Young members of the cast of ‚ÄėTime Warp 2,‚Äô back row, from left, Gabriella LaPlante, Emmi Lacourse, Sophia Abramek, Gabrielle Abramek and Rayna Polacek. In front row, from left, Reagen Pollacek, Lynsie Olivier, Maggie Ozarian and Maci Maiello, rehearse a scene from ‚ÄėGhostbusters,‚Äô one of the many featured acts in the musical variety show directed and choreographed by Jen Maiello, at the Woonsocket High School auditorium on Saturday evening at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 in advance; $15 at the door. The show benefits the families of Michelle Beausoleil and Peter Rutledge.
Albina Ann Beauley
BERLIN, VT.- Albina Ann Beauley, 80, Passed away peacefully Tuesday, January 29th on her Birthday at Berlin Health and Rehab after a long battle with Parkinson's.
She was born January 29, 1933 to the late Genevieve and Theodore Morell. She was predeceased by two husbands Ernest Alfred Charette and George Beauley both from Woonsocket, RI.
She is survived by a sister Judy Cateau, and two Brothers Norman Morell and Theodore Morell Jr all of Woonsocket, RI and several nieces and nephews.
WOONSOCKET -- A car crashed into a utility pole on Diamond Hill Road, splitting the pole in half, at around 2:15 p.m. In this photo, spectators check out the scene at Diamond Hill Road and St. Leon Street. Witnesses said the lone operator of the Mercedes Benz was checking his cell phone then lost control of his vehicle, taking out the pole and crashing the car into a chain link fence at 797 Diamond Hill Road. The driver, said to be in his mid-50s, was concious but dazed and bleeding from his mouth when taken away by rescue personnel.
PAWTUCKET ‚ÄĒ For a ballclub hoping to be one of the deserving 16 teams in the state‚Äôs Open Tournament at the end of February, Shea‚Äôs been doing its part these days by turning in some excellent basketball.
On Tuesday night, the Raiders put together another splendid outing to sew up their fourth straight victory, this one coming at ‚ÄúThe Cage‚ÄĚ against neighboring Division II crossover foe Lincoln.
Junior guard Chris Mainville‚Äôs contest-high 21 points and nine assists and senior forward Alvin Semedo‚Äôs double-double of 16 points and 12 rebounds led the way for the Raiders in their 63-48 triumph.
WOONSOCKET ‚Äď The City Council held a ‚Äústate of the budget‚ÄĚ work session with administration and state officials Monday night and settled on a forecast that could only be described as dire and ominous.
Not only is the city once again looking at an operating deficit well over $14 million for the current fiscal year, it could also be dealing with that same figure each year through 2017 if drastic changes to city spending or state financial support are not made.
WOONSOCKET ‚Äď There may be hope yet for Alexander Kithes‚Äô embattled backyard chickens.
City Councilman Marc Dubois says he‚Äôs seriously considering a proposal to lift the ban on keeping chickens, just as other cities and towns have done.
It may be time for the zoning ordinance to reflect modern sensibilities about food as more and more people, like the Kithes, seek to grow their own for environmental and health reasons, he says.
Sarah H. Girard
BLACKSTONE, MA - Sarah H. (Freeman) Girard, 43, of Blackstone, MA passed away on Tuesday, January 15, 2013. She was the beloved wife of Marcel R. Girard.
Margaret M. Hoard
WOONSOCKET - Margaret M. "Peg" Hoard, of Woonsocket, died peacefully in her home January 27, 2013, surrounded by her loving family. Born in Woonsocket, she was the daughter of the late Ernest F. and Lillian F. (Walsh) Hoard.
She leaves her sister, Elizabeth A. Hughes and her husband Dennis of Providence, her brother, David J. Hoard of Lincoln, and many nephews, nieces, grandnephews and grandnieces. She was predeceased by her brother, E. Gerald Hoard, her sister, Helen F. Hoard and her sister-in-law, Judith Hoard.
WOONSOCKET ‚ÄĒ The Budget Commission has refused to let the city‚Äôs plan to privatize a new water treatment plant move forward after hearing from a well-organized band of opponents at its last meeting.
But Mayor Leo T. Fontaine, a member of the commission and one of the staunchest advocates of privatization, says the panel could revisit the issue as early as Feb. 5.
BURRILLVILLE ‚ÄĒ The Burrillville Police Department has two new officers.
Officers Holly Barrett and Robert Veader were sworn in by Town Clerk Louise Phaneuf on Jan. 23 as family members and friends looked on in Town Hall.
Both officers graduated from the Rhode Island Municipal Police Academy on Dec. 19 and are presently participating in the Field Training Officer Program, said Major Lareto P. Guglietta.
Officer Barrett, 25, is a resident of North Smithfield, a graduate of North Smithfield High School and holds a bachelor‚Äôs degree in justice studies from Rhode Island College.