Archive - Apr 26, 2013
PAWTUCKET â According to skipper Andy Hallam, Lincoln High had spent too much time during the pre-season dwelling on which Division I-North stalwarts it would be playing and when instead of focusing on the task at hand: Winning.
âThey got caught up in that,â Hallam stated. âEarlier this week, we talked about taking it one game at a time, and not getting too excited about any particular team.â
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A different type of circus has come to the intersection of George Washington Highway and Old River Road, the characteristics of this particular traveling company unlike the sights and sounds appearing beneath your garden-variety big top.
Sorry to disappoint the youngsters, but you wonât find any elephants, flying acrobats or lion tamers here.
PAWTUCKETâWith images still fresh from last Monday's Boston Marathon terrorist attacks, local police and fire officials felt the need to investigate a metal tank-like object found discarded on a sidewalk on Roosevelt Avenue late Friday morning.
According to Pawtucket Police Chief Arthur Martins, a passerby called police at about 11 a.m. to report the presence of a suspicious-looking object that was near an electrical utility box on the sidewalk just north of the Fogarty Manor housing complex and across from 249 Roosevelt Ave. (the former Carol Cable building).
Gerard E. Lallier
PAWTUCKET - Gerard E. Lallier, 90, died peacefully on April 22, 2013 surrounded by his loving family. He was the beloved and devoted husband of Rhea (Fontaine) Lallier. They celebrated their 57th wedding anniversary on Sunday, April 21, 2013. He was born in Pawtucket, the son of the late Osea and Auselina (Boutin) Lallier and lived most of his life in the Pawtucket area. Gerard was a talented carpenter who worked for many local contractors and he was an annealer with the TMI Company until his retirement in 1989.
Joseph Leo Riendeau
LINCOLN- Joseph Leo Riendeau, 78, of Lincoln, died Thursday at home. He was the husband of Claire (Brochu) Riendeau for 57 years.
Born in Berlin, NH, he was a son of the late Arthur and Aurore (Lauzon) Riendeau.
He was a graduate of Johnson & Wales. Before retiring Mr. Riendeau was a personnel specialist for the 4th Brigade 76th division. He put in a total of 42 years in the military services and retired with the rank of Chief Warrant Officer.