November 28th, 2011
NORTH CONWAY, NH. - Christine Marie Pullen, 59, of North Conway, N.H. passed away Nov. 21 after a long battle with cancer. She was the beloved wife of George Pullen.
Born in Woonsocket, Mrs. Pullen was the daughter of Evelyn (Frechette) Cutting of Woonsocket and the late Addison Cutting.
She leaves a brother, Raymond Cutting of Woonsocket, and a sister, Carolyn Croteau and husband James Jarret of Woonsocket.
MILLVILLE - Anna Wing Robinson, 62, of Millville died Sat. Nov. 26, 2011 at home. She was the wife of Joseph M. Robinson.
Mrs. Robinson was an artisan and displayed her crafts at The Little Country Shed in Millville which she operated for several years.
Anna was born Nov. 11, 1949 in Woonsocket, RI the daughter of the late Frank E. and Dorothy (Sacco) Wing Jr. She was a lifelong resident of Millville and graduated from Blackstone High School, Class of 1967.
Mr. and Mrs. Robinson observed their 5th wedding anniversary on Sept. 24, 2011.
CUMBERLAND - William H. Cummings, 50, passed away Friday at home surrounded by his loving family. He was the husband of the late Lisa M. (Berard) Cummings.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of John A. and the late Rita (Perron) Cummings. He resided in Cumberland for the past 20 years, previously residing in Woonsocket.
He was a graduate of Woonsocket High School, Class of 1979, and attended Bryant University.
Mr. Cummings was employed by the Rhode Island Department of Labor for 18 years, retiring due to his illness.
SACO, ME - Dolores (Turcotte) Brissart, 77, of Saco, ME and formerly of Woonsocket, died peacefully Thursday, surrounded by her loving family. She was the loving wife of the late Jacques C. Brissart. Born in Woonsocket, she was a daughter of the late Edmond and Veronica (Chabot) Turcotte.
Dolores was a graduate of the former St. Clare High School in Woonsocket and the Boston Dispensary at the New England Medical Center in Boston. She worked at the Woonsocket Hospital as a medical technician for nineteen years.
CUMBERLAND â The Cumberland High wrestling team opens practice today without returning state runner-up Erik Travers, who has become a key member of the football team this season.
The Cumberland gridders are scheduled to visit Chariho on Tuesday night in a Division II semifinal contest. Travers, a 5-foot-8, 150-pound junior, will start at cornerback on defense and halfback on offense.
Some things I think I think:
Is it possible the spread offense and its numerous variations have run their course at the high school football level?
Sure seemed that way during Wednesday nightâs Tolman-Shea game when neither team looked efficient on offense in a 7-0 Tigers victory. Both teams appeared to be mirror images of one another on offense as they operated out of the shotgun on almost every play, blending in elements of the spread and wildcat formations, sending backs into motion on almost every play.
Jessica Bliss and her daughter, Gabriella, 4, of Cumberland, shop for bead bracelets Saturday at Tranquil Gardens on Mendon Road in Cumberland. Yesterday was known nationally as Shop Local Saturday â to offset the frenzy of shoppers who frequented the âbig boxâ chain stores on Black Friday.
GLOCESTER â Working from their home studio in neighboring Burrillville, hobby videographers Carlo and Betty Mencucci have just finished a follow-up to their well-received 2009 documentary on the townâs history, âWest of the Seven Mile Line.â
While the first installment covered the townâs earliest days, this one touches on the most colorful events of the 1700s through the late 1800s, from the tragic saga of âBetty the Learned Elephantâ to the discovery of gold in the woods of Durfee Hill.
With its dominating 35-6 victory on Thursday, Cumberland High put a halt to a four-game winning streak by Woonsocket in the annual Thanksgiving Day contest. The Clippers continued their hot streak and momentum for their upcoming Division II semifinal tilt at Chariho Regional this Tuesday night with their seventh straight victory.
LINCOLN â There seem to be two types of Black Friday shoppers: the people who come out and wait begrudgingly in line for a specific sale item, and those who view it as one big, exhausting â but-enjoyable â road trip.
Pawtucket residents Pauline Tougas, Rachel Doyon and Jeannine Bourski fall into the latter category. The three women, along with a couple of other family members, headed out to do shopping at the major retail stores along Route 1 in South Attleboro, Mass. at 11:30 p.m. on Thursday and they were just finishing up at 9:30 a.m. on Friday.