November 13th, 2012
Barry C. Kelman
WOONSOCKET- Barry C. Kelman, 71, of Middle St., died Friday November 9, 2012, in Rhode Island Hospital. He was the beloved husband of Lorraine L. (Brien) Kelman.
Born in Providence, son of the late Milton and Faye (Chase) Kelman.
Mr. Kelman, worked for American Dura film, in Holliston, Mass. and also for Coronet Thermogravers, in Providence, for 29 years.
Ernest R. Lambert
WOONSOCKET- Ernest R. "Ernie" Lambert, 61, of Woonsocket, died Friday evening at home. He was the loving husband of Linda A. (Zatonsky) Lambert. They were married on September 4, 1971.
Born in Woonsocket, he was a son of Marie Marthe (Dery) Lambert and the late Eugene O. Lambert. He remained a lifelong resident of the city.
Mr. Lambert was employed by Stop & Shop Supermarket for over 15 years.
Jeannine G. Crepeau
WOONSOCKET- Jeannine G. Crepeau 75, of Atlanta St. died Friday at Philip Hulitar Center. She was the wife of Romeo H. Crepeau, with whom she celebrated their 55th Wedding Anniversary in April.
Born in Woonsocket, she was a daughter of the late Adelard and Germaine (Bolduc) Lebrun.
Mrs. Crepeau was an assistant supervisor for Travelers Insurance for twenty years before retiring twenty years ago. She enjoyed bowling, sewing, crafts and ceramics. Jeannine was a member of the Red Hat Society.
PROVIDENCE â€” Deep down, Ed Cooley knows that itâ€™s probably not the best time to take his Providence Friars on a two-games-in-three-days junket in Puerto Rico.
Still, this is no time to convey weakness, which the second-year PC head coach clearly understands.
As Cooley emphatically stated following PCâ€™s surprisingly easy 81-49 throttling of Bryant on Monday night, the show must go on â€“ even if itâ€™s without the services of senior point guard Vincent Council (hamstring).
WOONSOCKET â€” The Americans couldnâ€™t make up their minds about fighting the British. And some on the British side thought they were done fighting Americans during the revolution.
But by the time it was over, the War of 1812 ended up cementing Americaâ€™s place in the pantheon of world powers, opening a gateway to an era of epic economic expansion for the young nation.
And, as a little side benefit, it gave us the national anthem.
PROVIDENCE â€“ As expected, the Providence College menâ€™s basketball team will play Mondayâ€™s intrastate contest against Bryant minus the services of senior catalyst Vincent Council.
Council sustained a hamstring injury in the early minutes of Saturdayâ€™s season opener against NJIT, the result of the point guard slipping on The Dunk hardwood before falling awkwardly. His departure left head coach Ed Cooley with a razor-thin rotation featuring just six scholarship players and one walk-on.
WOONSOCKET â€” Kevin and Jayne Donnell wonâ€™t dispute they have had trouble paying their utility bills or that their outstanding balances with NationalGrid are significant.
But the city couple also doesnâ€™t believe they should be without heat now that the cold weather has arrived.
Kevin Donnell is unemployed and looking for work as a van driver and his wife has health issues that have left her disabled and on Social Security.
PAWTUCKET â€” As is the standard after a football game, Woonsocket High head coach Carnell Henderson walked to the midfield stripe behind his troops and shook hands with opposing players and coaches alike.
He congratulated all for a job well done, then hugged a few St. Raphael Academy assistants before speaking briefly with long-time Saints' mentor Mike Sassi.
Maybe four milliseconds later, he bolted to his squad and leaped into a few of his heftier players' arms, then â€“ after a few choice words, naturally all positive â€“ he led his kids in a classic Villa Novans' chant.
CRANSTON â€” Head coach Jeremy Sherer didnâ€™t have to dig deep to find the reason why his North Smithfield team lost to two-time defending champion Exeter/West Greenwich in their Division II semifinal-round affair on Saturday afternoon at Cranston Stadium.
â€śI thought for the most part, we got muscled off the ball too much,â€ť the second-year coach said after his Northmen suffered a 5-1 loss to the unbeaten Scarlet Knights. â€śTheyâ€™re a strong team, theyâ€™re physical, and they did a nice job of beating us to the ball. It really came down to the 50-50s. They won them and we didnâ€™t.â€ť