PROVIDENCE – For those who believe sequels never live up to the original, the Big East Conference has a message for you.
CUMBERLAND – For a sport like wrestling that prides itself on physicality and toughness, there sure were a lot of softer emotions like love, honor and respect on display Tuesday night at The Wellness Center when Cumberland High recorded the 500th dual-meet victory in program history, all under one man, head coach Steve Gordon.
Leroy B. Quigley Jr.
BURRILLVILLE - Quigley, Leroy B., Jr., 66, died Saturday. He was the husband of Susan (Hassett) Quigley, father of Arthur Nelson, Jr., Teresa Notarpippo, Susanne Quigley and Karen-Marie Houle, grandfather of 10 and great grandfather of one.
Funeral Service Friday at 11AM in Burrillville Seventh Day Adventist Church, 854 Old Victory Hwy, Mapleville. Visitation omitted. For complete obituary visit andersonwinfield.net
Normand L. Malo
NO. SMITHFIELD - Normand L. Malo, 66, of No. Smithfield, died Monday, December 29, 2014 in his home. He was the husband of the late Carol A. (Beattie) Malo. Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late
Lucien and Yvonne (Sarreault) Malo.
Normand was a communicant of Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Church, and served as their sexton for over 25 years. He owned his own landscaping business. Normand enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren, camping and being outdoors.
Claire A. Conte
SO. KINGSTOWN - CONTE, Claire A. (Beauregard) 69, of South Kingstown, R.I. died peacefully on December 18, 2014 at her home in North Port, Fla. She was the beloved wife of Robert C. Conte. They had recently celebrated their 48th wedding anniversary.
BLACKSTONE â€“ Erika Murray, the 31-year-old Blackstone mother indicted for murder after police discovered the remains of three babies in her squalid home on St. Paul Street, was ordered held without bail after she pleaded not guilty to nine criminal charges, including two counts of murder, at her arraignment in Worcester Superior Court Monday.
Murray was indicted on the charges by a grand jury on Dec. 16.
BURRILLVILLE — North Smithfield High head coach Paul Nadeau loved it when his club was invited back to the third annual Burrillville Winter Classic.
After all, it finished fourth in the tournament a year ago, all the while having an opportunity to re-engage his athletes on the ice after their festive Christmas activities.
Carl A. Archambault
NORTH SMITHFIELD - Carl A. Archambault, 80, of Edward Ave., passed away Sunday in the Oakland Grove Nursing Center, Woonsocket. He was the beloved husband of Louise (Bruscini) Archambault.
Born in Cumberland he was the son of the late Alfred J. and Violet (Anderson) Archambault. He reside in North Smithfield for the past 33 years previously residing in Cumberland most of his life.
Mabel M. Provensal
WOONSOCKET - Mabel M. (Laferriere) Provensal, 94, of Woonsocket, died Sunday, December 28, 2014 in Trinity Health & Rehab Center. She was the wife of the late Paul E. Provensal. Born in Woonsocket, she was the daughter of the late Charles and Eva (Dufresne) Laferriere.
Mrs. Provensal worked for the Woonsocket Public Schools Lunch Program, and was previously a nurse's aide at Fogarty Hospital. She was a communicant of All Saints Church. Mabel was a member of several senior citizens groups, and loved traveling and bowling.
Helene Therese Deraleau
BRIMFIELD, MA - Helene Therese (St. Louis) Deraleau, 52, died December 24 at her home surrounded by family and friends. Born in Woonsocket, RI, August 7, 1962, she was the daughter of Roland and Doris (Doura) St. Louis. She was raised and started her own family in Blackstone, MA and then moved to Shoreham, NY, settling in Brimfield, MA 15 years ago.
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