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September 19th, 2011

Rudolph S. Okoniewski Jr.

September 19, 2011

Rudolph S. Okoniewski Jr.

NO. SMITHFIELD- Rudolph S. "Rudy" Okoniewski Jr., 64, of Providence Pike passed away on Sunday at The Home & Hospice Care of Rhode Island in Providence. He was the loving husband of Patricia (Oakley) Ducharme-Okoniewski.
Born October 23, 1946, in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late Rudolph & Ida (Valentino) Okoniewski, he resided in No. Smithfield almost all of his life. Before retiring and for many years, he was the proprietor of Rudy's Services Station in Millville, MA.

Jacqueline A. Lussier

September 19, 2011

Jacqueline A. Lussier

WOONSOCKET- Jacqueline A. (Lavallee) Lussier, 69, of Ballou Street, died September 14, 2011 in Landmark Medical Center. She was the wife of Roland M. Lussier.
Born in Manville, she was the daughter of the late Wilfred and Annemarie (Latour) Lavallee.
Mrs. Lussier was a homemaker. She also had served as a Eucharistic Minister, CCD teacher and a member of the Ladies Guild, as well as sang in the choir at Holy Family Church.

J. Michael DaLomba

September 19, 2011

J. Michael DaLomba

WOONSOCKET- J. Michael DaLomba 45, of Shannock RI, died Friday in RI Hospital. He was the husband of Laura (Hurteau) DaLomba.
Mr. DaLomba was born in Pawtucket, a son of Julio and MaryElizabeth "Beckie" (Ashburn) DaLomba. Though he was a Shannock resident for the last thirteen years, he was raised and schooled in Woonsocket.
He was formerly a teacher in the States of Florida and Rhode Island, before establishing his own handyman business.

Gregory W. Pontious

September 19, 2011

Gregory W. Pontious

BURRILLVILLE - Gregory W. Pontious, 55, passed away on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2011 in Kent Hospital, Warwick.
Born in Toledo, OH, he was the son of the late Robert W. and Margaret G. Pontious.
Greg was an automotive and autobody technician, working for major car dealerships in MI, MA and RI along with smaller auto shops. Greg was an instructor of automotive technology at the Community College of Wastenaw in Ann Arbor, MI and was involved with the BMW Automobile Club of MA, restoring their vehicles. Greg was member of the Masons and Loyal Order of Moose in Milan, MI.

Lucille T. Paul

September 19, 2011

Lucille T. Paul

NO. SMITHFIELD- Lucille T. (Charbonneau) Paul, 86, of Deerfield Commons, St. Paul St., No. Smithfield, died Friday, September 16, 2011 in Landmark Medical Center.
Born in Manville, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Olivine (Latour) Charbonneau.

September 18th

Sizing up the first weekend of league play on gridiron

September 18, 2011

The first weekend of league play in Rhode Island football provided a hint of what to expect in the season ahead from local teams.
In a most evenly-matched contest, Tolman High outlasted St. Raphael Academy 22-14 on Friday night. The Tigers are coming off a 2010 season in which they lost in the Division II Super Bowl to two-time champion Woonsocket.
The Villa Novans, meanwhile, laid an egg in their opener on Saturday, losing to Pilgrim, 18-7.

Pats' Wilfork savors first interception in 35-21 win

September 18, 2011

FOXBORO — Vince Wilfork was having a playful conversation with Pepper Johnson a couple weeks ago when a most unlikely topic arose.
“Man, I might end my career without an interception,” Wilfork told his defensive line coach.
Wilfork then asked a fellow defensive lineman if he’d ever reeled in a pick.
“Nope, never had one,” the teammate replied.
Well, in addition to the Patriots’ 35-21 victory over the Chargers at Gillette Stadium, Wilfork had extra cause to celebrate on Sunday.
When it comes to that first NFL interception, he’s officially off the schneid.

Lavallee delivers 'satisfying' outing at CVS 5K

September 18, 2011

PROVIDENCE — The training has been going well, but the weekly mileage is about a third of what he’s accustomed to.
Nursing a knee injury for the better part of the year, a stress fracture that has derailed his training targeted towards a possible trip to the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials, Roland Lavallee wasn’t looking at setting any kind of PRs at the CVS Caremark Downtown 5K. He was just at Sunday’s race to help his teammates and test his legs on the five-kilometer course.
The results were satisfying.

City’s WWI monument finds new home

September 18, 2011

WOONSOCKET – Local historian Elizabeth Vangel noticed the old monument one day when she was conducting a census of historic sites in the River Street area last year.
She found it outside the office of the former Woonsocket Rubber Company’s Alice Mill which, by then, had become a plant for Tech Industries.
The metal plaque was attached to a large glacial boulder and bore an inscription that she found in keeping with her studies of local residents who played a role in the nation’s Civil War.

Soldiering on into history; the fun continues Sunday

September 18, 2011

LINCOLN – The gun and cannon fire had just concluded, Union and Confederate soldiers hustling to their fallen comrades laying in the grass in attempts to save their lives, when 10-year-old Hannah Turgeon turned to her parents and stated, “That was outstanding.
“It's pretty cool to see them fighting with all the guns and cannons, the BOOMs; they made it look so real,” noted the Cumberland girl, who attended with her family “A Call to Arms: The 150th Anniversary of the Civil War/Re-Enactment and Living History Weekend” at Chase Farm Park on Saturday.

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