Archive - Nov 3, 2011
PAWTUCKET â Tolman High took care of business in the preliminary round of the Division II playoffs on Thursday night, rolling to a 3-1 victory over Tiverton.
The sixth-seeded Tigers advance to Mondayâs 6:30 p.m. quarterfinal round matchup at Cumberland. The Clippers, who ruled Division II-North with a 12-2 record, are seeded No. 3 overall in the tournament, behind top seed Exeter/West Greenwich (14-0) and second seed Bay View (13-1).
PAWTUCKET â Emerson Barros, who had netted only one goal in his first two seasons of playoff action for Shea High, scored four times on Thursday as the Raiders sped past Portsmouth 5-2 in a Division I quarterfinal round match.
âThe one person we knew we had to mark, we didnât mark,â Portsmouth coach Mike Stinton said after the match ended. âTheir speed is the one thing we couldnât match up with today.â
PROVIDENCE â Gov. Lincoln Chafee says âthere seems to be good momentum for comprehensive pension reformâ now that a joint General Assembly committee has concluded a series of public hearings on the controversial but potentially historic pension bill he crafted with General Treasurer Gina Raimondo.
Doris H. Johnson
LINCOLN - Doris H. Johnson, 78, of Old Jenckes Hill Road, died Wednesday, November 2, at Steere House, Providence. She was the wife of Richard C. Johnson.
Born in Gummersbach, Germany, a daughter of the late Kurt and Liddi (Blohm) Hertneck, she had lived in Lincoln since 1960.
Mrs. Johnson was a teacher at LaSalle Academy, Providence, and a member of Lime Rock Baptist Church, Lincoln.
Russell P. Jette
BURRILLVILLE - Russell P. Jette, 64, of Pascoag passed away peacefully Tuesday at home. He was the beloved husband of Cindy (Arruda) Jette.
Born in Pawtucket he was the son of Raymond Jette of Central Falls and the late Estelle(Bourgette) Jette. He resided in Pascoag for the past 24 years, previously residing in Providence.
Rita Joan Kelley
GOLD CANYON, AZ.: Rita Joan Kelly (88) passed away on Monday October 31th in Mesa, Az. Born in Providence, RI, she resided in Pawtucket for over 40 years, and 12 years in Cumberland. She was preceded in death by her husband Francis H. Kelley and daughter Catherine F. Randall.
Rita had lived with her daughter Maureen and son-in-law, Charles Paul in Gold Canyon, Az. since 2008.
She is survived by her daughter Maureen, four grandchildren, Christopher Contois, Heidi Boulay, Brian Randall and Alan Randall, and two great-grand children.
WASHINGTON, DC â U.S. Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI) marked the 30th anniversary of the Leon Mathieu Senior Center on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives.
âI am so grateful for the services the Leon Mathieu Senior Center provides,â Congressman Cicilline said. âBy providing seniors with a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment, the Leon Mathieu Senior Center ensures our seniors receive the security and comfort they deserve in their later years.â