Archive - Dec 30, 2013
WOONSOCKET â Family members of domestic violence victim Catherine Salvi say her condition has taken a dramatic turn for the worse at Rhode Island Hospital.
Mary Salvi said her doctors have informed the family that her daughter would stop breathing if she were taken off a respirator.
âTheyâre going to do one more test,â said a subdued Salvi, her voice trailing off. âWeâve never had to do something like this before.â
WOONSOCKET â Hereâs hoping that Bryan Berard succeeded in knocking off the skating rust last week at Adelard Arena.
Itâs one thing to glide around the ice while having a good time with your high school buddies, along with the Mount St. Charles hockey alumni who preceded your time on Logee Street. Come New Yearâs Eve, a much bigger audience will be watching Berard as the Woonsocket native and former Mountie standout joins forces with legends and greats of the Toronto Maple Leafs franchise.
BURRILLVILLE â Cumberland High head coach Mark Andreozzi had a particular plan long before the start of its initial tilt of the Burrillville Winter Classic. He wanted to play all three of his goalkeepers in an effort to give them more experience.
Then again, he also hoped his club would show enough wherewithal to skate off the Levy Rink ice with a victory.
The Clippers did just that Monday night, rallying for a tally in all three periods and claiming an upset 3-2 triumph over Division I/Eccleston League representative Barrington.
WOONSOCKET- Arthur J. Mongeon, Jr., 71, of Main Street, Woonsocket, died Sunday, December 22, 2013 at his home.
Born in Grafton, Massachusetts, he was a son of the late Arthur J. Mongeon, Sr. and Blanche L. (LeBeau) Mongeon.
Arthur was employed by Plansee Tszit of Franklin, MA for 10 years before his retirement. He loved dancing, Autumnfest and going to Twin River.