Archive - Mar 23, 2012
LINCOLN â€” Thomas Falowo passed the first six-round test of his pro career with flying colors.
The Pawtucket middleweight remained unbeaten in six fights on Thursday night by grabbing an impressive victory over a tough opponent before a standing-room-only gathering at the Twin River Event Center.
Falowo snagged an unanimous-decision triumph over battle-tested Bronx, N.Y. fighter Troy Artis on the undercard of Jimmy Burchfieldâ€™s Classic Entertainment & Sportsâ€™s â€śHome Invasionâ€ť show, as he won the fight by scores of 59-55, 59-55, and 58-56.
PAWTUCKET â€” The desire to remain current with the times and create a setting thatâ€™s aesthetically pleasing to the eyes of those passing through the turnstiles at McCoy Stadium â€“ the members of the Pawtucket Red Sox front office continue to display a jewelerâ€™s attention to detail.
There are organizational meetings followed by player evaluations with a round of office powwows involving high-ranking team officials. Welcome to the portion of spring training where filling out minor-league rosters starts to take on a more serious tone.
Henry A. Chauvin
SEEKONK- Henry A. Chauvin, 90, died at home in Seekonk on Monday (Mar. 19th). He was the husband of the late Regina (Jutras) Chauvin.
Born in Central Falls, a son of the late Joseph and Amanda (LaFlamme) Chauvin, he had been employed as a warehouseman in the shipping and receiving department of the former ITT Royal Electric Company of Pawtucket.
In excess of thirty nieces and nephews survive. He was the brother of the late Raymond Chauvin, Sr., Doris Dery and Honore Chauvin.
Susan E. Shea
PAWTUCKET- Susan E. Shea (Walsh), 55, of Slater St. and formerly of Cumberland passed away Thursday in the R. I. Hospital, Providence. She was the wife of the late John Shea.
Born in Providence she was the daughter of the late James and Cyrilla (Bliss) Walsh. She resided in Pawtucket for the past 2 years having lived in Cumberland most of her life.
Susan worked for many years at the former Ann & Hope, Cumberland.
Lorraine A. Rondeau
PAWTUCKET- Rondeau, Lorraine A. 66 of Stedman Ave. died Thursday at the Philip Hulitar Inpatient Center, Providence. She was the wife of George J. Rondeau.
Born in Pawtucket, a daughter of the late Edward and Grace (Noel) Phaneuf. She was a lifelong resident of Pawtucket.
Mrs. Rondeau was a bookkeeper for CD Properties.
She was a communicant of the Church of the Presentation North Providence and a Eucharistic Minister and Reader at the church.
CUMBERLAND â€” The public will get a second chance next week to comment on School Superintendent Philip Thornton's proposed Fiscal Year 2013 school budget.
The School Committee is expected to vote on the $55.15 million budget at its meeting at 7 p.m. in the Transitional Building cafeteria at the high school, a session that will be open for public comment before the vote is taken.
Thornton's $55,152,928 budget represents a 4.9 percent, or $2.75 million, increase over the current $52,574,966 spending plan.