November 24th, 2014
BLACKSTONE â€“ The town has served the owner of 23 St. Paul St. with a statement of claim for $46,457, the total and final cost the town has incurred to deal with the tragedy that took place there.
Kristin Rivera of Woonsocket was served the claim on Nov. 12, and has 30 days from that date to pay that sum or the town will proceed with putting a tax lien on the property. Town officials are gearing up for the latter, saying Rivera has ignored all previous orders served to her.
For Shea High grid coach Dino Campopiano and his area brethren, it was business as usual Monday afternoon and evening.
He and his team conducted a practice under the dark, cloudy skies at the Max Read Field athletic complex in preparation of hosting archrival Tolman in a Division II crossover showdown at 7 p.m., Wednesday, despite the fact several meteorologists have forecast miserably wet and/or snowy weather through the Thanksgiving holiday.
John M. Mee
UXBRIDGE - John M. Mee, 68, died Wednesday, November 19, in the Milford Regional Medical Center. He is survived by his wife of 44 years, Fay (Reilly) Mee; two daughters, Shayleen McNeil, and her husband, Steve, of Plainville, and Shannon Mee, and her fiance, Jenny Derosiers, of Hudson; and three grandsons, Nicholas, Andrew and Robert McNeil.
Eugene E. Doyle
LADY LAKE, FL - Eugene E. Doyle, 87, Lady Lake, FL passed away on Friday, November 21, 2014 in The Villages, FL. He was born in Red Cloud, NE, and came to Lady Lake in 1989 from North Attleboro, Mass. He was a retired school teacher and retired attorney. He was a WWII Navy veteran serving in the South Pacific, a member of the Nebraska Bar Association, American Legion Post #347 of Lady Lake and St. Timothy Catholic Church in Lady Lake. His life was devoted to Christ and his Catholic faith.
WOONSOCKET - Pauline Elias, 45, formerly of Woonsocket, RI passed away November 20, 2014 at the Landmark Medical Center.
She was born in Woonsocket, RI daughter of Nadia (Rai) Elias of Pascoag, and the late Sam Elias.
Pauline worked for the former RIARC and every memorial day weekend she worked for the Special Olympics at URI and also competed and won many medals that she was so proud of.
Besides her mother, she is survived by a brother Philip Elias, and several aunts, uncles and cousins in Syria and Belgium.
Mary A. Tuite
WOONSOCKET - Mary A. (Kennedy) Tuite, 92, of Woonsocket, died Friday, November 21, 2014 in the St. Antoine Residence. She was the wife of the late Arthur J. Tuite. Born in Woonsocket, RI, she was the daughter of the late Henry P. and Nora A. (Barrett) Kennedy.
Mary was a communicant of All Saints Parrish. She was a member of the Holy Family Christian Group, the Golden Hearts Seniors Club, and was a longtime treasurer for the Waterview Activity Association.
WOONSOCKET â€“ John Chan knows all too well now that when two of your friends are movie co-directors and writers, you just have to go along with what they ask of you.
Thatâ€™s why the name of Chanâ€™s restaurant, Chanâ€™s Fine Oriental Dining on Main Street, can be seen on the side of a RIPTA bus used in Bobby and Peter Farrellyâ€™s new film â€śDumb and Dumber To,â€ť as it cleans up in theaters nationwide.
The RIPTA bus has a role in the filmâ€™s slapstick action early on and the advertisement on its side states â€śJazz & Blues Live at Chanâ€™s Egg Rolls and Jazz, Woonsocket, R.I.â€ť
CUMBERLAND – Nichole Barger began her high-school athletic career unsure about the long-term benefits of running.