Archive - Mar 26, 2014
CENTRAL FALLS â Up until the final four-plus minutes, it had been a tight contest between two fierce combatants, each hustling up and down the court to muster a victory.
No one wanted that âWâ more than Central Falls High senior Yeire Cepeda. Honestly, it couldn't have been more obvious.
During the course of this hoop contest against Mount Pleasant inside the Warriors' jam-packed gym on Wednesday afternoon, Cepeda looked disgruntled at times with several turnovers, failures to snatch a critical rebound or inability to drop a necessary basket.
2 firefighters dead in Boston brownstone fire
BOSTON (AP) â A Boston city councilor says two firefighters have died in a fire that ripped through a brownstone.
The fire started Wednesday afternoon in the four-story building in the densely populated Back Bay neighborhood. Smoke and flames fanned by strong winds poured from the roof and windows for hours.
Councilor Josh Zakim represents the area and confirms the firefighters' deaths.
SOUTH ATTLEBORO â With its sleek styling, gleaming shelving and floors, and modern check-out stations that can be seen through the front doors, the new Market Basket on Newport Avenue sure looks ready to be filled with food items and customers.
Yet, the 2013 holiday season originally targeted for the Market Basket's debut has come and gone, and three months later, there is still no word on when the supermarket, a 78,500-square-foot anchor store in the Bristol Place Shopping Center just over the Pawtucket line, will open its doors.
Claire N. Partridge
EAST PROVIDENCE - Partridge, Claire, N., 86, died Sunday at home. She was the wife of the late James Partridge, EPFD ret. Born in Providence a daughter of the late John V. and Alice M. (Clark) Corcoran, She was a Rumford resident most of her life.
William F. Himan
PAWTUCKET - William F. Himan, 68, of Pawtucket died March 23, 2014. Mr. Himan was born in Pawtucket. Son of the late Edward and Bertha (Jadach) Himan. He was a member of Woodlawn Baptist Church, attended Renselear Polytech and graduated from URI and Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. He worked for Village Missions for twenty years planting churches across America reaching people for his beloved Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. He was a longterm math substitute teacher for four years. He enjoyed playing the guitar, singing and performing for others.
Mary R. Tougas
WEST HAVEN, CT - Mary R. Tougas, 100, of West Haven and formerly of Cumberland passed away Tuesday at the home of her daughter, Marie Mancini and her husband Edward where she had resided for the past 5 years. She had also previously resided in Cumberland for 18 years and Pawtucket for 50 years. She was the beloved wife of the late Albert A. Tougas.
Born in Providence, she was the daughter of the late Vicenzo and Mary E. (McElroy) Robbio.
LINCOLN - Ellen Faulkner, 79, died Tuesday on her birthday. She was the wife of the late Raymond W. Faulkner, Jr. Born in Derry Carrowbehy Roscommon Ireland, she was a daughter of the late James and Ellen (Toolan) Conroy.