Archive - Jun 18, 2013
EAST PROVIDENCE â How Jamison Randall landed a coveted spot in this weekâs Northeast Amateur Invitational can be traced back to last summerâs noteworthy accomplishment on the links.
For the Cumberland High alumnus and junior-to-be at Virginiaâs Old Dominion University, winning the R.I. Stroke Play Championship was akin to feasting oneâs eyes on a golden ticket after opening a Wonka bar.
WOONSOCKET â The school department and members of the Woonsocket Teachers Guild appear to be coming down to the wire on settlement of a new contract.
The Teachers Guild scheduled separate ratification meetings with its 482 represented teachers and 99 paraprofessionals for late this afternoon but whether they are held as planned could depend on resolution of last-minute issues involving the state Department of Educationâs position on Basic Education Plan requirements.
WOONSOCKET â He looked like he just walked off the set of the Dead End Kids, but the dark-eyed boy from Boston spoke in a soft voice without a hint of swagger.
Some of Johnny Martoranoâs classmates assumed his parents had sent him to Mount St. Charles Academy in 1955 because he needed some straightening out.
âThe boarders were a thing of mystery,â says John âClemâ McLaughlin, a Cumberland native who now lives in Sherman Oaks, Calif. âMaybe they didnât have a Catholic high school in their area, like me. Many parents sent their kids to Mount because the discipline was good.â
Roger E. Roy
NORTH SMITHFIELD- Roger E. Roy, 51, of North Smithfield, formerly of Woonsocket, died Saturday morning at home.
Born and raised in Woonsocket, he was a son of Vivian D. (Mandeville) Roy and the late Roger N. Roy.
He attended Woonsocket schools was a resident of Woonsocket for most of his life and lived in North Smithfield for the last 12 years.
Roger was a self-employed contractor operating R&R Painting in the local area for many years. He also previously worked at Electric Boat.
Roger A. Fontenault
GLOCESTER- Roger A., FONTENAULT, 87, formerly of Stirling Drive, died peacefully at his home, Monday, June 17, 2013. He was the husband of the late Beatrice F. (Labrosse) Fontenault and Claire M. (Vezina) Fontenault.
Born in Blackstone, MA, he was a son of the late Aldor and Cecile (Girard) Fontenualt.