Archive - Mar 15, 2013
PAWTUCKET â€” New England Gold & Silver has centered its business around offering customers cash for their unwanted gold and silver. Now, just one year later, the success of that model has allowed for an expansion into the retail jewelry trade.
Helen M. Howarth
PAWTUCKET - Helen M. Howarth, 90 of Pawtucket died on Thursday, March 14, 2013 surrounded by her family. Mrs. Howarth was the wife of the late George E. Howarth, Jr.
She was born in Providence the daughter of the late Frank J. Barker and Helen A. Fanning. Mrs. Howarth was a longtime parishioner at St. Teresa's Church in Pawtucket. She was a past President of the St. Teresa's Senior Club, a member of the Rosary and Alter Society and a former Den Mother for Pack 11. She was a champion cook most noted for her Chocolate Chip Toll House Squares.
Edith L. Najarian
RUMFORD - Edith L. (Buckley) Najarian, 82, passed away Thursday, March 14, 2013. She was the beloved wife of the late Arthur A. Najarian.
Born in Seekonk, a daughter of the late Winsor W. and Mary V. (Donnelly) Buckley, she resided in Pawtucket before moving to Rumford over fifty years ago. Edith was a payroll clerk at ITT Wire & Cable Company for forty-seven years until retiring.
She leaves two sisters, Rita Pelletier and her husband, Gilbert of Pawtucket and Shirley Ebert and her late husband, William with whom she made her home and several nieces and nephews.
PROVIDENCE â€“ Lincoln High wasnâ€™t at its best against the Prout School on Thursday night.
Not only did the Lions go 0-for-4 on the power play for the game, but during their last man advantage with less than six minutes left, it not only failed to capitalize, but yielded the Crusaders a shorthanded goal.
But thanks largely to the play of sophomore goalie Chris Leclaire and his 28 stunning saves, the Lions survived with a 3-2 verdict over Prout in the initial game of this best-of-three R.I. Division II Tournament championship series at Brown University's Meehan Auditorium.