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April 12th, 2011

Lillian E. Therien

April 12, 2011

Lillian E. Therien

WOONSOCKET- Lillian E. (Cournoyer) Therien, 85, formerly of Woonsocket and Jensen Beach, FL, died Monday April 4th at The Holiday in Lincoln. She was the wife of the late Armand F. Therien.

Jeanne M. Belba

April 12, 2011

Jeanne M. Belba

WOONSOCKET- Jeanne M. (Tardif) Belba, 86, formerly of Rock Ridge Rd., died Saturday at the Friendly Home.
Born in Canada, she was a daughter of the late Josephat and Eugenie (Parenteau) Tardif.
Jeanne worked many years at the former Beverly Club and El Dorado Restaurant. She was a member of the St. Joseph Senior Citizens. Jeanne loved to sew and also enjoyed bingo, scrabble and cribbage.

Alfred E. Caron

April 12, 2011

Alfred E. Caron

NO. SMITHFIELD- Alfred E. Caron, 84, resident of No. Smithfield, died April 11, 2011 at Landmark Medical Center, Woonsocket. He was the beloved husband of 57 years to Doris (Zacharie) Caron.
Born in Sturbridge, MA, a son of the late Alfred and Alice (Morin) Caron. He was a US Navy Veteran of WWII and the Korean Conflict.
Alfred retired as a steamfitter from Arden Engineering after 30 years and also was a 50 year member of UA Local 51.
He was an avid outdoorsman.

April 11th

Woonsocket, Pawtucket sue state

April 11, 2011

PROVIDENCE — The new school funding formula passed by the General Assembly last year has been hailed by educators, public officials and parents as a vast improvement in the way Rhode Island pays for its public schools. But at least two local communities claim it is inadequate to the point of being unconstitutional because it shortchanges poorer school districts.

Harold E. Mathewson

April 11, 2011

Harold E. Mathewson

WOONSOCKET- Harold E. Mathewson, 80, of Main St., died Sunday, April 10, 2011 in Miriam Hospital, Providence after an illness. He was the widower of Florence T. (Grenier) Mathewson, who died in February, 1972.
Born April 24, 1930, he was a son of the late Earl and Blanche (Savignac Brouillette) Mathewson.

Catherine Clifford

April 11, 2011

Catherine Clifford

JAMESTOWN- Clifford, Catherine, (O'Donnell), Jamestown, formerly of North Smithfield, died April 7, 2011 at home in Jamestown, RI. She leaves her beloved husband Joseph of Jamestown, son John Clifford, Manhattan, NY, daughter Patricia Clifford, Franklin ,NH, daughter Kimberly McFall, Greenville SC, and two beautiful grandchildren Emma and Maureen. She also leaves her loving sister Joanne Ryan of Woonsocket, RI.

Lucien Carmel

April 11, 2011

Lucien Carmel

WOONSOCKET- Lucien Carmel, 86, formerly of Read Ave., Woonsocket, died Saturday at The Holiday in Manville.
Born in Woonsocket, he was a son of the late Philibert and Marie Anna (Tessier) Carmel. He was a lifelong resident of the city.
Mr. Carmel was a graduate of Mount St. Charles Academy. After his graduation from Mount he enlisted in the service in 1943.
During WWII Mr. Camel served in the Army in the European Theatre with the 687th Field Artillery Co. of the 548th Infantry Battalion.

Roger A. Cournoyer

April 11, 2011

Roger A. Cournoyer

WOONSOCKET- Roger A. Cournoyer, 76, of Brookhaven Lane, passed away Friday, April 8, in Rhode Island Hospital, Providence after a brief battle with cancer. He was the husband of Muriel (Dussault) Cournoyer, and they had been married for 55 years.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late Adelard and Aldea (Beauregard) Cournoyer. He was a life-long Woonsocket resident.
Mr. Cournoyer was a proud Veteran of the Korean War, serving in the United States Navy.

Ruth M. Tempest-Shaw

April 11, 2011

Ruth M.
Tempest-Shaw

WOONSOCKET- Ruth M. (Richard) Tempest-Shaw, 92, of Woonsocket, died Thursday, April 7, 2011. She was the wife of the late James "Buster" Tempest and the late Wallace Shaw. Born in New Brunswick, Canada, she was the daughter of the late Joseph A. and Eva (Lirette) Richard.

April 10th

MSC faces Lincoln in baseball showdown

April 10, 2011

WOONSOCKET — It’s a little early for Mount St. Charles to start circling the wagons.
The two-time defending Division II champions have played just one game in Division I this season, a 6-5 loss to Smithfield, and this afternoon they host powerful Lincoln High in a 4 p.m. game that could be an eye opener for the Mounties.
Lincoln, which has scored 10 runs in each of its first two league victories (over St. Raphael and Cumberland), is led by Ryan O’Dell and a strong nucleus of players who should take the Lions deep into the playoffs in early June.

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