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July 12th, 2011

CALL, Lincoln advance to District 4 title game

July 12, 2011

LINCOLN — On their way to posting undefeated records in pool play of the District IV Little League All Star Tournament, Cumberland American and Lincoln combined to outscore their opponents by an 87-12 margin.
After their respective semifinal games on Tuesday night at Hien Field, the two powerhouse teams kept their records unblemished.
But it wasn't quite that easy.

Rita Blanche Fleuette

July 12, 2011

Rita Blanche Fleuette

PLAINVILLE- Rita Blanche (Clegg) Fleuette, of Plainville, where she has lived since 1950, died Sunday, July 10, 2011 at the New England Sinai Hospital in Stoughton. She was 67.
Born in Attleboro, she was the daughter of the late Edward and Rita (Audette) Clegg, she was a 1962 graduate of King Philip High School in Wrentham.
She was a retired stitcher for Dale Medical in Plainville for over 25 years. Formerly active in the Girl Scouts, she enjoyed camp outs, and was an avid NASCAR and Red Sox fan. She also enjoyed trips, and vacationing with her husband in Florida.

Robert L. Pointon

July 12, 2011

Robert L. Pointon

WOONSOCKET- Robert L. Pointon, 73, of Clinton St., Woonsocket, was called by his Creator July 10, 2011.
Born Nov. 2, 1937 in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late Henry S. (a former Woonsocket Call editor) and Isabelle (LeBoeuf) Pointon.
Robert graduated from Mt. St. Charles and then served six years in the U.S. Navy as an aerial photographer. He subsequently became a chef and restaurant manager for various restaurants in Woonsocket, Plymouth and Brockton, MA. He also owned a variety store in Brockton, MA.

Joseph L. "Joe" Borelli

July 12, 2011

Joseph L.
"Joe" Borelli

BELLINGHAM- Joseph L. "Joe" Borelli, 73, of Bellingham, passed away peacefully at home on Monday, July 11, 2011 with family by his side. He was the beloved husband for 50 years of Nedra L. (Watson) Borelli.
Born in Framingham, MA on April 23, 1938, he was the son of the late Joseph and Anne (Nicoli) Borelli.

Carol A. Sharples

July 12, 2011

Carol A. Sharples

NORTH SMITHFIELD- Carol A. (Levy) Sharples, 68, of Bridgewalk Dr. No. Smithfield. Passed away on Monday at her home, she was the loving wife to Ronald Sharples
Born Feb. 24, 1943 in Woonsocket, she was the daughter of the late Stephen & Anna (Tyniak) Levy.
Carol was an Eligibility Technician for the State of R.I. Food Stamp Program before Retiring.

July 11th

Time to talk about Red Sox and Yankees

July 11, 2011

If you’re not a baseball fan, stop here. It’s time to talk baseball.
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The All-Star break isn’t just a respite for players. The short vacation gives baseball fans a few days off to think about the second half of the pennant race. That’s what we fans do. Can’t play so we sit around mulling schedules and statistics while the grass turns brown in our front yard.
In New England, when you mention pennant race, that can only mean one thing – Red Sox vs. the Yankees, with a little dose of the Tampa Bay Rays thrown in.

Rich Sauveur is a savvy pitching coach

July 11, 2011

PAWTUCKET – Know those acceptance speeches an Oscar recipient gives upon being presented a solid gold statuette? The ones that begin with “I’d like to thank …”
Some speeches turn out sappy bordering on cringeworthy. Those falling in the melodramatic category tend to feature the winner crying to point where you can barely make out what’s being said. Bottom line? It’s about extolling credit where credit is due.

PawSox prefer to platoon catchers

July 11, 2011

Some thoughts designed to close the books on the first half of the 2011 season for the Pawtucket Red Sox …
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For the past several seasons the PawSox have sworn by a platoon situation at catcher.
“We run a 2-2 split,” manager Arnie Beyeler explained. “They get their work, so that’s what’s important.”

So, who's running for mayor?

July 11, 2011

WOONSOCKET — In this era of scant resources and shrinking government, being mayor of the state's seventh largest city isn't as glamorous as it used to be. But it looks like Mayor Leo T. Fontaine will get to keep the job for another two years without a fight, if he wants it.
And he does.
“I never really had any doubts about it,” said Fontaine. “I'm not going to be one of these guys that's around for 20 years, but clearly we've started some things I think need to be continued.”

Petrin, Henry J.

July 11, 2011

Petrin, Henry J.

WOONSOCKET- Petrin, Henry J., 90, passed away Friday, July 08, 2011 at the Woonsocket Health Center.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late Henri and Emma (Richard) Petrin.
Mr. Petrin was employed at Dennison Paper Manufacturing, Framingham, MA. for 25 years before retiring in 1986. He was also an Army Veteran serving during WWII and was a Prisoner of War.
He was the brother of the late Lillian LePage.

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