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Florence G. Brushett

May 31, 2011

Florence G. Brushett

NO. SMITHFIELD- Florence G. (Davis) Brushett, 85, of Old Great Rd., No. Smithfield, died Saturday, May 28, 2011 in Miriam Hospital, Providence. She was the wife of the late Arthur M. Brushett.
Born in Woonsocket, she was the daughter of the late Ernest W. and Esther (Welch) Davis.
Besides raising her family, Mrs. Brushett enjoyed quilting and cooking

Richard O. Benoit

May 31, 2011

Richard O. Benoit

IMPERIAL BEACH, CA- Richard Benoit, 65 died peacefully at home with family by his side on Friday, May 6, 2011. He was the husband of Lucille (Abbott) Benoit to whom he was married for 45 Years.
Born October 15, 1945 in Woonsocket, RI the son of George Benoit and the late Juliette (Belleville) Benoit.
Besides his wife Lucille, he leaves a daughter, Karen M. Benoit of CA and two sons, Richard O. Benoit II of TX, James P. Benoit of CA, and six grandchildren.

George A. Paine, Sr.

May 31, 2011

George A. Paine, Sr.

BELLINGHAM- George A. Paine, Sr., 76, of Bellingham, passed away suddenly at home on May 30, 2011.
George was born in Cumberland, RI, on January 12, 1935, to the late Frederick H. and Emily L.H. (Hardy) Paine.

Norman A. Roy

May 31, 2011

Norman A. Roy

MANVILLE- Norman A. Roy, 82, of Gousy St., Manville, died Monday evening at home surrounded by his family. He was the loving husband of Violette L. (Bourget) Roy. They were married on February 13, 1954.
Born in Manville, he was a son of the late Alfred and Eva (Janvier) Roy and remained a proud lifelong resident of his hometown.
Mr. Roy was a veteran of the U.S. Army.
In his early years he was employed at the Quonset Naval Shipyard.

H. Louise Courchesne

May 31, 2011

H. Louise
Courchesne

BELLINGHAM, MA- H. Louise Courchesne, born Hilda Louise Nicholson on January 26, 1918 in Milford, Massachusetts to John Nicholson and Hilda Jane Chegwidden-Nicholson, died May 31st at the age of 93. She was the beloved aunt of Roger Tessier and his wife Rosemary of Bellingham, MA; her cherished great-niece Danielle Tessier and her great-great niece Ava Tessier both of Penobscot, ME.

Carolyn C. Chadbourne

May 31, 2011

Carolyn C.
Chadbourne

PITTSFIELD, MAINE- Carolyn C. (Shatney-Debay) Chadbourne, 81, formerly of Bellingham, Massachusetts, died, Wednesday, May 25, 2011, in Pittsfield.
The family will receive friends from 2:00-3:00pm, with the funeral service immediately following at 3:00pm, Wednesday, June 1, 2011, at the Shorey-Nichols Funeral Home, 191 Hartland Avenue, Pittsfield. Interment will follow at the Village Cemetery, Peltoma Avenue, Pittsfield. Shorey-Nichols Funeral Home, Pittsfield

Carolyn C. Chadbourne

May 31, 2011

Carolyn C.
Chadbourne

PITTSFIELD, MAINE- Carolyn C. (Shatney-Debay) Chadbourne, 81, formerly of Bellingham, Massachusetts, died, Wednesday, May 25, 2011, in Pittsfield.
The family will receive friends from 2:00-3:00pm, with the funeral service immediately following at 3:00pm, Wednesday, June 1, 2011, at the Shorey-Nichols Funeral Home, 191 Hartland Avenue, Pittsfield. Interment will follow at the Village Cemetery, Peltoma Avenue, Pittsfield. Shorey-Nichols Funeral Home, Pittsfield

May 24th

Mounties, Clippers grab big Division I-North victories

May 24, 2011

WOONSOCKET – Kristen Rodrigues spun a complete game four-hitter as Mount St. Charles climbed back over the .500 mark courtesy of Tuesday’s 4-1 win over La Salle Academy.
The Mounties improve to 9-8 in Division I-North with one game remaining, Saturday at home against Smithfield.
Rodrigues collected four strikeouts while walking no one. Taylor Messier finished 2-for-4 with a double and a run scored while Emily Hendricks went 3-for-4 with one run and one RBI. Hannah Gardella delivered a RBI double in the second inning.
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La Salle 010 000 0 -1-6-1
Mount St. Charles 011 200 x – 4-8-1

For openers, a win Wednesday would go a long way for local ballclubs

May 24, 2011

The high school baseball outfits hailing from Lincoln, Tolman and Woonsocket find themselves in an enviable position – at home, serving as the higher seed in the opening round of the double elimination, regional playoffs, which cuts four ways with four teams comprising each group.
The real key as baseball’s second season gets under way is not specifically tied to home-field advantage. In the case of a double-elimination format, it’s about starting out on the right foot. Win on Wednesday and wait until Friday before resuming the March to McCoy Stadium. That’s called the easy road.

McGair named R.I. Sportswriter of the Year by NSSA

May 24, 2011

Steve Hyder, the radio voice of the Pawtucket Red Sox, left, joins Call/Times sports writer Brendan McGair after McGair received the Rhode Island Sportswriter of the Year for 2010 from the National Sports writers and Sportcasters Association at the 2011 Awards ceremony in Salisbury, North Carolina on May, 16, 2011. Hyder was named the Co-Sportscaster of the year along with Steve McDonald, the voice of URI football and men's basketball. A 2003 graduate of Providence College, McGair started working at the Pawtucket Times in Jan. 2005.

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