Archive - Feb 18, 2011
Therese M. Beaulieu
PAWTUCKET - Therese M. Beaulieu, 80 of Pawtucket died on Wednesday at Rhode Island Hospital. She was the wife of the late Edward J. Beaulieu. A daughter of the late Arthur and Ursula (Giard) Beaulieu, she was born in Pawtucket where she was a lifelong resident.
She was a communicant of St. Teresa Church. Prior to retirement in 1992, she had been employed for thirty-two years as an estimator in the office of the Key Container Corp. She was a member of St. Teresa's Senior Group and of the AARP.
George H. Adams IV
CENTRAL FALLS - George H. Adams IV, 23, of Dexter St, Central Falls died Thursday, February 17, 2011. He was the son of George H. Adams III and Melinda Chaves.
Mr. Adams installed sprinkler systems for Triple A Sprinklers in Warwick.
CUMBERLAND - Evelyn (Breault) Brouillette, 85, formerly of Pocasset Avenue, passed away Thursday in St. Antoine Residence, North Smithfield. She was the wife of the late Raymond Brouillette.
Born in Pawtucket, she was the daughter of the late Theophile and Laura (Jette) Breault. She resided in Cumberland for over 50 years.
Mrs. Brouillette was employed at Texas Instruments, Rhode Island College, RI Division of Taxation, and Fram Corporation.
She was a communicant of St. Aidan Church.
PROVIDENCE â€“ No matter how you slice it, Providenceâ€™s 79-76 defeat to Big East bottom feeder DePaul was a tough pill for Keno Davis and the Friars to swallow.
Davisâ€™ post game press conference was far from a ray of sunshine, as the third-year coach sat silent at the podium for several minutes before trying to explain what has to be the Friarsâ€™ most disheartening loss of the season â€“ one coming against a DePaul outfit that coming had had dropped 25 consecutive Big East games.
â€śItâ€™s a tough lesson for a young team to learn,â€ť said a clearly shell-shocked Davis.
For three local teams straddling along the same line, the idiomatic expression â€śthereâ€™s no tomorrowâ€ť definitely applies.
CUMBERLAND â€” In states where wrestling holds a prominent place in the high school sports winter season -- Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Iowa come to mind â€“ people flock to big dual-meets in large numbers. When two unbeaten teams meet, fans and coaches and former wrestlers fill the stands, contributing to a raucous setting not often seen in Rhode Island.
PROVIDENCE â€” The country got up close with the nether regions of the Big East Conference on Thursday night.
In a nationally-televised contest involving two teams just trying to stay afloat in a Top-25 dominated lead, DePaul held on for 79-76 win over the Providence College Friars before 5,021 disappointed fans at The Dunk.
PC trailed 77-76 with seven seconds remaining when Gerard Coleman had a pass broken up in the lane by DePaulâ€™s Jeremiah Kelly, who hit two free throws with less than a second remaining to secure the win.