Archive - Aug 2012
LINCOLN - Janine Nassaney, 84 of Lincoln, died Tuesday at the Mansion Nursing Home. She was the wife of the late Harvey Nassaney.
Born in France, she was a daughter of the late Raoul and Marie (Despessailles) Joly.
Mrs. Nassaney was a former co-owner of NAYCO Family Store in Lincoln. She was a member of St. Basil Church Sodality and taught religious education.
James M. Wright
LINCOLN: James M. Wright, 83, passed at home on July 29th. He was the husband of Beverly E. (Brooks) Wright.
Born in Lincoln, a son of the late William J. Wright Sr. and Henrietta (McCaughey) Wright. James was a history teacher at Lincoln and Foster-Gloucester school systems for 25 years. He also served as the basketball coach in Foster-Gloucester. He was an Army Veteran of the Korean War, a life member of the VFW Post 602 and also the American Legion Post 14.
CENTRAL FALLS â€” Calling it a â€śvery sad situation,â€ť state Sen. Elizabeth Crowley said Wednesday that election officials are making it more difficult for residents of Forand and Wilfrid manors â€” the cityâ€™s two largest elderly high rises â€” to vote.
While even Crowley acknowledges that the polling places are being moved only a short distance away from those spots, the senator nonetheless likens the action to â€śdisenfranchisingâ€ť the elderly residents who live in those two buildings.
Read more in our print edition.
CENTRAL FALLS â€” While much may have changed about Central Falls in the past 80 years, a Dexter Street restaurant and its most famous menu item remain, blessedly, as fixtures in the bustling city. The â€śStanleyburger,â€ť a classic hamburger with trademark grilled onions and pickles on a soft bun, is still satisfying longtime fans and winning over new ones in the small eatery by the same name.