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Solange M. Whipple

December 10, 2012

Solange M. Whipple

WHIPPLE, Solange M. "Sally" (Lemieux) of Attleboro, MA, passed away on December 6, 2012. She was 90.

Iris C. Lataille

December 10, 2012

Iris C. Lataille

BURRILLVILLE- Iris C. Lataille 97, resident of Pascoag died December 7, 2012, at the Overlook Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
She was born in Mapleville RI on July 6, 1915, a daughter of the late Napoleon & Celima (Labossiere) Lataille.

Claire E. Rainville

December 10, 2012

Claire E. Rainville

WOONSOCKET- Claire E. Rainville 81, formerly of Burrington St. died December 8, 2012 at The Holiday Retirement Home, surrounded by her loving family. She was the wife of the late Roland R. Rainville.
Born in Woonsocket she was a daughter of the late Norbert and Clara (Richard) Arsenault.

December 9th

For Lavarnway, 'staying mentally strong is huge'

December 9, 2012

PAWTUCKET — Professional catchers are part of a select fraternity and understand the physical grind which stems from crouching for nine innings a night multiplied by six or seventh months. Compound that with the never-ending pursuit of processing and distributing data regarding his team’s pitching staff, it’s easy to see that these men play the sport’s most demanding position.

Police help collect toys at Auger home

December 9, 2012

Members of the Woonsocket Police Department joined the Auger family at their home at 329 Wood Ave. Sunday evening to collect toys for the department's annual toy drive benefiting under privileged local children. The Augers hold the annual drive in the memory of Woonsocket Police Dispatcher Ron Auger, who died in 2009 after an illness. Ron had helped the police collect toys and his family fills the bed of his truck during the collection to continue that tradition.

December 8th

Public invited to give input on future of Main Street

December 8, 2012

WOONSOCKET – The second of three installments in a workshop series to brainstorm ideas for Main Street’s future is scheduled for Wednesday, and City Planner Jennifer Siciliano is once again extending an open invitation to the public.
The event will be held at Stage Right Studio, 68 South Main St., from 6-8 p.m.
The aim of the workshop is to develop and refine ideas for making Main Street both business- and pedestrian-friendly, according Siciliano.

Fate of deer in hands of Council

December 8, 2012

LINCOLN – The Town Council’s ordinance subcommittee will consider the fate of a burgeoning local population of deer when it holds a special meeting Monday on revisions to the town’s ban on hunting.
The ordinance change, under consideration by the three-member Council subcommittee for the past two months, would allow the taking of deer by archery equipment during a deer-only hunting season. The hunting of birds and animals has been banned locally since 1994.

Lincoln couple continues efforts to honor veterans

December 8, 2012

LINCOLN — Eddie and Patty Fox had been familiar with Wreaths Across America's work over the years to recognize the courage and sacrifices of our veterans, but it wasn't until last year that the couple began to think about how their home town of Lincoln could assist the mission.
The Foxes were the driving force behind the effort last year to raise money for a Vietnam Veterans Memorial, which was dedicated at the Lincoln Senior Center on May 21, 2011.
"It was a huge ceremony and over 400 people attended," said Patty.

Clippers’ Crawley places 38th at cross country nationals

December 8, 2012

Typically, placing 38th out of 39 participants isn’t cause for much rejoicing – unless you’re taking into account that you’re competing against the very elite in the country.

Mount St. Charles breaks ground on tennis courts

December 8, 2012

WOONSOCKET — It was nearly 40 years ago, back in 1973, that Richard Lawrence founded the Mount St. Charles' boys tennis program, and he well recalls how primitive the playing conditions were.
“We had two old concrete courts over by the third-base line (of the current baseball diamond, located on the upper-campus field),” smiled Lawrence, now the school's athletic director. “We also had two courts inside the (Adelard hockey) arena. Those outdoor courts were in terrible shape, and the ones inside, the kids had very little room to maneuver.”

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