January 8th, 2015
SMITHFIELD - Johnny Williams, born in 1957 in New Orleans, LA, former resident of Baton Rouge, LA and current resident of Smithfield, RI, passed away January 6, 2015 with his family by his side. He was the husband of Audrey (Duncan) Williams whom he married May 5, 1987 and son of the late Jimmy Gurney and Barbara Hatter.
Joan A. Lovett
BURRILLVILLE - Joan A. (Lynes) Lovett, 84, died Tuesday, January 6, 2015, in Overlook Nursing Home, Pascoag. She was formerly of Nasonville. Born in Providence, she was the daughter of the late John J. and Anna W. (Kelly) Lynes.
Joan worked many years at Zambarano Hospital before retiring as a Senior Attendant. She was a member of the Rosary & Altar Society and active in other church events for St. Joseph's Church, Pascoag. She also loved sports and was an avid reader.
WOONSOCKET â€“ A 23-year-old female died in a single-car crash on Providence Street overnight, police said Thursday morning.
Neither the victimâ€™s identity nor other details were immediately available, but Detective Sgt. Matt Ryan said the department would issue a statement later.
Read The Call Friday for a full account of the accident.
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WOONSOCKET – T.J. Ciolfi’s Villa Novans are quickly earning the reputation as a pick-your-poison team for opponents.
Do you run multiple defenders at 6-foot-5 senior Gary Lyles, who possesses a special blend of athleticism that’s hard for frontcourts to contend with? Or do you elect to concentrate on Elijah Vazquez, a shifty guard who seemingly possesses unlimited range?
WOONSOCKET – During the Christmas break, Mount St. Charles dropped three straight non-league contests, and first-year head coach Henry Coleman knew why.
His team wasn’t crashing the boards or playing team defense like they should be, so spent extra practice time on those issues.
Coleman said he could see that work pay off during the Mounties’ impressive 49-36 non-league victory over Division II foe Lincoln on Wednesday night, to improve to 2-4 overall.