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July 7th, 2014

Richard G. Menard

July 7, 2014

WOONSOCKET - Richard G. Menard, 59, of Woonsocket passed peacefully June 24th, 2014.
Born in Middletown CT he was a son of Dolores (Schramm) Menard and the late George Menard.
A Loving Father of Jason Menard, Tracy Austin, Grand Father of Trenton Austin, Bonnie Young, David Young Jr. Brother of Mary Fields and Denise Ayotte.
Richard was a proud US Army Veteran having honorably served his country in Vietnam.
He was a skilled General Contractor and worked in the Maintenance Engineering Departments of various companies in Cranston

July 6th

Paddlers prepared for 100-mile RI river tour

July 6, 2014

NORTH SMITHFIELD – The Paddle Across Rhode Island team escaped potential washout impacts from Hurricane Arthur’s close brush with the area and set out on their more that 100-mile journey from the town’s Meadows Recreation Complex on Sunday with perfect weather and perfect river conditions.

PawSox pitcher Barnes has perfect example to follow in Ranaudo

July 6, 2014

PAWTUCKET – There was a time when the slightest mention of Anthony Ranaudo’s injury-marred 2012 campaign would prompt the same kind of reaction Brad Pitt had in the film “Fight Club.”

Paraphrasing the 1999 move – “We don’t talk about it.”

“Looking back it kind of stinks thinking that I lost a full year of development, but I’ve put it behind me,” said Raunado about his aforementioned trying season while sitting in the PawSox dugout recently.

July 5th

Cumberland woman honors father with first long-distance bike ride

July 5, 2014

 
In early August, Lisa Walkin will participate in her first-ever Pan-Mass Challenge as a mere recreational bicyclist, and she admits she’s as nervous as any woman could be.
 
The 43-year-old Cumberland resident, who works as a physical therapist at a Woonsocket nursing home, will not be a member of any team, like thousands of others who have joined over the 30-plus years the ride has existed.
 

City’s broadcast museum needs funding to open

July 5, 2014

You have to know where it is on Main Street in Woonsocket to visit a local museum dedicated to largely antique television and radio broadcast equipment and then also set up an appointment with its founders and curators to make it inside.

But Paul Beck, president of the nonprofit Museum of Broadcast Technology at 162 Main St., hopes all that will change in the near future when the organization completes a plan to hold frequent public visit days to display its unique holdings of media technology.

July 4th

Tierney takes star-spangled Arnold Mills

July 4, 2014

 

Two years ago, Colin Tierney came in third place at the Arnold Mills Four-Mile Road Race. Last year, the recent Bishop Hendricken graduate and freshman-to-be at Columbia University crossed the finish line right behind the event’s winner, Brian Doyle, the son of former Ocean State marathon great Bobby Doyle. 

July 3rd

Local Legion squads push for playoffs

July 3, 2014

 

In Rhode Island American Legion, the Fourth of July is a reminder that the end is in sight for the 22-game regular season.

Woonsocket fireworks celebrate the 4th of July

July 3, 2014

Colorful fireworks light up the night sky above World War II Memorial State Park in Woonsocket Thursday night. Hundreds turned out for the concert and fireworks display that followed, ushering in the Fourth of July holiday weekend.

Robbery suspects chased off by store owner

July 3, 2014

WOONSOCKET – Two masked youths entered a convenience store located at 200 Dulude Ave. Thursday afternoon and attempted to rob the proprietor at gunpoint, police said.
The youths fled empty-handed after the woman behind the counter of Leon’s T&D Market picked up a telephone and told them she was calling the police, she told a reporter.
“They said, ‘Gimme all your money,’” the woman explained. “I had the phone in my hand. I said I’m calling the cops.”

Norman D. Marshall

July 3, 2014

Norman D. Marshall

NORTH SMITHFIELD - Norman D. Marshall, 82, of Greenville Rd., died June 28, 2014.
Born in Blackstone, MA he is the son of the late Isadore Thibeault and Jeanne (Forget) Marshall. He is the adopted son of the late Manuel Marshall and the brother of the late Jeanne Letondress.

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