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Claire A. Dubuc

June 14, 2011

Claire A. Dubuc
SEEKONK - Claire A. (Dulude) Dubuc, 81, passed away at home on Monday, June 13, 2011. She was the beloved wife of the late Maurice J. Dubuc.
Born in Pawtucket, a daughter of the late Ernest J. and Martha (Hebert) Dulude, she resided in Seekonk for 52 years. Claire enjoyed volunteering at the Knights of Columbus Hall, South Attleboro.

Slater Park has gone to the dogs

June 14, 2011

PAWTUCKET — You could see it on the tired but happy faces of Peaches, Chloe, Kevin, Charlie, Tinkerbelle, Oso, Lucy and Willow Spitfire: the city’s new dog park is going to be a howling success.
On Saturday morning, the main proponents of the dog park, including City Councilors Albert Vitali, Mark Wildenhain and Christopher O’Neill, Economic and Cultural Affairs Officer Herb Weiss, Animal Control Director John Holmes, Sheryl Rennick and her daughter, Mackenzie, and others joined Mayor Donald Grebien for a ceremonial “leash cutting” to officially open the venue.

Shea graduates 195

June 14, 2011

PAWTUCKET — Yesterday marked the 164th day of the year, the date of the great Lewis and Clark expedition and the graduation of 195 students from Charles E. Shea High School.
At 6 p.m. the atmosphere in Pawtucket was one to be remembered. Although the weather was overcast and gloomy, not a face in the crowd of soon-to-be graduates showed it. Students were overjoyed at the expedition that they were about to embark on, the moment that would forever be a piece of their past: their high school graduation.

RI launches Red Sox plates

June 14, 2011

PROVIDENCE — It was a match made in heaven (or, more accurately, the Statehouse): Rhode Islanders love the Boston Red Sox and are famously crazy about their license plates. Now they can have the best of both worlds.
Accompanied by Bosox President Larry Lucchino and legislative leaders on Monday, Gov. Lincoln Chafee visited Hasbro Children’s Hospital Monday to sign legislation creating special green license plates patterned after Fenway Park’s Green Monster and carrying the Red Sox logo next to the plate number.

Top-ranked Uihlein heads 50th N.E. Amateur field

June 14, 2011

EAST PROVIDENCE – Last year’s Northeast Amateur champion, Joseph Bramlett, is playing on the PGA Tour.
The top-ranked amateur in this year’s field – Peter Uihlein – won the U.S. Amateur championship last summer. His top-ranked status among world amateurs only makes him the hunted instead of the hunter in this year’s 50th Northeast Amateur Invitational scheduled for June 22-25 at Wannamoisett Country Club.

Clippers, Mounties going the limit

June 14, 2011

PROVIDENCE --- The Division I state title will come down to one game.
Cumberland High scored early and often and senior ace pitcher Bethany Paul continued her postseason brilliance on the mound in Monday’s championship round against Mount St. Charles Academy at Rhode Island College.
And the final result was a surprisingly-lopsided 15-3 conquest by the fourth-seeded Clippers that not only dealt the ninth-seeded Mounties their first loss of the double-elimination tournament, but set up tonight’s 8 p.m. winner-take-all clash back at RIC.

Charlotte knocks off PawSox, 4-1

June 14, 2011

PAWTUCKET – The Pawtucket Red Sox's latest acquisition, catcher Ryan Lavarnway, had a strong debut Monday night against the Charlotte Knights. The 23-year-old product out of Double-A Portland had a pair of doubles and also rifled out a base-stealer in the fifth inning.
Unfortunately on this night, his new team couldn't bring home the win.
The Knights converted four-double plays and had a fine effort out of righthander Joe Bisenius to earn a 4-1 victory over the PawSox (32-31) before 2,846 at McCoy Stadium.

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