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Firefighters battle 6-alarm blaze in Lincoln

October 31, 2013

LINCOLN – A fast moving six-alarm fire destroyed a significant portion of the historic Lonsdale Bleachery Mill complex Thursday night as scores of firefighters from Lincoln and surrounding northern Rhode Island communities did their best to contain it.

The fire came in as a box alarm from the mill complex at 5:12 p.m., according to Police Capt. Phillip Gould, and could be seen erupting from windows of a largely vacant mill building along the Blackstone River as fire companies arrived on scene.

BREAKING NEWS UPDATE: Lincoln mill fire goes to 6 alarms

October 31, 2013

LINCOLN - Firefighters from Woonsocket, Cumberland, Central Falls, Pawtucket and other communities assisted Lincoln Fire Department in battling a fast moving blaze at the vacant Lonsdale Bleachery that broke out about 5 p.m. on Halloween night. Fire crews doused the flames for several hours. The building partially collapsed. There was no word Thursday night on a cause. Read the full story, view additional photos in Friday's Call.

Fire at Lonsdale Mills

October 31, 2013

LINCOLN - A five-alarm fire ripped through the Lonsdale Mills early this evening.
Mutual aid was called from surrounding communities as flames were visible from well beyond the vacant mill, which early reports say has caused a partial collapse of the structure.
A reporter and photographer are at the scene, with more details coming as they are available.

Lt Col (Ret, USAF) Richard L. Ravenelle

October 31, 2013

Lt Col (Ret, USAF) Richard L. Ravenelle

BEDFORD- Lt. Col (Ret, USAF) Richard L. Ravenelle of 27 Buttonwood Road, Bedford died October 30th after a long illness.
Born September 5, 1929 in Woonsocket, RI, he was the son of Antonio and Germaine (Levesque) Ravenelle.

Frances M. Gulowacz Roy

October 31, 2013

Frances M.
Gulowacz Roy

WOONSOCKET- Frances M. (Ferland) Gulowacz Roy, 93, of South Main St., Woonsocket died Wednesday evening at home with her children close to her. She was the wife of the late Walter Gulowacz and the late Wilfred Roy.
Born on May 29, 1920 in St. Norbert, P.Q. Canada she was a daughter of the late Ignace and Marie (Rondeau) Ferland. She lived in Boston before moving to Woonsocket in 1961.
Frances was a longtime communicant of Holy Family Parish. She was an avid reader and cherished spending time with her family.

Simonne D. Desrosiers

October 31, 2013

Simonne D. Desrosiers

WOONSOCKET- Simonne D. Desrosiers, 91, of St. Antoine Residence, in North Smithfield, formerly of Grandview Ave. died Tuesday at Landmark Medical Center. She was the wife of the late Bernard J. Desrosiers Sr.
Born in St. Aimee, P. Q. Canada, she was a daughter of the late Josephat and Eugenie (Parenteau) Tardif.

October 30th

Ex-PawSox skipper Beyeler is a repeat champ

October 30, 2013

BOSTON – Wherever Arnie Beyeler goes, championships seem to follow.

One year after piloting the Pawtucket Red Sox to their first Governors’ Cup championship in 28 years, Beyeler received a promotion as the longtime minor-league manager joined the Boston Red Sox as the team’s first-base coach.
Just like that memorable September night when the PawSox celebrated the night away in Fort Mill, South Carolina, Beyeler found himself smack dab in the middle of another champagne-drenched celebration, this one taking place on a much brighter stage.

RED SOX WIN WORLD SERIES!

October 30, 2013

BOSTON – A year ago, they were dead last. Before the season, not many people around baseball believed they had enough talent to escape the American League East basement.
The 2013 Boston Red Sox made the free world stand up and take notice Wednesday night, capping off an incredible worst-to-first turnaround with a win over the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 6 of the World Series. The championship is the eighth in Boston franchise history and the third since 2004.

New champs are ‘in good shape’ moving forward

October 30, 2013

BOSTON – Whenever a season winds down, the inclination is to stare into a crystal ball, hoping that it will reveal answers regarding the future.

‘Big Hurt’ isn’t surprised with Big Papi’s success

October 30, 2013

BOSTON – In the eyes of Frank Thomas, David Ortiz didn’t become the top designated hitter on the planet purely by accident.

“To have success at that position, you’ve got to work on a lot of things during the game that people don’t see,” explained Thomas while watching the Red Sox take batting practice prior to Game 6 of the World Series. “You’ve got to stay mentally focused and you’ve got to stay loose to get up there and jump into a ballgame like you’re 100 percent ready to go.”

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