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These people made 2010 memorable

December 30, 2010

The best part of my job is meeting people connected with various sports teams or organizations throughout the Blackstone Valley. When all is said and done, it is the people and the things they teach us that remain long after the final scores have faded away.
Here are some of the people I remember from my life during the year 2010.

Look out for these track stars in 2011!

December 30, 2010

Just like the other winter sports we cover, the indoor track season will enter a new year on Saturday.
Some goals that were set back in early November remain the same, but with 2011 now beginning there’s also those New Year’s resolutions.
Or, shall we say, a new set of goals – perhaps ones that become more realistic after the first two months of the season.
Will those goals (new and old) be accomplished? Time will only tell.
Here’s a glimpse at what is potentially in store from our top local track & field athletes in the coming months.

Americo I. Soars

December 30, 2010

Americo I. Soares
PAWTUCKET - Americo I. Soares, 88, of Glenwood Avenue, died Wednesday at Cherry Hill Manor Nursing Center, Johnston, RI. He was the husband of the late Benvinda A. Soares.
Born in Portugal, he was the son of the late Pedro Inacio and Maria (Amelia) Soares before living the last 27 years in Pawtucket.
He was a jewelry polisher in the jewelry industry in Rhode Island for many years before retiring.

Robert B. Fields

December 30, 2010

Robert B. Field
RIVERSIDE: Robert B. Field 71, formerly of Monroe Ave, passed peacefully at Charlesgate Nursing Home. He was the husband of Elaine (DosSantos) Field. They have been married for 50 years.
Born in Providence, a son of the late Walter and Dorothy (King) Field.
He had been employed by the Pawtucket School Department for over 25 years retiring due to illness and had previously been employed by Gilbane Corp.
Besides his wife he is survived by a daughter, Debra Segalla and her husband Angelo, two grandchildren, Brett and Austin Segalla.

Betty McWilliams

December 30, 2010

Betty McWilliams
CUMBERLAND - Betty McWilliams, 86, of Cumberland, died December 25, 2010. She was the wife of the late Joseph McWilliams, Sr.
Born in Providence, a daughter of the late Anthony and Emily Folco. She leaves 5 Children; Kathy Gardner, Cheryl Beaudreau, Joseph McWilliams, Timothy McWilliams, Kelly Landry-McWilliams and was mother of the late James McWilliams. She also leaves 18 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Services are private. In lieu of flowers donate to your favorite charity.

Anita M. Allen

December 30, 2010

Anita M. Allen
SEEKONK - Anita M. Allen 93 formerly of Chappell Street died Tuesday, December 28, 2010 at Garden Place Nursing Home, Attleboro. She was the wife of the late Howard E. Allen.
She was born in Pawtucket a daughter of the late Olympio and Rose (Massari) Poli.
Mrs. Allen leaves two daughters, Anita Comeau of Attleboro and Earlene John of Seekonk, one son, Dennis Allen of Florida, eight grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren. She was the mother of the late Timothy Allen.

Burt F. Labelle

December 30, 2010

Burt F. LaBelle
PAWTUCKET - Burt F. LaBelle, 63, of Division St, Pawtucket died Monday, December 28, 2010.
He was the husband of Linda (Childs) LaBelle. They had been married 39 years.
Besides his wife Mr. LaBelle is survived by his children Joey LaBelle, and April LaBelle, his grandson Brandon LaBelle and nieces and nephews. He was the father of the late Roy LaBelle.

Tolman tops Lincoln in title game

December 30, 2010

CUMBERLAND --– With the new year just a few days away, Tolman High coach Mike Kayata has plenty of reasons to smile.
After a slow start, his talented Tigershas been on somewhat of a roll, winning their last four games. The latest of those victories occurred on Wednesday night as Kayata saw his Tigers hold off a strong rally by Lincoln High to capture the annual Cumberland/Lincoln Boys & Girls Club Holiday Tournament with a thrilling 61-58 decision at the Wellness Center.

Fox stands firm on taxes

December 30, 2010

PROVIDENCE — Asked about his goals and priorities for the upcoming General Assembly session, one of the first things House Speaker Gordon Fox said is “I don’t want to raise taxes.”

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