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December 2nd

Brave new world for Lincoln hockey

December 2, 2010

When the Rhode Island Interscholastic League decided to dissolve the seven-team Division I-A circuit in boys’ hockey during the offseason, that left Lincoln High with an interesting dilemma.
Do the Lions, who were 13-4-1 and state finalists a season ago, drop down to Division II and become the clear-cut favorites to win that championship? Or do the Lions take a bold step up the ladder and compete with the state’s premier teams in Division I?

Adrien R. Mayer

December 2, 2010

Adrien R. Mayer

NO. SMITHFIELD- Adrien R. "Babe" Mayer, 87, of Great Rd., died Thursday, December 2, 2010 in Landmark Medical Center, Woonsocket. He was the husband of Marie Ann (Vadenais) Mayer and the late Fern (Cloutier) Mayer.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late Raymond and Alice (Duhamel) Mayer.

Cumberland man wins million-dollar jackpot

December 2, 2010

CUMBERLAND – Sometimes it takes awhile for dreams to come true, but for Marc Lonchay his dusky visions paid off just in the nick of time – to the tune of $1 million.
That's how much the unemployed laborer and father of five took home yesterday when Lonchay cashed in his Powerball winnings at the offices of the state lottery – all on numbers he says came to him in his sleep years ago.
“I know, it sounds crazy,” says Lonchay. “I wrote them down. I kept playing them – faithfully.”

December 1st

Woonsocket vs. Tolman: What a duel this will be!

December 1, 2010

Sunday’s Division II Super Bowl game between unbeaten (in league play) Tolman and defending champion Woonsocket needs no hype from the media. These two teams stand on their own merits.

Roger J. Lachance

December 1, 2010

Roger J. Lachance

WHITINSVILLE- Roger J. Lachance, 75, of Douglas Rd. died Wed. Dec. 1 at St. Vincent Hospital after an illness. He is survived by his wife of 48 years Pauline D. (Beaudoin) Lachance; his brother Raymond Lachance of N. Smithfield; and several nephews and nieces.
Born in Woonsocket, RI on June 17, 1935 he was son of the late Ferdina L. and Marie R. (Rondeau) Lachance and lived in Whitinsville since 1962.

Katherine Joinville

December 1, 2010

Katherine Joinville

MANVILLE- Katherine (Horbaychuk) Joinville, 85, of Church St. Manville, died Monday, November 29, 2010, in Landmark Medical Center, with her family by her side.
She was the wife of the late Henry L. Joinville.
Born in Woonsocket, daughter of the late Andrew and Anna (Kiczak) Horbaychuk.
Kitty worked for Puritan Peterson Assembly and also as a repair clerk for New England Telephone for 10 years, retiring in l981.

Muriel B. Lafond

December 1, 2010

Muriel B. Lafond

BLACKSTONE- Muriel B. Lafond, 67, of Blackstone, loving and devoted wife of Normand R. Lafond, died suddenly and unexpectedly on Friday, November 26, 2010. She and Normand recently celebrated their 49th wedding anniversary. She was the daughter of the late J. Almanzor and Annette (Berube) Pelletier .

November 30th

Woonsocket earns return trip to Super Bowl

December 1, 2010

WOOD RIVER JUNCTION — Chariho High got off to a very good start, but Woonsocket High pulled off a fantastic finish.
The Villa Novans scored a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns and saw their lights-out defense force the Chargers to turn the ball over on their final four series in a 21-7 semifinal-round victory on Tuesday night on the Chargers’ turf that put them back into the Division II Super Bowl.

Moses Brown too much for Lincoln, 21-0

December 1, 2010

PROVIDENCE — During the league season last month, Lincoln High had its way with Moses Brown and handed its Division III foe its first loss of the fall.
Let’s just say the Quakers took that defeat personal.
In the more-important rematch between the two squads — a semifinal tilt on Tuesday night — Moses Brown returned the favor with a convincing 21-0 blanking of the Lions at Brown University’s Berylson Field.

Northmen fall to EWG in 2 OTs

December 1, 2010

WEST GREENWICH — The North Smithfield football threw a lot of punches and had the champ on the ropes.
But just when it looked like the champ was done, they found a way.
The Northmen threw – literally and figureatively – everything they had at Exeter-West Greenwich, but couldn’t close out the defending Division IV champions in overtime, coming up one yard short in the second OT as North Smithfield fell 44-38 in the D-IV semifinals Tuesday night.

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