Archive - Jan 19, 2011
CUMBERLAND - Adelia Miguel, 84, formerly of Hilltop Road, passed away Tuesday in the St. Antoine Residence, North Smithfield. She was the wife of the late Joaquim Miguel. Born in Cabra-Gouveia, Portugal, she was the daughter of the late Francisco and Carlota (deJesus) Ferreira.
She moved to this country in 1952, settling in Cumberland.
She leaves her beloved son, Antonio Miguel, and his wife Deborah of Cumberland; granddaughter Jill Teixeira, two great-granddaughters, Joy and Hope Teixeira, all of Cumberland; sister, Racquel Freitas of Brazil.
Marie B. Bouchard
CUMBERLAND: Marie B. Bouchard (Lavallee), 50, passed away Tuesday peacefully, surrounded by her loving family after a courageous battle with cancer. She was born on February 17, 1960, in Central Falls, the daughter of Mary (Vasques) Lavallee and the late Rolland A. Lavallee.
Arthur E. Huard
LINCOLN Arthur E. "Chuck" Huard, 61, of River Road, passed into eternal rest on Tuesday surrounded by his family after a two year battle with brain cancer. He was the devoted husband of Denise M. (Syvester) Huard and had been married for 42 years.
Theresa M. Harrold
Theresa M. Harrold, 78, of Williston Way, Pawtucket died Wednesday, January 19, 2011. She was the wife of the late Joseph V. Harrold Sr.
Mrs. Harrold was born in Pawtucket the daughter of the late Joseph and Elsie (Goodreau) McKenna. She graduated from St. Xaviers Academy in Providence.
PAWTUCKET â€” Shea High played the role of the New York Jets on Tuesday night, using a strong defensive scheme to dominate first-place West Warwick High by an impressive 77-62 margin.
The Raiders, who came into the game with a 4-4 record in Division II-Central, turned the tables on the Wizards, who were 7-1 and leading the South coming into this contest.
PAWTUCKET â€“ Sure, wins right now have their place. Yet with an open tournament in less than two months to determine one true state tournament, Tolman head coach Mike Kayata has opted to take a look at the extended forecast.
PAWTUCKET â€” A fire that ignited Monday evening caused substantial damage to a greenhouse belonging to Imondi & Sons Florist at 182 Smithfield Ave.
According to Fire Capt. Steven Parent, the shop had closed for business at 5 p.m. and the fire alarm came in at around 6 p.m. The blaze apparently started in a wood frame greenhouse, one of two greenhouses that are connected to a showroom. He said the heat caused the greenhouse panels to melt but the showroom and remaining metal frame greenhouse remained intact.