Archive - Feb 4, 2011
FLORIDA - Julie Laliberte, 25, formerly of Fairlawn, passed away in Tampa, Florida. Survivors include her mother Annette; sister Michelle both of Florida; brother Robert of New Orleans; grandmother, Beatrice and uncle David Giammatteo both of Rhode Island. Julie was preceded in death by her father Judge Gerard Laliberte, and grandfather Henry Giammatteo.
Wanda H. Rollo
WARWICK - Wanda H. Rollo 85, of Arlington Avenue passed away Wednesday February 2, 2011 at her residence. She was the beloved wife of the late Fred Rollo.
Born in Pawtucket she was a daughter of the late Frank and Stefania (Kozel) Shottek. She lived in Warwick for the past 31 years and was formerly of Central Falls.
Before retiring she was employed as a Receptionist for the former Jack & Harry's Home and Auto Stores.
PAWTUCKET â€” Concern about the snow and ice build-up on the roofs of the city's schools has prompted the schools superintendent to call off school today so the matter can be addressed.
Schools Supt. Deborah Cylke said she made the decision after consulting with both the city's building official and a structural engineer who had been asked to assess the load bearing weights of each of the schools' roofs in the current snow and ice conditions.
CRANSTON â€” Two of the four heavyweight programs in Division I squared off on Thursday night. Cumberland and Cranston West threw haymakers at each other all night with the defending state champion Clippers getting off the deck to win a 36-28 slugfest.
Cumberland scored five pins, worth six points each in the team scoring, to a pair of deck jobs for the Falcons. Those pins, especially the ones scored by Brandon Ferreri and Tom Lacroix after Cranston West had taken a 25-21 lead after 160 pounds, proved the difference in this topsy-turvy match.