Archive - Apr 25, 2013
WOONSOCKET â Local fireworks retailers say while it is indeed possible to make a bomb if you harvest enough gunpowder from certain fireworks, they donât believe their wares are a threat to public safety.
A New Hampshire fireworks store has told the FBI that it sold $400 worth of fireworks in February to accused Boston bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev, who reportedly used gunpowder from two "Lock and Load" re-loadable mortar kits to make the explosives that killed three people and wounded more than 180 others on April 15.
LINCOLN â Lincoln High head coach Mike Ethier and his troops had hoped to derail the express that is Smithfield in a Division III âBattle of Unbeatensâ at Tiberii Field on Thursday afternoon.
Despite the fact that the Sentinels had entered the contest as the two-time defending D-III champion and had posted 36 consecutive league wins dating back to 2011, Ethier believed his Lions had the wherewithal to pull off what â at least this season â would be only a mild upset.
Lucille O. Arnold
BLACKSTONE- Lucille O. (DeVuyst) Arnold, 93, of Millville, died Wednesday, April 24, 2013 in Milford Regional Medical Center, Milford, MA. She was the wife of the late Fordys W. Arnold.
Born in Woonsocket, RI, she was the daughter of the late Philemon and Flora (Fontaine) DeVuyst. She lived in Bellingham for 47 years.
She leaves her son, Russell P. Arnold of Blackstone; her granddaughter, Meredith N. Arnold; and her great grandson, Andrew P. Arnold. She was predeceased by her sister, Vivian Lepage.
FT. MYERS, FL- Roland H. St Germain, 80, of Ft. Myers, FL, formerly of Bellingham, MA, passed away on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at the Philip Hulitar Inpatient Center, Providence, RI. He was the beloved husband for 56 years of Jeannette D. (Tessier) St Germain.
Born in Woonsocket, RI on July 16, 1932, he was the son of the late Henry and Gertrude (St. Amant) St Germain.
Gerald E. Turgeon
PASCOAG- Gerald E. Turgeon 79, of Donahue Rd. died Tuesday at RI Hospital.
He was born in Woonsocket, a son of the late Ernest and Lena Turgeon.
Gerry was a mechanic for the Marquis Service Station for thirty three years. He later worked as a stock person at the IGA in Pascoag for twenty years. Gerry was an avid card player and loved gambling at Foxwoods and Twin River.
He is survived by a brother, Lucien Turgeon of Woonsocket, and several nieces and nephews.