Archive - Nov 29, 2013
CENTRAL FALLS â€“ It outraged them that someone would be putting on a fundraiser to support Jorge DePinaâ€™s legal defense of charges he caused the injuries leading to his daughter Aleida DePinaâ€™s death on July 3 at Miriam Hospital.
And so, a group of moms from the area banded together and called attention to the planned event at the Tropical Restaurant at 855 Broad St. on Black Friday, winning its cancellation by Tropical owner Eugenio Gibau.
Sports editor emeritus
PAWTUCKET â€” Things were looking pretty bleak for Tolman Highâ€™s football squad at halftime of Friday morningâ€™s holiday clash with Shea inside McCoy Stadium. The Tigers trailed 18-0 on the scoreboard. They were missing five starters due to injuries or academic issues, including quarterback/kicker Corey Hughes, one of the Tigersâ€™ co-captains.
PROVIDENCE -- Ed Cooley and his Providence College Friars ended up playing eight games in November. It nevertheless seemed that all took a backseat to the reoccurring storylines and hot topics that remain just as fervent as the calendar flips to the second month of the college basketball season.
Bruce R. Bergeron
SOUTH ATTLEBORO - Bruce R. Bergeron, 58, of South Attleboro, passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by his loving family on Wednesday, November 27, 2013. A lifelong resident of Attleboro, he was the beloved son of Barbara A. (Pitas) Bergeron of South Attleboro and the late Rodolphe S. Bergeron.
Camalle F. Almeida
CUMBERLAND - Camalle F. "Cammie" (Howell) Almeida, 37, of Stella Dr. passed away Thursday in the Philip Hulitar Center, Providence. She was the beloved wife of Marco Almeida.
Born in Bartleville, OK she was the daughter of Bradley G. and Mildred (Brunn) Howell of Grand Prairie, TX. She had resided in Cumberland since 2008.
She was employed by the Merrill Lynch Corp., Lincoln office for the past nine years. She was also a U. S. Air Force veteran.