Archive - Jun 12, 2013
PAWTUCKET â The problematic plaster ceilings at Potter-Burns and Nathanael Greene elementary schools have either been removed or reinforced so students can safely get through the rest of the school year. However, the structural engineer in charge of the ceiling inspections warned school officials that permanent repairs must be a priority.
PROVIDENCE â St. Raphael Academy head coach Ron Labree had heard from a select group of people that his troops had coasted through their regular season because they played in a less-than-strong Division II-West.
Those same naysayers seemed to infer that the lone ârealâ team to be concerned about was North Providence.
Labree mentioned that to his girls before their playoff debut, and â excepting one hiccup â they've been on a roll ever since.
LINCOLN â It was pretty easy to see the frustration mounting inside Lincoln High senior righthander Lindsay Mayer during the R.I. Division I Fast-Pitch Softball Tournament winners' bracket final against always-gutsy Coventry on Saturday.
She'd fire a fastball, riseball or screwball, one she thought for sure would be called a strike at the belt or knees. Yet, when it wasn't, it would bug her to no end, as it would most All-State whirlers.
Rita B. Prosser
LINCOLN - Rita B. Prosser, 76, passed peacefully at home on June 11th with her loving family by her side. She was the wife of the late Thomas G. Prosser Sr.
Born in Central Falls, a daughter of the late Armand and Yvonne (Hamel) Benoit.
Rita had been employed by Ann & Hope of Cumberland for over 20 years and then worked for Aramark Food Service at the Central Falls High School. Rita was a member of the Lincoln Senior Center, enjoyed Bingo at Franklin Manor and was avid about her daily walk with her dear friend Peggy Lass.
Raymond J. Hebert
PAWTUCKET - Raymond J. Hebert, 88, passed away Tuesday, June 11, 2013. He was the beloved husband of Estelle R. (Hemond) Hebert. The couple would have celebrated their 66th wedding anniversary on June 28th. Born in Central Falls, a son of the late Alcide and Rose A. (Maurice) Hebert, he resided in Pawtucket since 1990.
Ray was a World War II U.S. Navy veteran. He was a Lead Man in the Shipping Department of Hasbro for over 30 years until retiring in 1987. An avid golfer and bowler, Ray was a longtime member of St. John Vianney Seniors Group.