Archive - May 16, 2011
PAWTUCKET -- Tolman High scored its biggest win of the season on Monday, handling Division II-South leader Middletown its first loss.
The Tigers rallied for two runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to pull out the win. The game was tied after seven innings to both teams began their at-bats in the eighth with a runner on second base. Middletown plated its runner to take an 11-10 lead, setting the stage for Tolmanâs final comeback of the day.
Ashley Hessler put down a bunt single for Tolman to get things started. Jordan Klemanchuck then singled in both runners to win the game.
PAWTUCKET â Tolman High dealt a crushing blow to Shea Highâs playoff chances on Monday.
The Tigers rolled to a 15-5 victory over the Raiders in a Division II contest shortened to six innings by rain at McConnon Field.
Tolman improved to 10-6 with the win while Shea fell to 6-10.
âItâs kind of a bittersweet win for us,â Tolman coach Theo Murray said, âbecause Shea needed to win two of three games this week to be playoff-eligible. Now they have to win their last two games, and they play two tough teams, Wheeler and Juanita Sanchez.â
LINCOLN â In an attempt to escape from a burning three-story tenement house early Monday morning, a man leaped from a third-floor window and suffered serious injuries, Manville Fire Chief Pete Adam stated.
âHe didn't suffer any burns, but I believe he broke both his legs,â Adam said later Monday. âLincoln Rescue (personnel) transported him to Rhode Island Hospital âŠ This was one of the worst fires I've seen (in this village) in quite a while.â
Norma L. Dingley
RUMFORD - Norma L. Dingley, 88, of Rumford Towers, Rumford died Monday, May 16, 2011. She was the wife of the late Earle R. Dingley.
Mrs. Dingley was born in Attleboro MA, the daughter of the late Chester J. and Gladys E. (Perkins) Greenwood. She graduated from the Sturdy Memorial Hospital School of Nursing and was a longtime member of their Alumni Association. Mrs. Dingley was a Licensed Practical Nurse at the Memorial Hospital in Pawtucket for over eleven years.
Ruth E. Dubuc
WALPOLE, MA - Ruth E. (Lawrence) Dubuc age 98 years died in the Harrington House Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Walpole, Massachusetts on Sunday, May 15, 2011. Born in Saint Johnsbury, Vermont on April 24, 1913; she was the daughter of the late George and Sarah (Burchill) Lawrence. She has been a resident of Walpole, Massachusetts for the past 16 years moving there from Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
She worked in the business office of Memorial Hospital in Pawtucket for 20 years, and after her retirement, she continued to volunteer at the hospital.
Dominick J. Dewick
PROVIDENCE - Dominick J. Dewick, 8, of Providence, died Saturday at the Tavares Pediatric Center where he resided. He was the son of Krystal (Dewick) Sullivan.
Avelino A. Lopes
PAWTUCKET - Avelino A. Lopes, 79 died on Saturday (May 14) after a brief illness. He was the husband of Lucille (Gevry) Lopes. Born in Pawtucket and a lifelong resident of the city, he was the son of the late Joaquim and Virginia (Costa) Lopes.
He was the Vice President of Vinyl Packaging and Plastic Development. During the Korean War, he served in the US Army attaining the rank of Sergeant. He was a member of the Portuguese Social Club and of the Uniao Portuguesa Beneficente, both of Pawtucket. He was an avid bowler and gardener.
PAWTUCKET - Nancy O'Neill, 80, of Pawtucket, passed away Saturday, May 14, 2011. Born in Pawtucket, she was the daughter of the late John and Mary (Crane) O'Neill. She was a lifelong resident of Pawtucket.
Nancy graduated from Bay View Academy and later from Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. She had worked for many years at Notre Dame Hospital as the Continuing Care Coordinator. She later worked at Memorial Hospital as the Utilization Coordinator until her retirement in 1994.