Archive - Oct 18, 2011
PROVIDENCE â€” The die is cast.
A massive 200-page bill, months in the making, to radically change public employee retirement payments for everyone from the newly-hired worker to the longest-surviving pensioner was finally introduced in both the House and Senate on Tuesday, ending an extended period of public expectation and speculation.
LINCOLN â€“ The playoffs for Division I begin Oct. 29-31 and Cumberland and Lincoln are right on the cusp to be among the eight teams that earn a berth into a quarterfinal game.
The neighboring rivals battled together on Tuesday afternoon in a key Div. I-B matchup and it was the host Lions that kept up their last-season momentum en route to a 3-0 decision over the Clippers.
What direction does an athlete head in upon retiring? Whatâ€™s next once the cheers stop?
Figuring out the next chapter isnâ€™t always easy. Professional athletes often devote much of their adult life to on-field athletic development â€“ sometimes at the expense of developing proper off-field skills and healthy coping mechanisms that can help with retirement.
Thatâ€™s why itâ€™s important to remember the following: life does not cease just because the games do. The ability to contribute to society still exists, even if itâ€™s no longer through sports.
Theresa G. Faford
PAWTUCKET - Theresa G. (Dery) Faford, 87, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, October 17, 2011. She was the beloved wife of the late Donald J. Faford, Sr.
Born in Northampton, MA, a daughter of the late Hubert A. and Marie (Beaudoin) Dery, she resided in Pawtucket most of her life. Terry worked and volunteered for the Little Sisters of the Poor for many years. She was a member of the Jeanne Jugan Choir and a former member of the Music Ministry at Our Lady of Consolation Church. Terry was a forty-five year member of the Keno Girls.
Grace Mills Perkins
PROVIDENCE - Grace Mills Perkins, formerly of Pawtucket, RI died on October 15, 2011 at the Tockwotton Home in Providence, RI. Grace was born in Watertown, Massachusetts, on February 10, 1923, and was educated at the Academy of Notre Dame in Tyngsboro, MA. Her parents Grace L. (O'Keefe) and Leo Herlihy predeceased her. She is also predeceased by her husband, William T Perkins, a son, William A. Mills, and stepson William J. Perkins and 3 siblings.