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September 10th

Daniel Poirier

September 10, 2013

Daniel Poirier

TUCSON, AZ-- Daniel Poirier, 91, passed away Thursday September 5, 2013 in Tucson, AZ.
He was born in Woonsocket and a former resident of Blackstone. He worked for Milot Bros., Grossmans and Goodhues before relocating to Tucson.
Daniel is survived by his wife Mary Linda, sons Daniel Jr. of Conway, SC, Michael of Blackstone, David of Uxbridge, Philip of Woonsocket, Joseph of Carlsbad, CA, daughter Danielle Lawrence of Becket, 10 grandchildren and numerous great grandchildren.
He served in the Marine Corp during WW II and saw action in the Pacific.

September 9th

North Smithfield to mark 9/11 with flag ceremony

September 9, 2013

Wednesday marks the 12th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on America. In Rhode Island, the day will be observed with a solemn ceremony in North Smithfield, where North Smithfield Fire & Rescue Services Chief Joel D. Jillson and his men will raise and lower the flag to half-staff in memory of those who lost their lives, including 343 firefighters.

“When we merged with the Primrose department six months after the event on Sept. 11, we incorporated the phrase ‘Never Forget’ in Latin on our new emblem patch and make no mistake, a lot of us have forgotten, unfortunately,” says Jillson.

Cumberland DUI arrests rising

September 9, 2013

CUMBERLAND – Local police say they arrested nearly twice as many people for drunken driving in 2012 as they did the previous year.
Sixty people were arrested for driving under the influence last year, a whopping 94 percent increase over the 31 DUI arrests that were made in 2011, Police Chief John R. Desmarais noted in the Cumberland Police Department’s annual report, which was presented to the Town Council last Wednesday.

Off to the finals: PawSox aren’t immune to callups, even with Governors’ Cup at stake

September 9, 2013

PAWTUCKET — Just because the Pawtucket Red Sox are three wins away from clinching yet another Governors’ Cup championship, it doesn’t mean the roster is untouchable.

Even amidst playoff competition, the Triple-A outfit remains at the beck and call of the parent club. The regular-season practice of providing reinforcements on a need basis does not get a reprieve just because of what teams like the PawSox have lined up over the next several days.

Clippers win field hockey opener with Purple

September 9, 2013

CUMBERLAND — With exactly 13:24 left in regulation, Cumberland High head coach Stefanie Capone-Bello called a timeout to express her dismay at her troops failing to heed her halftime advice.
“Girls, we just talked about this!” she stated to the huddle around her. “We need to improve, or we’re not getting anyway. You’re still swinging at the ball instead of passing it. Now let’s do a better job!”

Shirley T. Lacroix

September 9, 2013

Shirley T. Lacroix

WOONSOCKET- Shirley T. Lacroix, 72, of Manville Road, died on September 7, 2013 at her home. She was the wife of the late Eugene L. Lacroix.
Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Lillian (Gagne) Robeau.
Shirley worked for many years in the Accounts Payable Department of CVS here in Woonsocket.

Roland L. Piette Sr,

September 9, 2013

Roland L. Piette Sr,

SLATERSVILLE- Roland L. Piette Sr, 100, died September 8, 2013 in the Ballou Home.
Mr. Piette had been a resident of Slatersville for ninety six years on Providence Pike.
He was born in Millbury, MA, a son of the late Joseph and Marie (Daigle) Piette. He was the husband of the late Annette (Milliard) Piette to whom he had been married for sixty one years.
In World War II, he served in the Army in the Twelfth Armored Division, crossing France and Germany.

Josephine R. Sullivan, R.N.

September 9, 2013

Josephine R.
Sullivan, R.N.

BLACKSTONE- Josephine R. (Wayland) Sullivan, R.N., 90, of Blackstone, MA died Sunday, September 8, 2013. She was the widow of Charles F. Sullivan, Sr., who died May 6, 1989.
Born May 15, 1923, in Rockland, MA, she was the daughter of the late William S. and Margaret (Cullen) Wayland.

Theresa A. Plouffe

September 9, 2013

Theresa A. Plouffe

WOONSOCKET- Theresa A. (Brunelle) Plouffe, 80, formerly of Sixth Ave., died Saturday, September 7, 2013, in the Friendly Home, with her family by her side. She was the wife of the late Conrad R. Plouffe, who died in 1996.
She was the daughter of the late Armand J. and Lillian (Dubois) Brunelle.
Theresa was a Homemaker.

Theresa B. L'Etoile

September 9, 2013

Theresa B. L'Etoile

MANVILLE- Theresa B. L'Etoile, 96, of Parkway in Manville died Friday evening at Cortland Place in Smithfield.
She was a daughter of the late Auguste and Malvina (Grise) LEtoile and was a lifelong resident of Manville prior to moving to Cortland Place several years ago.
Theresa was employed at L. G. Balfour Company in Attleboro and in her younger years she worked at the Manville-Jenckes Mill.
Theresa was a lifelong communicant of St. James Parish. She enjoyed gardening, playing cards, baking, trips to Maine and area beaches and watching football.

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