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March 2nd, 2012

'SORRY ISN'T ENOUGH' -- 18-year-old sentenced in 2010 attack

March 2, 2012

WOONSOCKET – After nearly two years, Donald Paterson went to Family Court in his wheelchair Friday to watch as the youth who put him there was sentenced for his crimes.
Jeremy Kerrigan, 18, who has never been identified publicly before, entered a plea of no contest and was sentenced to 20 years, with 10 to serve and the balance suspended, with probation. Kerrigan was charged with one count each of felony assault on a person over 60 and assault with a dangerous weapon for stabbing Paterson in the back in April 2010.

Dennis J. Niejadlik

March 2, 2012

Dennis J. Niejadlik

MIDLOTHIAN, VA.- Dennis J. Niejadlik, 69, of Midlothian passed on Feb 9, 2012.
He was the son of the late Edward and Ann Styko Niejadlik and is survived by a son, Jeffrey Niejadlik; daughter, Stephanie Fox; grandchildren, Julia and Jessica Niejadlik and Grace Fox; brother, Edward Niejadlik and a sister, Carolyn Deslauriers.
A memorial service is to be held on Saturday, May 12, 2012 at 12:30 pm at Brandermill Country Club no. 10 tee in Midlothian, Va.

March 1st

CORRECTION --- A double leap of joy

March 1, 2012

Roberto Colon and Soley Trejos of Woonsocket are the proud parents of identical twin Leap Day boys, Julian, left, born at 3:16 p.m., and Ruben, born at 4:06 p.m. at Landmark Medical Center’s maternity wing. The couple now has four children, including Roberto Junior, 1, and Tiaynna, who will turn 2 in March.

Hockey postseason gets under way this weekend

March 1, 2012

Three months of regular-season games have now boiled down to three weeks of state tournament action.
And for five of the six Blackstone Valley teams that qualified for the playoffs, the ‘second season’ commences tonight at arenas throughout the state.
While the opening weekend of the postseason had long been reserved for the quarterfinal-round series, that won’t be the case this winter in the new State Championship playoffs, which along with the Division I tourney, jumps right into its semifinals this weekend.

Helene A. Fontaine

March 1, 2012

Helene A. Fontaine

BURRILLVILLE- Helene A. Fontaine, 84, resident of Nasonville, passed away peacefully with her family by her side on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 at her home.
Born January 15, 1928, she is a daughter of the late Albert and Alexandrina (Trudeau) Garneau.

Francis Gerard Mazzola

March 1, 2012

Francis Gerard
Mazzola

FRANKLIN- Francis "Franny" Gerard Mazzola, 74, of Franklin, died Wednesday, February 29, 2012 at Medway Country Manor Nursing Center after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. He was the beloved husband of Bonita A. (Almeida) Mazzola.
Born June 15, 1937 in Newton, Massachusetts, he was the son of the late Antonio "Henry" and Elizabeth (Sampson) Mazzola. He was a resident of Franklin for the past 35 years and a former resident of Bellingham.

February 29th

James Woods: Let docs say I'm sorry

February 29, 2012

By JIM BARON

PROVIDENCE — Movie and TV star James Woods appeared at the Statehouse Wednesday to testify in favor of a bill that would allow doctors and hospitals to express sympathy or acknowledge errors to patients and family members when medical treatment goes awry without it being held against them in later court actions.

Burrillville/Ponaganset girls await Div. I hockey finals

February 29, 2012

BURRILLVILLE — History has been extremely good to the Burrillville/Ponaganset co-op team when it comes to playing Barrington’s East Bay co-op squad.
Even since Barrington joined the girls’ hockey varsity ranks eight years ago, the Broncos have had the Eagles’ number. They own a 12-2 record against them, and a five-game win streak that has seen the Eagles strengthen their numbers by adding Mount Hope and Portsmouth to its co-op squad, yet the Broncos still win each time by five or more goals.

North Smithfield girls advance to Div. III semifinals

February 29, 2012

NORTH SMITHFIELD — After a rather sloppy initial half, one in which it registered 15 turnovers and had serious issues netting a bucket, North Smithfield High head coach Alisha Brannon took her troops aside and told them simply to calm down and think.
“Basically, we have a tendency to rush on offense, and the first half was a classic example,” she said. “They try to pass too quickly or dribble past (defenders). At halftime, I told them to quit rushing and spread the floor.

Madeleine B. Cardin

February 29, 2012

Madeleine B. Cardin

WOONSOCKET- Madeleine B. (Crepeau) Cardin, 91, 100 Front Street, Woonsocket, passed away February 27 at home, after a brief illness, surrounded by her loving family. She was the wife of the late Jules J. Cardin, Sr. married for 64 years.
Born Feb 24, 1921 in Woonsocket, daughter of the late Adgenard Crepeau and Marie Anne (Julien) Crepeau.

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