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April 16th, 2012

Linda M. Lee

April 16, 2012

Linda M. Lee

NORTH SMITHFIELD- Linda Lee, 55, passed away peacefully on Wednesday April 11, 2012 in the Home and Hospice Care of Rhode Island, in Providence, surrounded by her friends.
Born in Central Falls, she was the daughter of the late Thomas and Rose Lee.
Aside from many accomplishments in life, such as her employment at the ARC Industry and a member of the Arc Bowling League; Linda will be mostly and dearly missed by her courageous strength and her loving, kind nature, which she shared with all. L

Gemma announces Congress candidacy

April 16, 2012

PROVIDENCE — After months of hinting that he would reprise his 2010 Democratic primary challenge to David Cicilline, Lincoln businessman Anthony Gemma made it official Sunday evening: he is in the hunt for the Democratic nomination in the 1st Congressional District.

April 15th

McGair: Not officially retired, Burrillville’s Norton trying hand as interim pitching in Yankees' farm system

April 15, 2012

Seeking clarification as to which New York Yankees’ minor-league port of call Tim Norton would dock at this season, we revved up the search feature on MiLB.com’s home page, fingers crossed that a simple mouse click would yield the desired answer.
Instead, we were left with more questions with a side order of curiosity.

April 14th

Every picture tells a story: Exhibit captures last of trap fishermen

April 14, 2012

WOONSOCKET – The city's Museum of Work and Culture tells the story of an industry — textile manufacturing — that once was king in the Blackstone Valley but largely no longer exists as a key force in its economy.
Now, visitors to Market Square can learn about another onetime staple of the Rhode Island economy that has also seen its better days and may be following a similar path into history: trap fishing off the Rhode Island shoreline.

CATCH OF THE DAY

April 14, 2012

Trent Roderick, 8, of Woonsocket eyes this brown trout, one of the first fish caught early Saturday during the Ernest A. Carignan Jr. Memorial Fishing Derby at Cass Pond in Woonsocket. Turn to Page C-2 for more fishing photos.

Marathon veteran Chevalier returns to Boston

April 14, 2012

Maria Chevalier loves to run. She’s been doing it for nearly two-thirds of her life, starting with her years as a cross country and track standout in the early ’90s at Clear Creek High School in Idaho Springs, Col., and she’s taken part in everything from a simple 5K to a grueling 50-mile trail run.
But when it comes to the one race she enjoys running the most, the nine-year Cumberland resident won’t hesitate to give you an answer.

April 13th

Fontaine to field funds for the Fourth

April 13, 2012

WOONSOCKET – With scant cash to spare for frills in this struggling town, the mayor is resorting to a novel method of raising money to finance a Fourth of July fireworks display.
Mostly, it involves dinner, dancing, and cocktails, not necessarily in that order.
It’s Mayor Leo T. Fontaine’s Charity Ball, scheduled to take place April 27 at the historic St. Ann Arts & Cultural Center.

Gov. Chafee pushes his relief package

April 13, 2012

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Lincoln Chafee made a rare appearance testifying before a Senate committee Thursday, pushing for passage of his package of municipal relief bills.
Joining him before the Senate Finance Committee were mayors of several communities supporting the legislation, including Pawtucket Mayor Donald Grebien, Woonsocket Mayor Leo Fontaine and Cumberland Mayor Daniel McKee.

Evelyn R. Langevin

April 13, 2012

Evelyn R. Langevin

BLACKSTONE- Evelyn R. (St. Amant) Langevin 100, of Blackstone , died Friday at home. She was the wife of the late Emile H. Langevin., and mother of the late Evelyn Clark.
Born in Woonsocket she was a daughter of the late Alfred St. Amant. Mrs. Langevin was a textile worker for the former Maurel Worsted in Woonsocket for thirty five years before retiring in 1972.

Jeannine Blouin

April 13, 2012

Jeannine Blouin

WOONSOCKET- Jeannine Blouin, 61, passed away on April 7, 2012 at home in Woonsocket.
Jeannie was born in Central Falls, the daughter of the late Jean T. and Edith G. (Viau) Blouin.
For twenty years she had benefited from the care and support of Avatar and their wonderful caregivers. With their loving support, Jeannie was able to participate in many activities in the community. We want to thank the Avatar support professionals who helped Jeannie achieve her full potential.

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