Archive - Apr 7, 2011
LINCOLN â A 20-year-old Pawtucket man was hurt Wednesday evening when the ambulance he was driving on Route 146 North went off the road and struck a utility pole, according to State Police.
Michael Bergeron of 6 Hatfield St., Pawtucket, was alone in the Med Tech ambulance van when it struck the pole in front of Cox Communications on Route 146 North just past the Route 99 onramp, according to State Police Lt. Michael J. Gill of State Police Headquarters in Scituate.
The 2011 season for the PawSox is finally upon us, and with it brings the promise of intrigue and discovery. Who will produce enough to get summoned to Boston? Answers will start to reveal themselves beginning with tonightâs opener against Rochester.
Here are five items one scribe plans to closely monitor in the early going until the picture becomes clearer:
1. Good gloves will always travel, but be patient with the hitting.
LINCOLN â As Bill Lee and Bob Montgomery swapped stories and shared laughs Wednesday afternoon at Kirkbrae Country Club, the former Red Sox pitcher-catcher battery took time to address some of baseballâs hidden truths that todayâs coaches and players like to put a different spin on.
WOONSOCKET â Cumberland High coach Marty Crowley believes he has a strong enough team to contend for a state title come mid-June.
But in his eyes, and perhaps most in Division I, the squad that everyone in the league should be concerned about is last yearâs state runner-up Mount St. Charles Academy.
âAbsolutely,â he said. âThey went to the finals last year. They (basically) got everybody back. They should be the favorites to win the whole thing. Theyâre good.â
CENTRAL FALLS- Krystyna Bubis 62, formerly of High Street passed away Sunday April 3, 2011 at the Miriam Hospital. She was the beloved wife of Edward Bubis.
Born in Poland she was a daughter of the Late Czeslaw and Helena (Krawczyk) Minota.
Mrs. Bubis was employed as a Cook at Darlington Assisted Living in Pawtucket.
Linda L. Camire
LINCOLN - Linda L. Camire, 63, of Lincoln, died Friday. She was the companion of James D. Coyle, Jr. Born in Attleboro, MA, she was the daughter of the late Chester and Laura (Roy) Badorek. Linda was employed as a sales associate for Totes & Isotoner at Wrentham Village. She is also survived by her daughters Darlene M. Jutras of Pawtucket and Dale A. Camire of Attleboro, MA, her brother John Badorek of Coventry and her grandson Tyler Jutras.