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February 27th, 2011

Brooks as Big East POY? Pass

February 27, 2011

As the regular season winds down, the discussion for postseason awards and other laurels heats up. Suddenly the office water cooler or neighborhood establishment becomes the spot to discuss and dissect the merits of potential candidates, while those given autonomy to cast a vote sit down with pen, paper and DVD player, study tea leaves and rub the Magic 8-Ball before filling out the ballot.

Missing Burrillville man found dead

February 27, 2011

BURRILLVILLE – Police in Griswold, Conn., found Denis Chartier, 56, dead in a car parked at a commuter lot off Route 395 Sunday morning. Chartier, the assistant coach of Brown University’s women’s soccer team, had been reported missing by his family on Feb. 6. Burrillville Police put a description of his vehicle and license plate on national police database while looking for him since that time. He was last been seen by family members on the morning of Feb. 5, according to Burrillville Police Lt. Kevin S. San Antonio.

Fire forces evacuation (updated)

February 27, 2011

WOONSOCKET – A fire in the vacant Seville Dye mill off Fairmount Street and First Avenue forced an evacuation of families from neighboring properties Sunday afternoon as firefighters fought to control the blaze.
The evacuation of First Avenue residents was a precautionary step due to the heavy smoke spilling into the neighborhood, Mayor Leo T. Fontaine said at the scene. No one was reported hurt in the incident.

Send your veterans photos to The Call

February 27, 2011

The CALL is seeking photos of Blackstone Valley military veterans, whether they served in war zones or not. Please send photos to our email box: veterans@woonsocketcall.com or drop them off in the Veterans mail basket located on the front desk of The CALL's office at 75 Main St., Woonsocket.

Please include the following information with your photos:
Name of soldier:
Hometown:
Service branch: Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard.
Years served:
Location of tours:
Highlights:

WW II veteran recalls battle for Iwo Jima

February 27, 2011

Roland Carroll never liked to talk about his World War II experience as a Marine who fought on Iwo Jima in the early months of 1945 while U.S. forces closed in on Japan.
“Who am I to talk?” the 88-year-old veteran was saying last week when put on the spot. “I figured I wasn’t the only guy who went in the service. We all had to go fight the war. I realize now how important it was. We had to win that war or Hitler and the Japanese were going to take over the world.”

February 26th

Covering bullying from 'every single angle'

February 27, 2011

LINCOLN – It was rather by accident how Lincoln Prevention Coalition Coordinator Pam Shayer discovered John Mattson, a Providence-based consultant who has served as a trainer, curriculum developer and evaluation advisor for numerous U.S. groups, including the National Crime Prevention Council, Center for Civic Education and Youth Crime Watch of America.
She doesn't care.

KING JACE UNMASKED!

February 27, 2011

The mysterious King Jace is revealed as Call Publisher Barry Mechanic, seated, by the 2011 Mardi Gras Queen, Amanda Corriveault (in purple) at the 17th annual Mardi Gras celebration at the CYO Club in Woonsocket Saturday night. Also in attendance are Princesses Michelle Tessier, far left, and Kali Darling, right. Read more about it in Monday's edition.

Richard making a difference at Woonsocket High

February 26, 2011

WOONOCKET — Three years ago, George Briggs retired from a more than three-decade career as a educator in the Woonsocket school system.
Briggs was also contemplating doing the same from his post as the longtime (and successful) track and cross-country coach at the high school level.
But one dedicated individual, one person he's had the opportunity to work alongside for the past four years has made him think otherwise — his good friend and girls' head cross-country, track coach Dan Richard.

Sprained ankle halts three-peat effort by Shai Lariviere

February 26, 2011

PROVIDENCE — In Saturday’s semifinal round of the R.I. state championship meet, Cumberland High won four of five bouts to take some of the sting out of its slow start to the tourney on Friday evening.
Cumberland suffered a huge loss on Friday night when two-time state champion Shai Lariviere defaulted in his second match, giving in to a sprained ankle suffered on Monday at practice.
“I tried to wrestle but I couldn’t do it,” Lariviere said later.

Clippers finish second at state tournament

February 26, 2011

PROVIDENCE — Defending champion Cumberland capped an uneven and perhaps snake-bitten performance at this year’s state championship meet by going 0-for-4 in Saturday night’s individual finals.
Two-time defending champion Shoneil Lariviere was upset in the 125-pound finals by East Providence’s Joao Vicente, who pulled off a stunning 11-5 win over an opponent who had pinned him last month during the dual-meet season.

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PROVIDENCE – A man formerly residing in Woonsocket was arrested for possession of child pornography, state police said...
WOONSOCKET — No charges will be filed against an 11-year-old Globe Park Elementary school student who pointed a plastic...
WOONSOCKET – A 70-year-old city man suffered fatal injuries when he was struck by a car while crossing Cass Avenue near...

 

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