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October 21st, 2011

Paul J. Coutu

October 21, 2011

SCITUATE - Paul J. Coutu, 59, of Scituate, died Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011 in Kent County Hospital, Warwick. Born in Pascoag, he was the son of the late Paul A. and Eleanor (O'Neill) Coutu.
Paul was a licensed surveyor and was the owner and operator of Lunar Mapping of RI. He was also a licensed pilot.
He is survived by his son, Paul J. Coutu Jr. of Scituate, two brothers, Joseph Coutu of Smithfield and Michael Coutu of Panama City Beach, FL, and two sisters, Carol Coutu-Ethier of Glocester and Ellen Hennessey of Slatersville.

October 20th

Cumberland boys deliver at Bronco Invitational

October 20, 2011

BURRILLVILLE — Tom Kenwood gave a promise to his Cumberland High squad before competing at the annual Bronco Invitational. If four of his runners could crack 17 minutes on the event’s five-kilometer course at Burrillville Middle School, he would shave off his beard.
Kenwood didn’t have to get out his razor after Thursday’s meet, but he almost did.

Lincoln couple competes in Wife Carrying event

October 20, 2011

When Bruce and Sheri Foster said “I do” eight years ago, they probably never thought they would one day decide to do something as wild and crazy as the competition they entered two weekends ago.
The Lincoln couple was one of 47 that participated in the Sunday River Ski Resort’s 12th annual North American Wife Carrying Championships in Newry, Maine. They toured the challenging 283-yard obstacle course in a 1:27.37 time that placed them 27th and just eight seconds shy of a top-20 finish.

Burrillville girls win Div. III showdown with SRA, 4-0

October 20, 2011

PAWTUCKET – As St. Raphael Academy discovered on Thursday night, there’s a reason why Burrillville has surrendered a division-low seven goals this season.
Defense is the name of the Broncos’ game, which was made plenty clear as the Saints were grounded, 4-0, at the McKinnon-Alves Complex. The shutout is No. 11 for Burrillville, which hasn’t allowed a goal in seven straight games dating back to Sept. 23.

October 19th

Ponaganset hosts Tolman at high noon on Saturday

October 19, 2011

At the end of November, these could be potential semifinal-round playoff contests, but this weekend, they are merely two regular-season games that highlight the Blackstone Valley’s high school schedule.
In what may arguably be the game of the weekend in the entire state, East Providence heads to Warwick on Friday for a 7 p.m. showdown of 3-1 squads with defending Division I champ Bishop Hendricken at the Hawks’ Hayden Field. Both teams are in a three-way tie for second place with Cranston West (3-1) and right behind La Salle (4-0).

Gerry Philbin recounts big night with Jets

October 19, 2011

Pawtucket native Gerry Philbin developed a case of laryngitis earlier this week during the hectic two days that preceded his induction into the New York Jets’ Ring of Honor on Monday night.

Will pension plan help city?

October 19, 2011

WOONSOCKET — Here’s the $6 million question: Does the pension reform proposal now in the hands of the General Assembly pull the city back from the brink of impending financial calamity?
Here’s the answer: Too soon to tell.

James B. Burns

October 19, 2011

James B. Burns

NO. SMITHFIELD- James B. Burns, age 82, of No. Smithfield, a former district sales manager for the General Electric Company, died Tuesday, October 18, 2011 in the Philip Hulitar Inpatient Center, Providence. He was the husband of Kathleen (Toomey) Burns.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late Matthew J. and Alice (Kilcline) Burns and had lived in RI for most of his life.
He also lived in Simsbury, Ct for a period of time while working for General Electric. After retiring from General Electric, he worked for the former Electric Maintenance Works, Woonsocket.

Cora B. Roberts

October 19, 2011

Cora B. Roberts

N. SMITHFIELD- Cora B. Roberts 101, of 10 Rhodes Ave. died Monday at Landmark Medical Center. She was the wife of the late Leo T. Roberts with whom she celebrated 58 years of marriage.
Born in Woonsocket the daughter of the late Alfred and Regina (Beauregard) Bergeron, she was formerly of Buell Ave, and had lived most of her life in North Smithfield.
Mrs. Roberts was a bookkeeper for several area businesses including the former Grants Department Store. In her spare time she enjoyed gardening.

Rev. Frederick K. Jellison

October 19, 2011

Rev. Frederick
K. Jellison

PROVIDENCE- Rev. Frederick K. Jellison, 96, of East Street died Tuesday, October 11, 2011 at the Tockwotton Home, Providence. He was the husband of the late Ruth E. (Cummings) Jellison. They were married for over 67 years.
Born in Bangor, ME, a son of the late Hosea E. and Olive I. (Doherty) Jellison, he had lived in Woonsocket for 25 years, Lincoln for 27 years, North Providence for 2 years before moving to Providence 1 years ago.

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