Archive - Aug 4, 2011
LINCOLN --- Itâs been nearly two months since Bruce Foster finished in a tie for second place with his brother, Jeff, at the 2011 Spartan Death Race, a 45-hour ultra-endurance test through a grueling 40-mile course in Pittsfield, Vt., but their accomplishment has still been the talk around Lincoln.
The brothersâ success has also reached a point where workout enthusiasts of all ages, sizes, and abilities have asked them if they could train with them and follow the extra-tough training regimen they used to prepare for and succeed in the Death Race.
PAWTUCKET â It is August and baseballâs various pennant races are beginning to take shape.
The Pawtucket Red Sox and their âparentâ team in Boston are locked in battles for first place in their respective leagues. The PawSox are chasing Lehigh Valley for first place in the International League North while maintaining a slight edge on the Gwinnett Braves for the leagueâs lone wild-card berth.
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Former Pawtucket resident Mason Williams is leading the New York Penn League in batting average. The son of former Patriots wide receiver Derwin Williams is hitting .358 in the short-season Class A League while toiling for the Staten Island Yankees. He leads the league in hits, is tied for fourth in total bases and OPS, and has 16 steals in 42 games.
Having already founded and sold Bullhorn, a company that develops employment software, 45-year-old Newport native Barry Hinckley says he is ready to start up a new enterprise: Barry Hinckley for U.S. Senate.
For the past few months, Hinckley â his full name is Benjamin Barrett Hinckley III â has been quietly putting together a Republican campaign to unseat Democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse in the 2012 election.
EAST PROVIDENCE - Jeannette (St. Amand) Dulude, 91, of Alexander Avenue died Wednesday, August 3, 2011 at Miriam Hospital, Providence. She was the wife of the late Arthur J. Dulude and the late Joseph Lafleur.
Born in Fall River, MA, a daughter of the late George and Philomena (Harrison) St. Amand, she had lived in Lincoln for 49 years before moving to East Providence 4 years ago.
Mrs. Dulude was a sewer at Peterson Puritan and American Tourister before retiring.
Paul R. Kabbaze
CENTRAL FALLS - Paul R. Kabbaze, 56 of Central Falls died Tuesday at Philip Hulitar Hospice Center in Providence.
Born in Central Falls, he was a son of the late Anthony and Helene (Ducharme) Kabbaze and was a lifelong resident of the City.
He was a Reconditioner working in the Auto Industry for many years.
Itâs universally true. When that time comes to saying goodbye to a parent or even a loyal pet, tears flow and emotions unravel. Many aging baby boomers, whether childless or empty nesters, have had pets who became their pampered âchildrenâ or a closest faithful companion.
PAWTUCKET â A man wanted as a suspect in Friday's robbery of the Pawtucket Credit Union, along with a female believed to be his accomplice, were arrested on Wednesday afternoon by police in New York City, Pawtucket Police said.
On July 29, the credit union, located at 571 Smithfield Ave., was robbed by a male suspect. A witness observed the suspect enter a vehicle that was waiting nearby and being operated by a female.
EAST PROVIDENCE â Cheyenne Lambert and a couple of friends from Riverside Middle School had decided late Tuesday afternoon to take a walk on the beach near Rosa Larisa Park, As they sat in the sand, they heard music blaring up the hill, and just had to investigate.