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Betty Jean Reeves

June 8, 2012

Betty Jean Reeves

WOONSOCKET- Betty Jean (Wood) Reeves, 56, died Saturday, May 26, 2012 in Bayberry Commons, with her family by her side.
Born in Springfield, Mass., daughter of the late Frederick and Marian (Kelly) Wood.
Betty was a homemaker and enjoyed spending time with her children and her loving grandson Deric.
She is survived by one daughter, Tasha Reeves, and one son Nathan Reeves, both of Woonsocket. Two brothers, Stephan Wood, of Wisconsin, and Michael Wood, of Alabama. And one grandson, Deric McGuire Jr. of Woonsocket.

Rev. Janice M. Meikle

June 8, 2012

Rev. Janice M.
Meikle

THE VILLAGES- Rev. Janice M. Meikle, 70, passed away on Friday, June 1, 2012 at Hospice House, The Villages, FL.
Born April 2, 1942 in Woonsocket, RI, she was the daughter of the late Woodrow and Myrtle (Tabor) Wilkins.
She graduated Woonsocket HS, R.I.C.E. and the Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, CA. She married Robert Meikle at the Congregational Church in Slatersville. She was ordained in Saint Francis' Episcopal Church in San Jose, CA in 1992. They moved to The Villages in 2011 from Cave Junction, OR where they retired after living in CA.

June 7th

Homeless camp in city crosshairs

June 7, 2012

WOONSOCKET – Acting on orders from City Hall, the police began dispersing a group of homeless men living in tents alongside the Blackstone River this week.
Human Resources Director Matt Wojcik said the city would have continued to tolerate the camp were it not for repeated complaints of disruptive behavior and violence. The police have one report on file of a fight on May 28 involving two men armed with bats and knives.

Eva Meunier

June 7, 2012

Eva Meunier

UXBRIDGE- Eva (Tancrell) Meunier, 106, of Largo, FL died Thurs. April 5 at Sabal Palms in Largo, FL.
Born on Aug. 19, 1905 she was daughter of Joseph E. and Georgianna (Auger) Tancrell, the eighth of nine children.

June 6th

Will, belief drive Mark Prior's comeback

June 6, 2012

The question cut right to the heart of the matter and can only be answered by Mark Prior himself.
Why?
Why keep revisiting what has been a torturous comeback trail in the same manner where in the past, injuries played a significant part in removing the luster of this onetime pitching star?
Why not come to terms that the last major-league start you made occurred August 10, 2006, take comfort in knowing you gave it your best shot and realize that at age 31, you still have an entire life ahead of you?

Giants draft Lincoln's Pickering in 32nd round

June 6, 2012

LINCOLN — Call what happened to Lincoln’s Chris Pickering on Wednesday afternoon a pleasant and unexpected surprise – that of getting selected by the San Francisco Giants on the third and final day of the MLB Draft.

Woonsocket softball team belts West Warwick, 13-0

June 6, 2012

PROVIDENCE -- Woonsocket hit with two outs. The Novans hit for power. The Novans peppered the gaps with hits.
Seventh-seeded Woonsocket kicked off the Rhode Island College portion of the Division II tournament by roughing up one of the division’s least scored upon teams on Tuesday night in the winners’ bracket semifinals.
Freshman Tayla Sevigny’s bases-clearing triple in the top of the first inning and classmate Amanda Nunez’s three-run homer in the second were the big hits in the Novans’ stunning 13-0 triumph over sixth-seeded West Warwick.

Cops to panel: Let us keep our manpower

June 6, 2012

WOONSOCKET — As the newly seated Budget Commission begins eyeing possible cuts in personnel, Police Chief Tom Carey says he intends to lobby members to let the manpower cap on the Woonsocket Police Department phase out as scheduled at the end of the month.
The result of collective bargaining between the city and the International Brotherhood of Police Officers, the cap went into effect on Dec. 30, 2011, restricting manpower to 93 officers, eight fewer than the union’s contract normally allows.

Arts and crafts festival Saturday at the Monastery

June 6, 2012

CUMBERLAND — The town's Monastery property will be on display with all its history when the sixth Annual Cumberland Arts and Crafts Festival is held there this weekend. More than 50 artists and crafters will be setting up booths near the Cumberland Senior Center building at the Monastery on Saturday for what organizers are hoping will be a nice day outdoors for the festival's visitors.
Lee Drury, Senior Center Director, said the festival is something the event's sponsors have been trying to grow each year as a rival to other popular arts and crafts events later in the season.

Muriel C. Cousineau

June 6, 2012

Muriel C. Cousineau

WOONSOCKET- Muriel C. Cousineau, 81, wife of Robert N. Cousineau, resident of Woonsocket, passed away on Monday, June 4, 2012 at the Oakland Grove Health Care Center in Woonsocket.
Born in Woonsocket, she was a daughter of the late Oswald and Alice (Dupuis) Nichols.

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