 2012

PROVIDENCE — In a perfect world, Ed Cooley would have the luxury of bringing along Josh Fortune at a pace suitable for a freshman.
Instead of dipping his toe in the water and feeling his way around, Fortune has been tossed head first into the deep end of the pool. There would be no easing the 6-foot-5 guard into his new world, no spoon-feeding on a Providence College team where contributions these days are mandated, not expected.

Wilfred J. Provost, Sr.

November 26, 2012

Wilfred J. Provost, Sr.

WOONSOCKET- Wilfred J. "Pete" Provost, Sr., 92, of Bernon St., died November 25, 2012 at home. He was the husband of Stella R. (Lapierre) Provost, whom he married November 21, 1942.
Born in New Market, NH, he was the son of the late John and Marguerite (Tousignant) Provost.

Mary T. Mencucci

November 26, 2012

Mary T. Mencucci

NORTH SMITHFIELD- Mary T. (Urrico) Mencucci, 86, of East Old Greenville Rd., No. Smithfield, died November 21, 2012 in Landmark Medical Center, Woonsocket. She was the wife of Carlo Mencucci, Sr.
Born in Providence, she was the daughter of the late Frank and Grace (Gardella) Urrico.
Mrs. Mencucci was a homemaker and a communicant of Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Church, Woonsocket and also sang in its' choir.

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