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September 8th, 2011

Lionel J. Harnois

September 8, 2011

Lionel J. Harnois

WOONSOCKET- Lionel J. Harnois 86, of Pond St. passed away Thursday, September 8th surrounded by his loving family. He is survived by his wife, Doris L. (Lacroix) Harnois whom he married 58 years ago. Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late Emilien and Marie (Deserres) Harnois.

Randy Walker Sr.

September 8, 2011

Randy Walker Sr.

NO. SMITHFIELD- Randy Walker Sr., 54, of Mechanic St., No. Smithfield passed away suddenly Tuesday afternoon at Milford Regional Hospital.
He is the son of the late William L. Walker and Edith (Bulris) Reynolds.
He is survived by two children Tabitha and Randy Walker, three sisters Sybil Walker, Linda Rothwell and Cindy Gingell, three brothers Chester, Mickey and Robert Walker, along with his many cousins, nieces and nephews.

Victor P. Boucher

September 8, 2011

Victor P. Boucher

WOONSOCKET- Victor P. Boucher, 78, of Grandview Ave, died September 6, 2011 in U. Mass Medical Center, Worcester. He was the husband of the late Carolyne (Bragg) Boucher.
Born in Pascoag, he was the son of the late Alcide and Aurore (Bergeron) Boucher.
Mr. Boucher was a Korean War Navy Veteran. He was the warehouse manager for the Wrentham Developmental Center for the past fifteen years. He was a member of St. Joseph's Veterans Association and a former member of Woonsocket Lodge of Elks #850.

Ana L. Rodriguez

September 8, 2011

Ana L. Rodriguez

WOONSOCKET- Ana L. Rodriguez, 52, of Estes St., died Tuesday September 6, 2011 at Home & Hospice Care of R.I. with her family by her side.
Born in Puerto Rico, daughter of the late Saro and Carmen (Matiaz) Rodriguez.
She worked for Potpourri Group, Inc. in Whitinsville, MA. for several years.
Ana enjoyed spending time with her beloved family, and friends

September 7th

One step at a time for PawSox manager Beyeler

September 7, 2011

PAWTUCKET – Arnie Beyeler had everything figured out – or so he believed prior to discussing his baseball career ambitions with Brad Mills a few years back during spring training.
At the time Beyeler was managing in Double-A Portland while Mills served as Terry Francona’s bench coach in Boston. One day the pair engaged in some casual chatter when the minor-league skipper revealed what he considered the pinnacle: coaching third base for a major league club.

PawSox playoff opener pushed back to Thursday night

September 7, 2011

ALLENTOWN, Pa. — A brief period of clearing skies provided some false hope that the PawSox may be able to play the opener of their Round One Governors’ Cup Series against the Lehigh Valley IronPigs. Unfortunately, the clearing skies disappeared and another heavy downpour forced the postponement of the game.
The series will now be pushed back by one day, with the opener being played Thursday night at 7:05 at Lehigh Valley. PawSox manager Arnie Beyeler will keep the same pitching rotation in effect, with Matt Fox (10-4, 3.96) going up against Dave Bush (1-2, 3.91) in the opener.

Alleged shooter surrenders to police

September 7, 2011

WOONSOCKET – The man who allegedly fired a gun at two people in a car, causing the summer's most dramatic bit of mayhem in the process, surrendered Wednesday morning after a weeks-long game of cat-and-mouse with the police.
Justin Menard, 25, whose last known address was on Fifth Avenue, had been on the lam since the July 14 incident on Robinson Street.
One of multiple rounds Menard allegedly fired passed through the windshield of the other vehicle and struck the driver, who crashed through a nearby house in attempts to escape the fusillade.

Tea Party Express makes RI stop

September 7, 2011

NORTH KINGSTOWN – The Tea Party Express rolled into Rhode Island Wednesday on two big buses as part of its nationwide “Reclaiming America” tour.
TPX, as it fashions itself, is a traveling show of conservative politics, leavened with music and comedy, all wrapped up in patriotic Americana. It embarked from Napa, California and has made its way across the midsection of the country — “what the media calls flyover country” as one speaker put it — to New England and is now southbound for Tampa, Fla., where it is partnering with CNN to sponsor a debate among Republican presidential candidates.

Ernest G. Cologne

September 7, 2011

Ernest G. Cologne

WOONSOCKET - Ernest G. Cologne, 79, died at Landmark Hospital on August 24, 2011. He was the son of Ferdinand Cologne and Louise (Nadeau) Cologne). He was predeceased by his wife of 44 years, Carol Y. Dumond.
Born in Providence, RI, he resided in Cumberland. He was a carpenter. He leaves his two brothers, Richard Cologne of South Windsor, CT, and his wife, Sylvia, Ronald Cologne of Madison, CT and his wife Vicki. Also, his nieces, Christine and Denise, his nephews, Steven and Ronald Jr.

Maria Pina

September 7, 2011

Maria Pina

CUMBERLAND - Maria Pina, 92, resident of Cumberland, died peacefully September 6, 2011 at the Oakland Grove Health Center in Woonsocket.
She was born in Pawtucket RI, a daughter of the late Alfredo & Antonia (Joaquin) Pina. Maria lived in Woonsocket for fifty years where worked for the former Woonsocket Hospital as a housekeeper.
She is survived by a cousin Theresa Gil of Cumberland. She was the sister of the late Jeremy Pina and Maria Consesson and godchild of Aduzinda & Jose Gil.

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