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February 4th, 2013

Susan M. Uralowich-Bechet

February 4, 2013

Susan M.
Uralowich-Bechet

COLUMBIA, TN- Susan M. Uralowich-Bechet, 59, of Sherry Drive, Columbia, TN died February 1, 2013 surrounded by her family.
Born in Woonsocket, RI, she was the daughter of Mary (Kelly) Uralowich of No. Smithfield and the late Severyn Uralowich.
Susan was a homemaker, but had worked in the Woonsocket School Dept. as a Teacher's Aid and a Special Education Asst. Her grandson Carter was the light of her life.

Linda S. Brewer

February 4, 2013

Linda S. Brewer

MENDON, MA- Linda S. (Collupy) Brewer, 62, of Mendon, passed away Sat. Feb. 2, 2013 at home with her family by her side. She was the wife of Robert S. Brewer.
She was born in Woburn in 1950 the daughter of the late Robert and Elizabeth (McNeil) Collupy, Sr. and was raised in Burlington.

Lucien J. Gagne

February 4, 2013

Lucien J. Gagne

BELLINGHAM- Lucien J. Gagne, 89, of Bellingham, MA passed away on Thursday, January 31, 2013 at the Genesis Healthcare Milford Center. He was the beloved husband for 63 years of Yvette A. (Ledoux) Gagne.
Born in Woonsocket, RI on September 13, 1923, he was the son of the late Edmond and Maria (Gregoire) Gagne.

Thelma I. Frankian

February 4, 2013

Thelma I. Frankian

CUMBERLAND- Thelma I. (Menard) Frankian, 84, of Cumberland passed away Thursday, January 31, 2013. She was the wife of the late Warren Frankian.
Born in Lincoln, a daughter of the late Alphonse and Florence (Conway) Menard, she was a lifelong resident of Cumberland.
Thelma enjoyed playing bingo and was an avid card player.

February 3rd

WPD celebrates hard work

February 3, 2013

WOONSOCKET – The police department revived a past tradition Friday evening when it handed out 196 recognition awards to its members.
The ceremony at the Father Marot CYO Center at 53 Federal St. also included awards for community members and organizations such as the Woonsocket Prevention Coalition that have worked with the department over the years to improve the quality of life of local residents.

Ackerman irked over bridge closure

February 3, 2013

CUMBERLAND - State Rep. Mia A. Ackerman (D-Dist. 45 Cumberland, Lincoln) is in talks with officials from the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) after learning that the Manville Hill Road Bridge on the Cumberland-Lincoln line will have to remain closed until the end of April.

February 2nd

How Cobble Rock toppled in 1977 still unknown

February 2, 2013

WOONSOCKET – It’s an old story now, the tale of the city’s once famous Cobble Rock, but also one that continues to spark fond feelings of times gone by among those who remember it.
That is how Paul Durand, 64, of Crepeau Court was feeling while visiting the site of Cobble Rock in the city’s Fairmount woods during unseasonable warm weather on Wednesday.
A number of trees have been cut down near the historic spot at the North Smithfield town line and a new radio tower stands in the field bordering it, behind the Saint Antoine Residence off Rhodes Avenue.

KING JACE REVEALED!

February 2, 2013

The infamous King Jace has been revealed: John Gregory, president of the Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce, is King Jace 2013. His Queen: Sandy Paul, center, who did the unveiling at The Elks Hall during the festivities Saturday night along with her court, princesses Kayla Guilbault, left, and Jo-Ann Maurice. Correct guesses to his identity were entered into a split the pot drawing and the winner was Sally Brett.

Soukhamthath's TKO energizes Twin River crowd

February 2, 2013

Andre Soukhamthath couldn’t have scripted a better start to his second full year as a pro fighter.
The Woonsocket bantamweight electrified a large, energetic gathering at the Twin River Event Center late Friday night by delivering a second-round TKO over a talented prospect that easily earned the 24-year-old Classic Entertainment & Sports, Inc.’s’ “Knockout of the Night” honors.

LaFazia, Strick lead N.S. girls past Keough

February 2, 2013

PAWTUCKET — With a solid effort on the defensive boards and the typical pinpoint field-goal accuracy from senior guards Jaime LaFazia and Keila Strick, North Smithfield High posted a workmanlike 53-41 Division III victory over Bishop Keough at St. Raphael Academy's Alumni Hall early Saturday afternoon.
LaFazia – call her the No. 2 – drained 13 of her 18 points in the opening half, and also contributed five steals, five assists and six rebounds for the Northmen, who improved to 9-5 overall and 8-3 in league play.

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