Archive - Apr 26, 2012
NORTH SMITHFIELD â This one was almost too close for comfort.
Owners of a 7-1 lead just two innings into its Division II crossover contest with Middletown on Thursday afternoon, North Smithfield appeared to be well on its way to an easy win, and possibly one of the mercy-rule variety.
LINCOLN â Euphoria quickly gave way to frustration Thursday afternoon at rainy Chet Nichols Field.
Lincoln, which rallied for three runs in the home portion of the seventh inning to tie the game at 3-3 against visiting Toll Gate, watched as the Titans pushed across an unearned run in the top of the eighth to secure a 4-3 verdict.
By RUSS OLIVO
WOONSOCKET â Marlene Gagnon shoves her hand deep into a rack of multi-colored clothing and yanks out a long, white gown of slippery sateen fabric with a ribbon of hieroglyphic-like imagery running up the back.
âThatâs Cleopatra,â she says.
When William Jolicoeur went off to war as part of the 306th Infantry Regiment, 77th Division in 1917, he was part of a band of men that was very welcome in France. General John Pershing was glad to have them. Marshal Ferdinand Foch was glad to have them.
You see, they were from Woonsocket and could speak the native tongue, making them even more valuable than the other doughboys who were landing in Europe in droves.
Christopher A. Leduc
WOONSOCKET- Christopher A. Leduc 40, of Virginia Ave, passed away Monday April 23, in Landmark Medical Center.
He was born in Woonsocket, the son of Denise R. (Labine) Leduc and the late Robert P. Leduc.
Mr. Leduc was a stocker for CVS Warehouse for fourteen years. He was a sports enthusiast, avid bowler, and enjoyed paintball, and was a member of the Steel Reserve Paintball Team.
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