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September 8th, 2012

Evans enjoys big day as Woonsocket blasts E.P.

September 8, 2012

WOONSOCKET — Inside the Barry Field meeting/locker room hangs a sign reading simply, “Discipline: Do what has to be done; when it has to be done; as well as it can be done; do it that way all the time.”
Excepting a couple of fumbles (one lost) and five penalties for a minus-32 yards, Woonsocket High pretty much followed those instructions to a “T” in its Challenge Cup non-league tilt against East Providence High on what became a soggy Saturday afternoon.

Town gets $64K from recycling program

September 8, 2012

CUMBERLAND — The town will receive more than $64,000 from the Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (RIRRC) as part of the statewide Recycling Revenue Share Program.
Cumberland delivered 3,023.77 tons of recycled material for a total profit share of $64,838. The money will help support local recycling programs.
RIRRC is providing cities and towns with the cash rebates based on how much each municipality has increased its recycling rate. The corporation has made $1.94 million in profits from the sale of household recyclables this year, which will be disbursed to 36 communities.

OFF TO THE RACES!

September 8, 2012

A team representing The Call, aptly named “Time to Call” (top of photo), was among 21 squads that participated Saturday in the Chinese Dragon Boat Races along the Blackstone River, which are part of the annual Pawtucket Arts Festival. Also pictured are the "Electric Dragons" (front), who won the heat, and the "RI Hash House Harriers."

September 7th

PawSox honor Labossiere for 40 years of service

September 7, 2012

PAWTUCKET — There was Paul Labossiere, as usual focused on the task at hand inside the McCoy Stadium ticket office. To this Central Falls native and current Lincoln resident, Labor Day Monday was typical – no deviation in the slightest from the previous 71 PawSox home dates in the 2012 season, or the 39 years of loyal service that preceded this one.

Richard A. Ravenelle, Jr.

September 7, 2012

Richard A.
Ravenelle, Jr.

BLACKSTONE- Richard A. Ravenelle, Jr. 52, of Ives St., died Tuesday, September 4, 2012 at home.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of Richard and Christina (Rawlings) Ravenelle, Sr. of Providence and the late Dorothy (Audette) Ravenelle.
Mr. Ravenelle worked in construction for various companies over the years. He loved all sports and, in particular, he loved riding his mortorcycle.

Towns talk emergency management preparedness

September 7, 2012

NORTH SMITHFIELD — The North Smithfield Emergency Management Association (EMA) has begun collaborative talks with agencies in Burrillville, Glocester and Smithfield with the goal of sharing staff and pooling resources as a regional emergency management team to help residents in the three communities weather storms and other emergency situations.
The first of several monthly meetings was held recently at the North Smithfield Town Hall to address current needs and future objectives, North Smithfield Town Administrator and Public Safety Director Paulette D. Hamilton said Wednesday.

Landmark, BC/BS reach accord

September 7, 2012

WOONSOCKET – Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Rhode Island and Landmark Medical Center have reached an agreement to extend their existing reimbursement contract, ending the threat that the health insurer’s members would not be covered for services rendered at the hospital.
Provided the pact is approved by the Superior Court – a hearing is scheduled for Wednesday – Blue Cross will honor the terms of its existing reimbursement agreement with Landmark until Dec. 31, or 90 days after Steward Health Care purchases the hospital, whichever comes first.

September 6th

PawSox nip SWB Yankees, take 2-0 series lead

September 6, 2012

PAWTUCKET – It’s closing time for your Pawtucket Red Sox – as in closing out the opposition and advancing to the Governor’s Cup finals.
First things first as the PawSox still need to notch one more win against Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Such a scenario could come to fruition as early as Friday night at Rochester’s Frontier Field after Pawtucket grabbed Game Two of its opening-round series Thursday night by a 3-2 count at McCoy Stadium before 2,214 supportive and at times enthusiastic fans.

High school football season kicks off tonight

September 6, 2012

The temptation to overlook this week’s non-league gridiron slate is great, understanding that league play – set to commence a week from now – serves as judge, jury and executioner.
Over time, principles rooted in Darwinism help in separating the wheat from the chaff by performing the simple act of drawing a line right down the middle. Such a divide won’t begin on Friday night as teams partake in what could essentially be chalked up to the final installment after nearly four weeks of preseason camp.

Michael F. Duason

September 6, 2012

Michael F. Duason

WOONSOCKET- Michael F. Duason, 25, passed away on Tuesday, Sept, 4th. he was the loving son of Melanie Duason.
Michael was a 2005 graduate of Medway High School. He was a second degree brown belt in Karate and won several championship awards in self defense weaponry.
Besides his mother he is survived by a daughter Kayden Eppich of Norwood, MA. He was the nephew of Regina Anderson, Arthura Martinelli, Lisa Petrillo, Frank & Pete Duason, he also leaves several cousins.

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