October 22nd, 2012
BURRILLVILLE â€” Police Sunday were alerted to the discovery of a body of a man in a wooded area of Pascoag, but do not believe foul play is involved in the death.
Police Major Lareto Guglietta reported that at approximately 3 p.m. on Sunday, Burrillville police received a call regarding the discovery of a body in a wooded area off of Warner Lane in the Pascoag section of Burrillville.
The body was described by police as a white male in his 30s.
WOONSOCKET â€” Efforts to redevelop the site of the June 2011 fire that destroyed the historic Alice Mill have been waylaid by a legal dispute with his insurance company, the owner of the property says.
Although the fire was deemed accidental by the Woonsocket Fire Department, the Seneca Insurance Co. of New York has refused to pay the claims on the building, according to Steve G. Triedman. The dispute is the subject of pending litigation in the state courts. Triedman said Seneca is the lead defendant in the case, although there are several others.
WOONSOCKET- Rolande R. "Ronnie" (Sene) Lamoureux, 91, of Woonsocket, went lovingly to her Lord on Wednesday, October 17th at the Holiday Nursing Home, with her family by her side. She was the beloved wife of the late Lucien G. Lamoureux Sr.
Born in Woonsocket, she was the daughter of the late Philippe and Elyda (Bouvier) Sene. She resided in Woonsocket all her life, was a homemaker for many years and also worked at many of the area mills including Frenchtex and Murray Worsted.
Georgette S. Vallee
BLACKSTONE- Georgette S. "Gigi" (Bernier) Vallee, 72, of Blackstone, MA passed away peacefully with family and friends by her side on Saturday, October 20, 2012 at the Millbury Health Care Center. She was the beloved wife of the late Raymnd R. Vallee.
Born in Blackstone, MA on October 25, 1939, she was the daughter of the late Phillip and Olea (Lemay) Bernier.
Roger V. Chartier
WOONSOCKET- Roger V. Chartier 77, of Clinton St. died Friday at Landmark Medical Center. He was the husband of the late Lorraine (Leduc) Chartier, and is survived by his wife Therese (Houle) Chartier.
He was born in Woonsocket, a son of the late Andrew and Rose Alma (Allard) Chartier.
Mr. Chartier was a machine mechanic at the Foxboro Co. as well as many area textile mills before retiring in 1997. He was an avid Patriots and Red Sox fan.
William F. Shea
BELLINGHAM- William F. Shea, 89, of Bellingham, passed away on Saturday, October 20, 2012 at Milford Regional Medical Center. He was the beloved husband of the late Alice C. (Roy) Shea.
Born in Milford, MA on October 11, 1923, he was the son of the late James and Sophie (Meurisse) Shea.
Under a canopy of leaves colored bronze by the autumn chill, Donald Ross kneels over the moist clay soil of the forest floor and studies the upside-down, heart-shaped track of the white-tailed deer.
Kneeling next to him is his young son, also named Donald, who traces the track's muddy indentation with his finger, listening intently as his father describes the difference between the tracks of doe and those of a buck.
LINCOLN â€” The Spurwink School at 365 River Road is about to celebrate a milestone.
The small-setting, private school-based program serving students with a range of behavioral disorders will celebrate its 30th anniversary with a small gathering of staff, clients and friends on Nov. 14, according to Raymond Arsenault, executive director of the schoolâ€™s parent non-profit corporation SpurwinkRI.
PAWTUCKET â€“ La Salle Academy left little doubt who the best Division I girlsâ€™ tennis team is in 2012.
In a championship that was swift in terms of time required â€“ 80 minutes according to Cumberland High head coach and tournament director John Jasionowski â€“ top-seeded La Salle capped off an undefeated season Sunday with a 4-0 triumph against a Mount St. Charles outfit that was plenty upbeat after receiving the runner-up trophy and accompanying medals.
WARWICK â€” There was plenty of talent standing on Woonsocket Highâ€™s sideline Saturday afternoon. The problem was that not everyone was sporting shoulder pads and helmets.
With regular contributors Jalen Evans, Ryan Lagasse and John Poirier out and Dâ€™Andre Thomas leaving the game early in the first quarter, the Villa Novans were forced to call upon several unheralded types, asking them to save the day against Toll Gate High. Those who found themselves thrust into the spotlight acquitted themselves just fine as Woonsocket rolled to a 34-0 whitewashing against the winless Titans.