Archive - Jun 1, 2012
PROVIDENCE â€” There were T.J. Sorrentine and Mike Martin, two longtime buddies sitting Thursday night in a restaurant on Thayer Street. Earlier that day, it was revealed that Martin would be returning to his alma mater as the menâ€™s basketball head coach at Brown University.
WOONSOCKET â€” Coming off of a convincing 13-2 win over North Smithfield Wednesday afternoon to start their playoff run, the Woonsocket Villa Novans defeated the Narragansett Mariners, 4-2, to keep their playoff momentum going in the Division II Region 2 playoffs.
LINCOLN â€” The sixth time was the charm.
After watching a successful season get cut short in the Division III semifinal round in each of the last five years, Davies took a torch to the history books and finally earned the right to play for a state championship.
A 10-run uprising in the home half of the second inning, sparked by a grand slam home run to center field by Madison Cooper, and another remarkable outing by ace pitcher Madison Goodhart were the keys to the Patriotsâ€™ 15-2 triumph over Central Falls on Friday afternoon.
WOONSOCKET- Paulette R. Baillargeon, 74, of Woonsocket passed away peacefully on Friday, June 1, 2012 at the Woonsocket Health Center with her family by her side.
Born in Woonsocket on March 25, 1938, she was the daughter of the late William and Lucille (Lottinville) Baillargeon.
She was the beloved sister of Lucette Martel and her husband, Albert of Bellingham. She leaves her cherished nieces and nephew, Alan Martel and his wife Renee of Uxbridge, MA, Rochelle Mancuso of Millville, MA and Melissa Riley of Foxboro, MA.
William Michael Cree
BURRILLVILLE- William Billy Michael Cree, 63, resident of Burrillville, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, May 30, 2012, at the Landmark Medical Center in Woonsocket.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late William and Helen (Donovan) Cree.
PROVIDENCE â€“ A House Finance Committee meeting to unveil the General Assemblyâ€™s 2013 budget was delayed by about four hours Thursday due to last-minute wrangling about what would be in and out of the final document.
There was good news and bad news for hard pressed cities and towns in the budget, which will be debated and voted on by the full House of Representatives next Thursday.
Central Falls will receive a $2.6 million allocation to ease some of the harsher provisions of the cityâ€™s plan to emerge from bankruptcy.