February 4th, 2012
WOONSOCKET --- Mount St. Charles took charge right from the start of its Division I contest with Moses Brown on Friday night at Adelard Arena and skated away with a 6-3 victory that gave the third-place hosts some breathing room in the power standings.
Now 7-5, the Mounties have 12.6 power points, which is now more than two over fourth-place Burrillville (10.2) and three over fifth-place Moses Brown (9.4), which saw its record fall to 6-6-1.
WOONSOCKET --- Pilgrim didnât win the battle of numbers on Friday night, but the Patriots won a very big game against Cumberland, a âWâ that vaulted them over the Clippers and into first place in the Division II-North standings.
Senior center Cody Weaverâs second goal of the game with 2:14 to play in the game lifted the visiting Patriots to a hard-fought 3-2 triumph in a battle of two shorthanded teams at Adelard Arena.
PAWTUCKET â The look on the face of Burrillville High coach Lindsay Rachlow said it all. She wasnât out there with her players during Friday nightâs Division II-North contest with Tolman, but she certainly showed the exhaustion of playing a fierce battle with the Tigers.
It was a battle that her Broncos managed to win, eking out a 48-47 victory over Tolman before its typically-loud fan base at the Donaldson Gymnasium.
NORTH SMITHFIELD â A local man was sentenced to serve 30 years in prison after pleading guilty to multiple counts of raping three children, the attorney generalâs office announced.
Ramiro Morales, 39, will also be on probation for 25 years upon his release from prison and is subject to lifetime supervision with a GPS monitoring device under the Jessica Lundsford Act, said Amy Kempe, spokesman for Attorney General Peter Kilmartin.
Morales has been incarcerated since 2009, but his last known address was 25 Lapre Road.
GLOCESTER â President Barack Obama has nominated former Glocester Police Chief Jamie Hainesworth to be Rhode Island's new U.S. marshal, the White House has announced.
Hainesworth currently serves as the law enforcement liaison and victim advocate for the Rhode Island chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving after some three decades in police work.
âItâs a great choice,â said State Sen. Paul Fogarty (D-Dist. 23, Burrillville, Glocester, North Smithfield). âHeâs a man of incredible honesty and integrity, heâs a great law enforcement guy, and heâll do the state and Glocester proud.â
NORTH SMITHFIELD- Therese Dupont, 85, passed away on Wednesday, February 1st at St. Antoine Residence, 10 Rhodes Avenue, North Smithfield, RI 02896, surrounded by the devoted staff of the Residence.
Born on August 23, 1926, the only child of the late Simeon and Jeannette (Belanger) Dupont, she was a long time resident at St. Antoine and was considered family by staff and residents, past and present.
She leaves her extended family of present and past residents and her devoted care giver, Claire Leonard of Central Falls.
Harry Joseph McMichael
BLACKSTONE, MA- Harry Joseph McMichael, 63, died Wednesday, February 1, 2012 in Lydia Taft House, Uxbridge, MA.
He was born in Fall River, MA and was the devoted and attentive son of the late Harry X. and Virginia (Accica) McMichael. He was a lifelong resident of Blackstone, MA.
BARRINGTON â Woonsocket scored one of its most satisfying victories of the season on Thursday night, rallying from an early 7-0 deficit to edge Barrington 48-43 and take over second place in Division I-North.
Kailey Fugere scored 30 points and Michelle Brayboy added 13 for the Villa Novans, who are now 9-3 and have won their last six league games. The victory avenged an early-season 51-32 loss to Barrington on Woonsocketâs home court.
Fugere added 11 rebounds and netted the decisive basket with 40 seconds left to play as Woonsocket took a 48-43 lead and then held on for the win.
LINCOLN â Central Elementary School fourth-grader Maggie Cabana didn't want to let down her fellow students, so she decided to prepare her Wednesday lunch the night before.
âI made it at about 7:30 (p.m.); I made my peanut butter crackers, strawberries and an orange with the peel taken off, then put them all in plastic containers,â she admitted. âI did it so I wouldn't forget anything. I was scared that I'd put it into plastic bags. I didn't want to forget that's against the rules (for this lunch).â
Irene C. Marion
NORTH SMITHFIELD- Irene C. (Denomme) Marion, 85, of Williams St., died Wednesday, February 1, 2012 in Landmark Medical Center, Woonsocket. She was the wife of the late Florian O. Marion.
Born in Woonsocket, she was the daughter of the late Alderic and Eva (Fortier) Denomme.
She had worked for various Textile Mills in the local area. She also worked for L & L Laundromat, Woonsocket.