November 16th, 2012
GLOCESTER â€” Three Cranston teens were charged in a rash of vehicle breaks in two towns after police were summoned to a report of a house break in progress early Wednesday.
James Clark, 18, and two 17-year-old boys, were tied to a string of more than 20 motor vehicle breaks that occurred during a 24-hour period here and in neighboring Burrillville last week, said Capt. Joseph V. Mattera.
James Preston Hare
PROVIDENCE- Hare, Preston James 72, died Monday, November 12, 2012 at home.
He was born in Providence, the son of the late R. Clayton L. and Hilda (Eddy) Hare. He was a self -employed realtor for many years, after a career with the Providence Gas Co.
He is survived by two daughters, Rachel Shields and Katherine Smith and one son, David Hare, his sister Linda Hare Rawlings, one brother Craig Overton, and 5 grandchildren. He was the brother of the late Janet Overton Beall.
Steven A. Hadley
WOONSOCKET- A Mass of Christian Burial for Steven A. "Beaver" Hadley will be held Tuesday, Nov. 20th at 10:00 am in St. John the Evangelist Church, Church St., Slatersville. Burial in the parish cemetery. Visiting hours omitted. Arrangements by Menard-Lacouture Funeral Home.
Shirley A. Roy
HARRISVILLE- Shirley A. (Jenckes) Roy, 70, of Chapel St. died Tuesday November 13, 2012 in Landmark Medical Center. She was the wife of Norman Roy.
Born in Woonsocket, daughter of the late Arthur and Arlene (SanSouci) Jenckes Sr.
Shirley worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant at North Bay Manor prior to retiring.
Morgan D. Stets
WOONSOCKET- Morgan D. Stets, 80, of Woonsocket RI, died Wednesday, November 14, 2012 in the Milford Regional Medical Center in Milford. He was the husband of the late Rita (Tosches) Stets who died in 2001.
He was born in Middleboro Ma, son of the late Oscar and Sylvia (Bigelow) Stets and lived in Holliston, and Mendon before moving to Woonsocket RI in 2001.
He was a graduate of the Middleboro High School class of 1950. He also graduated from the Brown and Sharp Technical School class of 1958. He was a U.S. Army veteran.
NORTH SMITHFIELD- Evan Timothy Mandeville, 11, of North Smithfield, passed away peacefully at home November 13, 2012. He was the son of Timothy J. and Aimee L. (Dufresne) Mandeville.
He was a sixth grade student at No. Smithfield Middle School. Evan loved baseball and held the position of pitcher and first baseman for the 2011 North Smithfield Little League AAA championship team. He was also a little chef, his specialties were home-made chocolate chip cookies and egg sandwiches.
Some Friar hoop musings as Providence College gets set for a serious workout down in Puerto Rico â€¦
Standing in the hallway outside Joe Mullaney Gym late last week, Vincent Council touched upon the close-knit nature of this yearâ€™s PC basketball team.
Itâ€™s become a yearly occurrence for the programâ€™s senior leader to begin his â€śState of the Friarsâ€ť address by remarking that thereâ€™s no friction in place and how everyone gets along just swimmingly. Donnie McGrath uttered something similar prior to the start of his final season in 2005. Ditto Sharaud Curry in the fall of 2009.
LINCOLN â€“ Three Lincoln High School student-athletes sat at a table inside the schoolâ€™s library Wednesday afternoon, tending to some pretty important business.
For months all of them took comfort in knowing that they selected the right college, the place of higher learning where they felt most comfortable upon completing their high school requirements. With the clock reading 4:17 p.m., the Lincoln seniors picked up a pen and with family, coaches and school administrators present, carefully signed the document before them.
WOONSOCKET â€” When Carissa Gould packs her bags and drives off to college sometime in August, she wonâ€™t have to worry about racking up heavy mileage on her Honda Odyssey.
Thatâ€™s because Gould will only need to drive 10 minutes from her Woonsocket home to nearby Bryant University, a decision that she made official on Wednesday afternoon at Mount St. Charles Academy.
WOONSOCKET â€” You know the old bromide about no good deed going unpunished?
Well, itâ€™s hardly like that for the men and women in blue of the Woonsocket Police Department, but Chief Thomas Carey says police officers donâ€™t always get the recognition they deserve for good conduct, extra effort, or honing a special talent.
Thatâ€™s about to change.