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July 15th

Therese Perron

July 15, 2013

Therese Perron

NORTH SMITHFIELD - Perron, Therese (Poisson) 80, of Eddie Dowling Highway, died Thursday, July 11, at home. She was the beloved wife of Richard Perron.
Born in Pawtucket, a daughter of the late Laura (Lachapelle) and Henri Poisson, Jr., she was raised in the Manville section of Lincoln, and lived there for many years, before moving to Central Falls, and then North Smithfield in 1973.
Mrs. Perron was employed for many years by Mine Safety Appliances before retiring. She loved knitting and needlecraft, and cooking. She was a communicant of Saint James Church, Manville.

Claire I. Souders

July 15, 2013

Claire I. Souders

WOONSOCKET- Claire I. Souders 82, of Carnation St., died Thursday at RI Hospital. She was the wife of Charles H. Souders.
Born in Woonsocket, she was a daughter of the late Arthur and Eva (Baril) Bourassa.
Claire was a stitcher for the former Uni-Royal Co. for twenty years, until they closed. She then went back to school and became a LPN and worked at Fatima Hospital for several years. She enjoyed cooking, reading, traveling and gardening.

Legal challenge on retiree benefits loses first round in court

July 15, 2013

WOONSOCKET – A Superior Court judge on Friday denied a retired policeman’s petition for a temporary restraining order prohibiting the city from cutting his health care benefits without collective bargaining.
Associate Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Lamphear ruled that Glen Hebert faces no imminent harm as a result of a switch in health coverage imposed on him by the Budget Commission, effective July 1, according to his lawyer, Edward C. Roy Jr.

Anna Makar

July 15, 2013

Anna Makar

BLACKSTONE- Anna (Kostyk) Makar, 93, of Blackstone, MA. died Sunday, July 14, 2013 at the Holiday Retirememt Home in Manviile, RI.

Dennis J. Cabral

July 15, 2013

Dennis J. Cabral

BLACKSTONE, MA- Dennis J. Cabral, 70, of Blackstone and formerly of Uxbridge passed away Fri. July 12, 2013 in Milford Regional Medical Ctr., Milford with his family by his side.
He was born in Woonsocket, RI in 1942 the son of the late John C. and Lillian Maria (Pacheco) Cabral.
He was a veteran of the Vietnam Conflict, serving in the U.S. Air Force for 4 years.

July 14th

Lincoln nets trip to state tourney with 13-2 win over CALL

July 14, 2013

LINCOLN -- Southpaw Kyle Marrapese hurled four-plus innings of superb relief and teammate Dominic Cunha went 2-for-2 with a double, walk, three RBI and two runs scored on Sunday night.
With that and more, the Lincoln All-Stars snatched an easier-than-expected 13-2 victory over Cumberland National in the R.I. Little League District IV Tournament’s title tilt at Randy Hien Field late Sunday night.
In the process, Lincoln inked its return to the state tourney, and will begin play on Saturday at Cranston Western’s home.

BMR taps Davis as interim schools chief

July 14, 2013

BLACKSTONE – The Blackstone/Millville Regional District School Committee has named Perry Davis as interim superintendent of schools while the search continues for a permanent replacement for Kimberly Shaver-Hood.
Shaver-Hood resigned her post to take on the superintendent position with Wareham Public Schools.
Under the process developed by the District School Committee to fill Shaver-Hood’s post, the interim superintendent will serve during the 2013-2014 school year.

Think you can scam the system? Don't bet on it!

July 14, 2013

LINCOLN – In the pantheon of table games, they say craps offers the well-schooled gambler with a head for numbers the best chance of beating the odds.
But on a busy night when chips are flying around an exotic mix of mind-boggling games with names like Spanish 21 and Pai Gow Poker, this may be the safest bet in the house: somebody’s trying to rig the system.
That’s where Detective Lt. John Flaherty comes in. The 23-year veteran of the state police is in charge of the new Gaming Enforcement Unit, created to squeeze cheating and corruption out of the table game business at Twin River.

July 12th

Lincoln, CALL advance to District 4 Major title game

July 12, 2013

WOONSOCKET — Perhaps 10 minutes after the Lincoln All-Stars had clinched its second straight appearance in the championship final of the R.I. Little League District IV Major Division (11-12) Tournament – courtesy of a 10-3 victory over Cumberland National at Bernon’s Ayotte Field on Friday night – manager Matt Netto expressed some dissatisfaction.

Convention Center show features prehistoric creatures this weekend

July 12, 2013

PROVIDENCE – Eight-year-old Estuardo Estrada of Providence stares up into the beady eyes of a Triceratops, a three-horned, plant-eating dinosaur that roamed the earth 65 million years ago.
Illuminated by overhead multi-colored lights, the beast’s head – boasting the largest skull of all land mammals — suddenly moves from side to side, it’s short, pointed tail wagging in unison.
The creature suddenly lets out a roar, startling Estrada and the crowd of other junior paleontologists standing nearby.
Wide-eyed and breathless, Estrada grips the hand of his stepfather Gabriel Vargas.

WOONSOCKET – Richard Lawrence swears by the creed of sportsmanship and fair play. The Mount...
CUMBERLAND – With bullish senior running back Mike Stock at the helm, Cumberland High...
CENTRAL FALLS – North Smithfield withstood a stiff challenge from Central Falls on Friday...
WOONSOCKET – Landmark Medical Center will be among the state’s hospitals to conduct “stress tests” on Ebola response...
BLACKSTONE – Town officials from Blackstone where a squalid house containing the skeletal remains of three dead infants...
WOONSOCKET – Another member of the City Council has been named in a complaint sent to the Rhode Island Ethics...

 

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