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September 9th, 2011

Kory Lawrence 'saves' Woonsocket win

September 9, 2011

WOONSOCKET – For the first three quarters of Friday’s game, Woonsocket High goalie Kory Lawrence didn’t have to contend with too many shots fired his way by opposing Mount Pleasant.
But when the Kilties picked up their intensity a few extra notches in the crucial stage of the tilt, and Lawrence was called to action, the Villa Novan senior delivered.

Albert W. Dickinson

September 9, 2011

Albert W. Dickinson

SCITUATE- Dickinson Albert W. of Scituate passed on Sept. 7, 2011 at Life Care Center, Scituate age 99. He is husband of the late Mary (Vergona), and the late Doris (Gould).

Dylan Joshua Cote

September 9, 2011

Dylan Joshua Cote

LINCOLN- Dylan Joshua Cote, beloved one day old son of Melissa Walker and Joshua Cote of Lincoln, died unexpectedly Tuesday, September 6, 2011 at Women & Infants Hospital, Providence.

Kayden Andre Smith

September 9, 2011

Kayden Andre Smith

WOONSOCKET- Kayden Andre Smith, 2 month old, became an angel of God, on September 4, 2011.
Born in Woonsocket, Kayden was the beloved son of David Smith and Amanda LeBlanc.
Kayden is also survived by his paternal grandmother David and Lisa Smith Sr. Maternal grandparents Andre and Jody LeBlanc. Paternal great-grandmother Carol Smith and maternal great-grandmother, Eleanor C. Potter.
He also was the great grandson of the late Harold H. Potter Sr. and Robert Leblanc, and Rejane LeBlanc.

Hilda Gonsalves

September 9, 2011

Hilda Gonsalves

CENTRAL FALLS- Hilda Gonsalves, 91, formerly of Madeira Avenue, passed away Thursday at Steere House Nursing and Rehabilitation in Providence. She was the wife of the late John Gonsalves Sr.
Born in Insua, Portugal, she was the daughter of the late Francisco and Maria Pinto.
She resided in Central Falls for several years, previously residing in Valley Falls.
She leaves her son, John Gonsalves Jr. of Boston, MA.
The family would like to thank Steere House Nursing and Rehabilitation for their compassionate care of Hilda.

Robert J. Bouvier

September 9, 2011

Robert J. Bouvier

MANVILLE- Robert J. Bouvier, 73, of Old River Rd. died September 5, 2011, in the Home & Hospice Care of R.I. Bob was the companion of 30 years to Linda Pendergast, of Manville.
Born in Whitinville, MA, son of the late Albert C. and Antoinette (Belanger) Bouvier.
Bob worked as a Machinist for D&B Machine in Cumberland, for several years.
He was a United States Navy Veteran.

Cecile Richards

September 9, 2011

Cecile Richards

WOONSOCKET- Cecile (Godbout) Richards, 77, of Diamond Hill Rd., passed away Monday, September 5, 2011 in Landmark Medical Center. She was the wife of Thomas D. Richards, III.
Born in Providence, she was the daughter of the late William and Aurore (Curtis) Godbout.
Prior to retiring in 1996, Mrs. Richards worked as a molder for Polytop Corporation, No. Smithfield. She also worked at Tupperware Corporation for many years. She enjoyed crossword puzzles, bingo, going to yard sales and spending time with family.

September 8th

Lincoln schools tackle new initiatives

September 8, 2011

LINCOLN — When the town's six public schools opened Tuesday morning, they did so with teachers and administrators ready to tackle several initiatives the Lincoln School Administration team either adopted new this year or will continue to address.
In fact, some initiatives also have been adopted by the Cumberland and Woonsocket public school districts. Those three municipalities have formed a consortium to institute what's known as the Charles A. Dana Center Project, one based at the University of Texas at Austin.

Woonsocket drops field hockey opener to Classical

September 8, 2011

WOONSOCKET – During the final few minutes of the first half, Woonsocket High goalie Melinda Rice had to contend with a vicious attack by Classical.
But each shot, nearly a half dozen in that short span, Rice thwarted away with her stick or on a diving save.
That was just a sampling of the stellar effort by the talented senior in Thursday’s Division II clash at Barry Field. She finished her day’s work with 16 saves, most coming at close range.

Officiating crew grows to five with back judge

September 8, 2011

If Bruce Guindon and his high school football officiating brethren had their druthers, the installment of a fifth member to the longstanding four-man, on-field crew would have transpired years ago.
What was once a plea is now part of the Interscholastic League’s pigskin fabric. Beginning this season an additional pair of eyes will be called upon to aid specifically in the judgment of pass plays and blocks downfield, two areas that in the past have been tough calls a for group colloquially called “zebras” to accurately decipher.

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