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Archive - Sep 12, 2012

Brentz's sliding plays key role in PawSox's wins

September 12, 2012

PAWTUCKET – Lately, much attention has been paid to the hitting exploits of Bryce Brentz – deservedly so, too.
The outfield prospect carried a .471 postseason average into Game Two of the Governors’ Cup Championship Series, a figure buoyed by a little bit of everything from two home runs to two doubles to five runs batted in.

Bedoya's big day helps Tolman girls beat SRA

September 12, 2012

PAWTUCKET — Longtime Tolman High head coach Bel Pereira didn't discover until he arrived at the McKinnon-Alves Complex on Tuesday afternoon that one of his best forwards, sophomore Suzette Hernandez, wouldn't be able to play because of a stomach virus.
In fact, her mom already had picked her up to transport her to the doctor's office.
“She's one of my top players, so I didn't know what to do,” Pereira said. “I decided to move Nicole Bedoya from defense to Suzette's position, but I also worried about holes in my defense.”

Lincoln boys' soccer team downs Moses Brown

September 12, 2012

LINCOLN — If there was one thing in particular Lincoln High head coach John D'Aloisio wanted to see from his troops on Tuesday night, it was to control the time of possession.
His Lions more than obliged.
D'Aloisio's crew combined outstanding defense with a pair of second-half goals to upend Moses Brown, 3-0, in a Division II contest before a smallish audience of about 50 at Chet Nichols Memorial Field.

City race to hinge on recount

September 12, 2012

PAWTUCKET — With the unofficial tally in Tuesday's Democratic primary showing just a three-vote difference between incumbent House 58 William San Bento and his challenger, Carlos Tobon, the winner of the seat depends on today's recount results.
The final numbers from the Rhode Island Board of Elections (including mail-in ballots), showed San Bento with 543 votes or 50.1 percent of the votes, and Tobon with 540 votes or 49.9 percent of the votes cast.

City woman recognized for dedication

September 12, 2012

PAWTUCKET — A leading insurance professional organization recently recognized Melanie Loiselle-Mongeon, CIC, AAI, of Loiselle Insurance Agency, Pawtucket, for dedication and ongoing leadership in the insurance industry.
The Society of Certified Insurance Counselors (CIC) honored Melanie Loiselle-Mongeon for ten years of successfully maintaining the Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) designation, denoting significant commitment to advanced knowledge and customer service.

Keri Lynn Bizier

September 12, 2012

Keri Lynn Bizier

SPRING HILL, FLORIDA - Keri Lynn Bizier, beloved daughter of S. Richard Bizier of Lincoln, RI and Lillian Bizier-Pinkerton of Spring Hill, Florida passed away on August 9, 2012, the day before her 27th birthday.
Keri was born in Johnston, RI, and had been a resident of Florida for the past 15 years.

Alfred H. Robertson

September 12, 2012

Alfred H. Robertson

LINCOLN - Alfred H. Robertson, 79, of DuCarl Drive died unexpectedly Wednesday, September 12, 2012 at Landmark Medical
Center, Woonsocket. He was the husband of Sandra A. (Nerr) Robertson. Mr. and Mrs. Robertson were married for 37 years.
Born in Pawtucket, a son of the late Alfred and Edith (Pollard) Robertson, he had lived in Lincoln for the past 54 years.

Robert J. Moskowitz

September 12, 2012

Robert J. Moskowitz

PAWTUCKET - Robert J. Moskowitz, 81, of Monticello Road, Pawtucket died September 12, 2012. He was the beloved husband of Louise (Palagi) Moskowitz.
Robert was born in Patterson, NJ, son of the late Emanuel and Ann (Franceschini) Moskowitz. Robert is a veteran of the Armed Forces serving his country in both the Navy and Air Force. He was the International Traffic Manager for Windmoeller & Hoelscher Corporation until he retired. He was a 4th Degree Knight of Columbus.

Viola M. Gianetti

September 12, 2012

Viola M. Gianetti

SEEKONK - Viola M. (Letourneau) Gianetti, 87, passed away peacefully on Sunday, September 9, 2012. She was the beloved wife of the late Bruno J. Gianetti.

Two council, one school board upset

September 12, 2012

PAWTUCKET — The Democratic primary resulted in upsets to two incumbent City Councilors and one School Committee member and could affect some of the privatization initiatives of incumbent Mayor Donald Grebien going forward.

Cicilline wins big over Gemma

September 12, 2012

Incumbent U.S. Rep. David N. Cicilline takes to the stage, surrounded by family, close friends and campaign workers, at Blaze Restaurant on Providence's East Side, to claim victory over opponent Anthony Gemma, a Lincoln businessman, shortly after 9:00 Tuesday night. Cicilline, who won 62 percent of the vote to Gemma's 30 percent, in the hardfought primary, was elated after being introduced by R.I.

 

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