April 20th, 2011
BURRILLVILLE - Edward D. "Ted" Collins, 69, of Harrisville, died Sunday, April 17, 2011 at Milford Hospital, Milford, MA. He was the husband of Lucy (LaFlamme) Collins, whom he married July 2, 1977.
Born in Providence, he was the son of William and Mary (Danahey) Collins.
Ted worked at Zambarano Hospital for more than thirty years. He served in the Army during the Vietnam War.
Eric F. Corriveau
BELLINGHAM- Eric F. Corriveau, 82, of Bellingham, passed away on Monday, April 18, 2011 at Milford Regional Medical Center. He was the beloved husband of Loretta W. (Renquin) Corriveau.
Born in New York, NY on April 4, 1929, he was the son of the late J. Cyprien and Corinne (Imhoff) Corriveau.
PAWTUCKET â€“ Felix Doubront is returning to his pitching roots. After serving as a left-handed option in Bostonâ€™s bullpen for a week-plus, Doubront will now serve as a member of Pawtucketâ€™s starting rotation.
â€śHeâ€™s going to start games,â€ť confirmed Mike Hazen, the Red Soxâ€™ vice president of player development. â€śHeâ€™ll probably be on a shortened pitch count to start, but weâ€™ll build him up from there. Heâ€™ll start the games.â€ť
CUMBERLAND â€” Cumberland High coach Paul Murphy attributes his teamâ€™s latest surge in the ultra-competitive Division I-North to its work at the plate
In Tuesday morningâ€™s contest against Mount St. Charles Academy, Murphyâ€™s crew didnâ€™t quite get the double-digit hits like it did against Moses Brown and Smithfield last week. But the Clippers did get the key hits it needed to earn themselves a come-from-behind 6-5 victory over the Mounties at Tucker Field.
PROVIDENCE â€” When he was running for governor, candidate Lincoln Chafee often pointed to his experience as mayor of Warwick in the 1990s as one of his credentials for heading an executive branch of government.
On the eve of his 100th day as the stateâ€™s first Independent governor since the colonial era, The Times asked Chafee how being governor compares with leading the stateâ€™s second largest city and how he has found the two jobs to be completely different.
Jeannine S. Boucher
WOONSOCKET- Jeannine S. Boucher, 50, of Woonsocket, passed away peacefully on Friday, April 15, 2011 at Our Lady of Fatima Hospital.
Born on June 14, 1960 in Woonsocket, she was the daughter of Paul A. and Jeannine R. (Broulette) Boucher of Woonsocket.
She was the sister of Paul W. Boucher of Woonsocket, Jacques A. Boucher of Uniontown, PA and Elaine P. Bounharsa of Woonsocket; and her nieces and nephews.
Marsden R. Anderson
FRANKLIN- Marsden R. "Skip" Anderson, 80, a lifelong Franklin resident, died peacefully Monday April 18, 2011 at Milford Regional Medical Center. He was the husband of the late Edith "Edie" (Celima) Anderson, who died in 2004.
Born in Franklin August 16, 1930 a son of the late John A. and Emma D. (Bergquist) Anderson, he was raised and educated in Franklin, and was a 1948 graduate of Franklin High School.
He retired in the late 1980's from the Frito-Lay Co., where he worked for many years as a delivery & route salesman.
PAWTUCKET â€” Mount St. Charles is starting to look a bit like the baseball program that captured two straight Division II state titles before joining Division I this season.
The Mounties won their second Division I game in four days on Monday, breaking open a tight contest against St. Raphael Academy with a seven-run rally in the fifth inning en route to a 10-3 victory.
Mount, now 2-3 in Division I, got a complete-game pitching performance from junior Taylor Sutherland, who scattered seven hits and settled in after allowing single runs in both the first and second innings.
Kyan Andersonâ€™s future regarding whether heâ€™ll play basketball at Providence College is still very much up in the air.
The same cannot be said for fellow recruit Markus Crider.
PROVIDENCE â€” After the bidders made their last and best offers for Landmark Medical Center in Superior Court, Judge Michael Silverstein said he expects to choose the winner â€śnot later than very early next week.â€ť
Silverstein is expected to make the final announcement in open court.
That's how three days of sales-pitching for the assets of not-for-profit Landmark Health Systems, Inc., including the 214-bed acute care hospital in Woonsocket and the Rehabilitation Hospital of Rhode Island in North Smithfield, played out yesterday.