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November 25th, 2011

Steve D. Laliberte

November 25, 2011

Steve D. Laliberte

SEBRING FLA- Steve D. Laliberte, passed away on Nov 4 2011 from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident.
He has lived in Fla for the passed 7 years, prior to moving lived in Cumberland.
He is the son Of Dennis and Pauline (Poirier) Laliberte of Cumberland. He leaves a son in Fla and a daughter in Woonsocket, a sister Lori Marcoux in North Smithfield, also a fiance in Fla.
He worked in area body shops before moving and worked at Channey's auto in Fla.
A Memorial Mass is planned at St. John Vianney Church on Tuesday Nov 29 @10:00 am.

Constance M. Beane

November 25, 2011

Constance M. Beane

UXBRIDGE- Constance M. (Langelier) Beane, 88, formerly of Hecla St. died Wed. Nov. 23 after an illness. Her husband of 50 years William E. Beane Sr. died April 27, 1997.

November 24th

FANS FOREVER!

November 24, 2011

Cumberland High School alumni from the Class of 2010, including (from left) Davis Sak, Drew Felber, Shane Caron, Mike Krueger, Nate Soucy, Dan Canavan, Jason Coureiro, Brad Camiel and Ricky McCoy, cheer on the Clippers football team during their Thanksgiving Day tilt against rivals Woonsocket at Barry Field. Cumberland won by a huge margin. See Sports in Friday's CALL for more photos and the complete game story.

Couple charged with pot cultivation

November 24, 2011

WOONSOCKET — A local couple is facing felony drug charges after police found them in possession of a greater number of marijuana plants than allowed under their state Department of Health medical marijuana permits.
Police arrested John Soares, 46, and Patricia Molyneaux, 38, on charges of cultivating marijuana and manufacturing and possessing marijuana with intent to deliver, after finding a marijuana growing room in their Front Street apartment Wednesday.

Shop on 'Small Business Saturday'

November 24, 2011

WOONSOCKET — Shop local, buy local, and save gas while supporting the area’s small businesses tomorrow — National Shop Small Saturday.
And if you missed the map in yesterday’s edition of The Call, the following businesses along Mendon Road are participating in The Call’s holiday cash prize giveaway. (There’s no purchase necessary at these stores in order to enter; a $100 cash prize drawing will be held on Dec. 15.)
Among these Mendon Road small businesses is Caribbean Tan, which is now offering gift certificates.

Ponaganset finishes up with solid victory

November 24, 2011

FOSTER -- Here’s a strange, but true fact: heading into its Thanksgiving Day duel with Burrillville, Ponaganset had lost its last four games, and seven of its last eight, at home on The Reservation.
But the Chieftains silenced their home woes and a four-game losing streak on Thursday by riding a solid effort from their senior class to a 27-0 victory over the Broncos before a large gathering.

Cumberland gridders whip Woonsocket

November 24, 2011

WOONOCKET – Chris Skurka had no intention on letting up.
Despite a more important playoff game early next week, the Cumberland High coach planned to have his red-hot squad go full throttle against Woonsocket in their annual Thanksgiving Day contest.
He lied. Well, sort of.
The Clippers scored four times in the first quarter, found the end zone again in the second quarter and gave the reserves some ample playing time after halftime in cruising to a 35-6 rout of the Villa Novans on Thursday morning.

Central Falls torches Lincoln

November 24, 2011

CENTRAL FALLS – There was no slippage or signs of letup. For playoff-bound Central Falls, it was simply full speed ahead.
Thursday’s 34-0 holiday win against Lincoln High was just what C.F. head coach Mo Jackson was looking for. His Warriors raced to a commanding 27-0 halftime lead behind three touchdown passes from quarterback Brandon Canuto, who completed 9-of-11 passes for 247 yards.

Northmen earn date with C.F. in playoffs

November 24, 2011

SCITUATE --- Scituate made it interesting and competitive for a full quarter, but the winless Spartans ended up becoming nothing more than a minor speed bump in North Smithfield’s drive to the Division IV regular-season title.
The visiting Northmen erased a first-quarter deficit by erupting for 28 second-quarter points and cruising to a 60-13 rout at Caito Field that iced the squad’s first regular-season championship in its 44-year existence.

November 23rd

Twin River beefs up security

November 23, 2011

LINCOLN — Thanks to beefed-up security measures, the Mixed Martial Arts fights held at the Twin River Event Center on Friday night remained in the ring, and the audience that watched did only that.
That's just one reason why the Town Council, which also acts as the Board of License Commissioners, voted unanimously (5-0) to accept a report regarding increased security during such events on Tuesday night. Those new standards were provided by Twin River representatives and Police Chief Brian Sullivan during a public hearing held at Council Chambers.

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NORTH SMITHFIELD – The police arrested a North Smithfield Middle School teacher Thursday on charges of felony larceny...
BELLINGHAM – Like bats to the Batcave, legions of Batman fans swarmed Friendly Neighborhood Comics Wednesday to...
launched a new mass emergency notification system designed to alert residents of public safety threats, parking bans,...

 

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