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June 23rd, 2011

Anna L. Gaboury

June 23, 2011

Anna L. Gaboury

BELLINGHAM, MA- Anna L. (Roy) Gaboury, 91, died Wednesday, June 22, 2011, surrounded by her loving family and her wonderful caregivers at the Ballou Home in Woonsocket, RI. She was the beloved wife of the late Omer R. Gaboury, who died December 25, 2008.
They were married on June 7, 1941, in the former St. Ann's Church in Woonsocket.
Anna was born April 5, 1920, in St. Francis Province of Quebec. Canada, the daughter of the late Urbain and Marie Louise (Ducheneau) Roy.

John S. Wikiera MSW, ACSW, LIC.SW

June 23, 2011

John S. Wikiera MSW, ACSW, LIC.SW

WOONSOCKET- John S. Wikiera, 59, of Blackstone Street, Woonsocket, R.I. passed away on Thursday June 16, 2011, after a lengthy illness.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late Emil and Ann (Herman) Wikiera.
John was a graduate of URI, obtaining his Bachelor of Science Degree and a Master's Degree in Social Work and John pursued a career in Sociological Counseling.
He was an avid fisherman.

Voters soundly reject two overrides

June 23, 2011

MILLVILLE — Voters in the special election Tuesday overwhelmingly rejected two Proposition 2-1/2 override ballot questions.
By a vote of 415 to 126, voters defeated Question 1, which had asked residents to act on a $300,000 override to fund general government for fiscal 2012, which begins July 1.
By a vote of 382 to 157, voters also rejected Question 2, which asked residents to act on a $100,000 override for the Blackstone-Millville Regional School District.

City gets tough on trash deadbeats

June 23, 2011

WOONSOCKET – The city has begun seizing the trash carts of property owners who have ignored repeated requests to make good on overdue curbside collection fees.
It's all part of a new effort to recoup roughly $250,000 in delinquent trash fees, said Public Works Director Sheila McGauvran.
“It's a last resort,” she said. “We don't want to be doing it. We want people to pay their bills.”

June 22nd

McGair: Pawtucket's Goucher recalls Cup-clinching moment

June 22, 2011

“I’ve seen the old videos from the parades (when the Boston Bruins won titles in ‘70 & ’72) back when they were held at City Hall Plaza. You definitely don’t want to put the horse before the cart, but you can’t help but think what the celebration would entail. They would have to break out the duck boats.”
— Dave Goucher, May 2009

Emma L. Kerivan Krystyniak

June 22, 2011

Emma L.
Kerivan Krystyniak

WAYLAND, MA- Emma L. (Bayer) Kerivan Krystyniak, 86, of Wayland passed away on Tuesday, June 21, 2011 at the Wayland Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. She was the beloved wife of Michael Krystyniak of Wayland and the late Robert Kerivan deceased in 1986.
Born in Natick on August 27, 1924, she was the daughter of the late Frank and Leila (Christie) Bayer.

June 21st

Johnson-Kuchar tandem set scoring record at CVS Classic

June 21, 2011

BARRINGTON — Paired in the final group with Matt Kuchar and Zach Johnson, defending champion J.B. Holmes (and playing partner Ricky Barnes) got a bird's eye view of the overall leaders during the final round of the CVS Caremark Charity Classic on Tuesday.
“It's almost boring watching those guys play,” Holmes said. “They hit it right down the fairway and get it on the green. They hit the wedges really good and they putted really good. They made a lot of 10- and 12-footers. They are great players and it was fun to watch.”

Bellingham’s Higgins is a family man and sales rep first, golfer second

June 21, 2011

EAST PROVIDENCE — Bellingham’s Brian Higgins really had to earn his berth in the Northeast Amateur Invitational field.
Higgins, who will tee off at Wannamoisett Country Club this morning for the third straight year in this prestigious event, remembers how he first got his foot in the door during the summer of 2008.

Makeover of WWII Park is on -- again

June 21, 2011

WOONSOCKET – Amid the buzzing grind of power saws and wood chippers, two state lawmakers proclaimed the on-again, off-again makeover of neglected World War II Veterans Memorial State Park on – is on again.
The work began with the thinning of the dense canopy of trees that clogs parts of the 13-acre park, said State Rep. Lisa Baldelli-Hunt (D-Woonsocket). In the months ahead, she said, other contractors would be hired to build two basketball courts, a splash park and a baseball field to replace the existing tennis courts.

Man falls to his death in building

June 21, 2011

WOONSOCKET — An apparent accident at the former St. Francis House apartment building at 167 Blackstone St. claimed the life of a relative of the building’s owner Tuesday afternoon.
Alan Fernandes, 49, of Woonsocket, stepped on a glass skylight in the floor of the building’s attic and fell four flights down the open stairwell below to the building’s basement, according to Woonsocket Police Lt. Eugene Jalette.
Fernandes, brother of the building’s owner Gary Fernandes, was transported by city rescue personnel to Landmark Medical Center where he later died, according to Jalette.

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