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November 3rd, 2012

Expansion of table games not a sure bet

November 4, 2012

LINCOLN – Voters will face a full election ballot when they enter the town’s 12 polling places on Tuesday.
Decisions for electing the President of the United States, members of Congress and local legislative seats will greet voters, but the single, local ballot question, No. 8, for an expansion of gambling at Twin River Casino will likely represent the most significant local decision before them.
Town Clerk Karen Allen said voters will find that important question on a second ballot sheet with no other items on it.

November 3rd

Field hockey Broncos outlast Clippers in Triple OT, earn berth in Division II finals

November 3, 2012

EAST GREENWICH — Throughout the three overtime periods, Burrillville High senior tri-captain Alex LeClair stood in her goalie box physically shaking, not from Saturday evening's chill but from the fear of … dare we say it? Failure.
“I was physically and mentally exhausted, but all of that went away when it finally ended,” she grinned.

Football Novans take down Oakers, secure spot in Division II playoffs

November 3, 2012

WOONSOCKET — What makes the 2012 edition of Woonsocket High so unique is that Carnell Henderson’s Villa Novans have learned to win games in all kinds of ways.
There have been blowouts, close shaves and other instances when the Villa Novans took the field minus a full compliment of healthy bodies. Other times, Woonsocket has been its own worst enemy, turning the ball over at an alarming rate.
That, in turn, allowed the opposition to hang out, a storyline that unfolded before the Novans’ eyes Saturday afternoon at Barry Field.

November 2nd

Walsh, Anchormen embrace challenge of taking on PC Friars

November 2, 2012

PROVIDENCE – The idea of framing Saturday’s first-ever hoops get-together between Providence College and Rhode Island College as merely an exhibition game doesn’t paint a complete picture.

Landmark lays off 31

November 2, 2012

WOONSOCKET – Thirty-one employees of Landmark Medical Center and the Rehabilitation Hospital of Rhode Island were laid off Tuesday.
Bill Fischer, spokesman for Landmark, said the affected group included members of management, hospital administrators and patient care workers. He said the cuts were necessary to keep Landmark solvent during the process of completing a merger with the hospital’s latest suitor.

Concert to benefit Northern RI Food Pantry

November 2, 2012

CUMBERLAND - Choruses representing five area churches will be performing a unique nondenominational concert Sunday to benefit the Northern Rhode Island Food Pantry located on Nate Whipple Highway.
The Food Pantry Choral Benefit Concert will be held at 3 p.m. at St. John Vianney Church, 3069 Diamond Hill Road. The concert, which will include gospel to contemporary, features choirs from St. John Vianney Church, Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Four Corners Community Chapel, Calvin Presbyterian Church and Arnold Mills United Methodist Church.

Frances M. Fazzio

November 2, 2012

Frances M. Fazzio

WOONSOCKET- Frances M. (Saporito) Fazzio, 87, of Mowry St., died Thursday November 1, 2012 at home with her family by her side. She was the beloved wife of Richard Fazzio.
Richard and Frances celebrated their 66th Wedding Anniversary this August 24th.
Born in Woonsocket, daughter of the late Pietro and Fillipa (Ministera) Saporito.
Mrs. Fazzio worked as a sewer for Narragansett Knitting, until retiring in 1968.

Eldon B. Moe

November 2, 2012

Eldon B. Moe

VENICE, FL- Eldon "Moe", B. Moe, 87, of Venice, FL, formerly of North Smithfield, RI retired to Sarasota, FL 22 years ago died November 1, 2012.
Moe was born March 9, 1925 in Audubon, MN to Beda (Johnson) and Edwin Moe.
Moe served 23 years in the U.S. Army and Navy and furthered his career into Civil Service for Social Security.

Romeo T. Allard

November 2, 2012

Romeo T. Allard

WOONSOCKET- Romeo T. Allard, 92, of Woonsocket, died Thursday November 1, 2012 in Oakland Grove Health Care Center. He leaves his wife of 69 years, Leona A. (Michaud) Allard.
Born in Nasonville, he was the son of the late Narcisse and Marie (Duhamel) Allard.
Romeo was a salesman for the former Janelle Company of Providence, retiring in 1983. He previously worked in the local textile industry. He was an Army veteran of WWII. He was a communicant of St. Joseph's Church, and a member of its Seniors Club and Veterans Club.

November 1st

N.S. football squad returns from three-week bye to face Smithfield

November 1, 2012

When last we saw Wes Pennington and his North Smithfield football troupe, the Northmen were set to embark upon an unprecedented double bye that would encompass three whole weeks between games.

WOONSOCKET — Earlier this month, Mount Saint Charles Academy’s volleyball coach, Josh...
WOONSOCKET— For Mount St. Charles first-year head coach Henry Coleman, this was one heck of...
WOONSOCKET – Three Woonsocket men appeared in Providence District Court Monday, where they were ordered held without...
WOONSOCKET – City police were reported on Sunday to have arrested three suspects in connection with a series of armed...
SCITUATE – Clad in a gray suit, a detective sits in a spartan work cubicle, his face illuminated by an eerie glow as he...

 

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