August 22nd, 2012
BELLINGHAM- Juliette T. (Plouffe) Pinsonneault, 90, of Bellingham, passed away on Tuesday, August 21, 2012 at the Timothy Daniels House in Holliston, MA with her loving family by her side. She was the beloved wife of the late Eugene R. Pinsonneault.
Dorothy C. Marshall
BURRILLVILLE- Dorothy C. Marshall 96 resident of Pascoag, died August 21, 2012 at Kent County Memorial Hospital in Warwick.
She was the wife to the late Joseph Marshall Sr.
She was born in Woonsocket, a daughter of the late Henry & Lena (Hebert) Mercure.
BOSTON â€” Thereâ€™s bringing a player up to speed after heâ€™s been out for a lengthy stretch due to injury. Then thereâ€™s the term that Angels manager Mike Scioscia used in describing the heightened state of urgency Chris Iannetta finds himself in after missing 2 1/2 months with a broken bone in his right hand.
â€śYou can study and simulate stuff all you want, but when you get behind the plate, youâ€™re like that jockey on a saddle,â€ť Scioscia explained prior to Tuesdayâ€™s Red Sox-Angels game at Fenway Park. â€śThatâ€™s the feeling you need and thatâ€™s where Chris needs the time in order to come together.â€ť
WOONSOCKET â€” A city policeman was arrested by his own department on felony assault charges Tuesday for striking a 9-year-old girl, police said.
Officer Patrick Cahill, 23, was taken into custody on a complaint filed by the girlâ€™s mother, said Jamie Paone, a spokeswoman for the Woonsocket Police Department.
She said the girl is closely related to Cahill, but she declined to elaborate, saying the police are trying to protect the privacy of such a young person.
WOONSOCKET â€” Pastor Gene Giguere says heâ€™s long felt as though the Harvest Community Churchâ€™s efforts to provide seasonal shelter for homeless men were akin to putting a Band-Aid on cancer, but yesterday he could see sunnier prospects for this troubled population.
â€śUp to now weâ€™ve just been alleviating pain,â€ť he said. â€śThis is a step toward a cure.â€ť
Giguereâ€™s comments came as he joined a whoâ€™s who of political figures, affordable housing developers and advocates for the homeless Tuesday to mark the start of construction on a new homeless shelter, just for men, at 96 Burnside Ave.
Therese M. Brodd
BLACKSTONE, MA - Therese M. (Marcotte) Brodd, 86, passed away on Monday, August 20, 2012 at the Beaumont Nursing Home in Northborough, MA. She was the beloved wife of the late Harold E. Brodd.
Born in Woonsocket, RI on July 11, 1926, she was the daughter of the late Emile and Blanche (Surprenant) Marcotte.
Brenda M. Rossi
WOONSOCKET - Brenda M. (Woodburn) Rossi, 54, died August 13, 2012 in Landmark Medical Center, Woonsocket. Born in Boston, MA, and raised in Hopedale, MA she was the daughter of Douglas and Catherine (O'Brien) Woodburn.
Brenda attended Milford High School graduating in 1975. She previously worked at Wrentham State School and Middle-School East in Milford, MA. Brenda was an artist and enjoyed oil painting.
Rita D. Boisclair
WOONSOCKET - Rita D. (Tetreault) Boisclair, 96, of Woonsocket, RI passed away peacefully on Monday, August 20, 2012 at Oakland Grove Health Center. She was the beloved wife of the late Edmond A. "White" Boisclair.
Born in Woonsocket on June 26, 1916, she was the daughter of the late Moise and Rose (Bibeault) Tetrault. She was the loving mother of Paul A. Boisclair and his wife Barbara of Milford, MA and the late Rene E. Boisclair.
Elizabeth R. Hebert
WOONSOCKET - Elizabeth R. Hebert, 65, of St. Germain Manor, died August 19, 2012 in Trinity Health & Rehabilitation Center, Woonsocket. Born in Providence, she was the daughter of the late John and Catherine (Donnelley) Hebert. Elizabeth lived in Providence for most of her life prior to moving to Woonsocket in 1994.
NORTH SMITHFIELD â€” A Cumberland man has been arrested for damaging a sign at the regionâ€™s most prominent Islamic mosque, an incident worshipers feared might be a hate crime.
But the police charged Robert Scalzo, 20, with misdemeanor vandalism, ruling out â€” for now, anyway â€” that his actions at Masjid Al-Islam were motivated by ethnic or religious bias.
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