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October 16th, 2011

Well-played game results in tie for Shea, C.F.

October 16, 2011

PAWTUCKET — Former Central Falls coach Bobby Marchand used to describe soccer – when played correctly -- as “the beautiful game.”
That description came to mind on Saturday when Marchand’s old team, now coached by long-time Marchand assistant Carl Africo, played to a 1-1 stalemate with Shea High in a battle of Division I state title contenders. Both Shea and Central Falls play a similar game that emphasizes passing and playmaking at its core.

Tigers bring out their worst in loss to Thunderbolts

October 16, 2011

PAWTUCKET — Of the handful of non-league games this weekend that pitted Division I teams against Division II teams, this should have been the Division II’s best chance to grab a victory -- undefeated II-B leader Tolman vs. winless Cranston East at Pariseau Field.
The Tigers, who entered Saturday night’s game with a 10-game losing streak against Division I opponents, had a golden opportunity to halt that drought and dust off a reeling opponent that was banged up with injuries, but couldn’t take advantage of it.

Pension bill to be heard Tuesday

October 16, 2011

PROVIDENCE — The much-anticipated pension reform bill will be presented to a joint session of the General Assembly tomorrow.
Early reports of the plan to be presented by Gov. Lincoln Chafee and General Treasurer Gina Raimondo indicate that it will include shifting state employees and teachers from the defined benefit plan they have now to a “hybrid” scheme that has components of both a defined benefit and a 401(k)-type defined contribution plan. This would affect contributions as well as benefits.

October 14th

Under Cooley, Friars hit the ground running

October 14, 2011

PROVIDENCE — To get a better feel of the Providence College players he was inheriting, Ed Cooley made it a point to watch every Friar game from last season “four or five times.”
What were the impressions Cooley gathered as he studied individual tendencies and Providence’s style of play under ex-head coach Keno Davis? Let’s just say the new PC coach realized he has his work cut out for him.

William F. Harty Jr

October 14, 2011

William F. Harty Jr
PAWTUCKET - William F. Harty Jr, 80, of Naushon Road, Pawtucket died Friday, October 14, 2011.
He was the husband of Barbara (Wall) Harty. They were married 56 years.
Mr. Harty was born in Pawtucket the son of the late William F. Harty Sr and
Catherine A. (Shannon) Harty.
He was a graduate of St. Raphael Academy, Pawtucket and Bryant College.
Mr. Harty was the President of Harty Realty and the HOD Corporation and Chairman of the Pawtucket Redevelopment Association. He was a veteran of the United States Coast Guard.

Mildred A. Hyde

October 14, 2011

Mildred A. Hyde
Lincoln - Mildred A. Hyde of Smithfield Avenue and formerly of Cobble Hill Road died Sunday, October 9, 2011 at Miriam Hospital, Providence.
Born in Pawtucket, a daughter of the late William K. and Lena G. (Harris) Hyde, she had lived in Lincoln for most of her life.
Miss Hyde worked for the Sun Oil Company, Providence for 29 years retiring in 1979.
She is survived by several nieces and nephews. She was the sister of the late Elizabeth K. Hyde and Robert W. Hyde.

Irene F. Aubin

October 14, 2011

Irene F. Aubin
FALL RIVER - Irene F. Aubin, 96 of Fall River died Saturday, October 8, 2011 at the Holiday Nursing Home in Manville. She was the wife of the late Henri L. Aubin. Born in Fall River she was the daughter of the late Albert and Georgeanna (Couture) Bernier. She lived most of her life in Pawtucket.
Irene was a long time communicant of St. John the Baptist Church.
She is survived by four sons, Donald Aubin of Seekonk MA, Robert Aubin of Attleboro, MA,Maurice Aubin of Lincoln, and Norman Aubin of Vermont; a daughter, Rachelle

Hilda L. Eichin, R.N.

October 14, 2011

Hilda L. Eichin, R.N.

Blackstone River Corridor closer to national park status

October 14, 2011

PROVIDENCE – All four U.S. Senators from Rhode Island and Massachusetts – including Republican freshman Scott Brown – have introduced legislation that would create the John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley National Historical Park.
“It’s a great day,” enthused Robert Billington, president of the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council, after hearing the news. “We thought something was probably going to be moving sooner than later, but we didn’t think it would be this soon. We’re just happy the timing worked out in our favor.”

Wayland Yarn celebrates 44 years in business

October 14, 2011

PAWTUCKET — The best compliment that Farida Ferrario could ever receive was the sight of a group of her customers dressed in sweaters, tunics, skirts and other knitwear items that she had inspired them to make.
As the longtime owner of the Wayland Yarn Shoppe, located at 112 Raleigh Street in Pawtucket, Ferrario has passed on her knitting and crocheting talents as well as her passion for the crafts. On October 5, those who benefited from Ferrario's lessons, design sense, and encouragement crowded into her cozy shop to help celebrate her 44 years in business.

October 13th

Jets to honor Gerry Philbin at Monday night game

October 13, 2011

Pawtucket native Gerry Philbin sat down to watch his old New York Jets team play football last month when the phone rang at his home in West Palm Beach, Fla.
“It was the owner of the Jets, Woody Johnson, calling to tell me I was going to be inducted into the Jets’ Ring of Honor,” Philbin said on Thursday afternoon. “The ceremony will be held at halftime of Monday night’s game against the Dolphins.”
“I was quite surprised to hear from the owner of the Jets,” Philbin added. “He was such a gentleman to make the call personally. I told him it was a great honor.”

McGair: Red Sox brass enjoy attention

October 13, 2011

Maybe in some perverse way, the Red Sox are enjoying all this attention.
Bad P.R.? Perish the thought. The bottoming out and subsequent fallout of the 2011 season has everyone still chirping even though two weeks have passed since left fielder Carl Crawford acted like a fish out of water in Baltimore, a snapshot that says it all with regards to the club’s sad regular-season finish.

Kalish feeling no pain

October 13, 2011

Four weeks have elapsed since Ryan Kalish underwent surgery to repair a bulging disc in his neck.
“At this point honestly, I can’t really tell that anything was done to my neck,” said Kalish via phone from San Francisco, where the Red Sox outfield prospect is conducting his rehab. “You have post-surgery pain and all that, but that’s totally gone. It just feels like a normal neck.

Claire Beaudet

October 13, 2011

Claire Beaudet
PAWTUCKET - Claire Beaudet, 99, of Pawtucket, passed away Monday, October 10, 2011. She was the wife of the late Roger Beaudet.
Born in Fall River, MA, she was the daughter of the late Napoleon and Clara (Metayer) Bosse. Mrs. Beaudet was a seamstress in the textile industry as well as at home for many years. She was the former secretary for St. Cecelia church senior club, a member of Notre Dame senior club, Woodlawn senior club, St. Mary's prayer group, and a longtime volunteer at the Jeanne Jugan home.

Josephine M. LeMay

October 13, 2011

Josephine M. LeMay
CUMBERLAND - Josephine M. LeMay 94, of Marshall Avenue passed away Tuesday October 11, 2011 at the Holiday in Lincoln. She was the beloved wife of the late Joseph W. LeMay.
Born in Lincoln she was a daughter of the late Michael and Tillie (Lomecki) Kocon. She lived in Cumberland for the past 61 years.
Before retiring she was employed as a Winder for the Worcester Textile Co. of North Providence.
Josephine was a member of the St. Joseph's Church Holy Rosary Society. She was an avid gardener and enjoyed doing needlework and solving puzzles.

Dorothy Morin

October 13, 2011

Dorothy Morin
ATTLEBORO - Dorothy Morin, 76, passed on October 7th. She was the wife of the late Arthur F. Morin Sr.
She was the mother of Linda Bobola of South Carolina, Susan Dionizio of Central Falls, Thomas Morin of Cranston, Cheryl Morin of Cranston and Charles Morin Sr. of Cumberland, seven grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. She was the mother of the late Arthur F. Morin Jr. and Raymond Morin.
A memorial service will be held at later date. For online condolences visit www.thekeefefuneralhome.com

Stanley F. Ryfa

October 13, 2011

Stanley F. Ryfa
PAWTUCKET - Stanley F. Ryfa 93, formerly of Pawtucket passed away Wednesday October 5, 2011. He was the beloved husband of the late Carole H. (Sowa) Ryfa. Born in Pawtucket, he was a son of the late Jan and Julia (Skaczynska) Ryfa. He was a graduate of Tolman High School.
Stanley was a WWII Marine Corps Staff Sergeant and received a Purple Heart for wounds he received during action in Okinawa.
Before retiring he was employed by the former Okonite Wire & Cable Co. for many years.

October 12th

Warriors clip Eagles; Raiders upset by Knights

October 12, 2011

The Division I soccer race took on a different complexion Wednesday after Shea was upset by Central and Central Falls edged defending state champion Barrington.
Unbeaten La Salle (10-0-3) still has the most points (23) but Central Falls (7-1-4) moved into second place overall with 18 points following its 1-0 victory over Barrington.
Shea (8-2-1) is now third in the points race with 17 while still leading the East by two points over Portsmouth. The Raiders visit the Patriots for a 5 p.m. game this afternoon, then host Central Falls at 1 p.m. on Saturday at Max Read Field.

Non-leaguers, league games on tap on gridiron this weekend

October 12, 2011

Three competitive non-league games on Friday night and a Division IV clash for second place on Saturday afternoon highlight what appears to be a ‘ho-hum’ high school football schedule this weekend in the Blackstone Valley.
On Friday at 7 p.m., there are a handful of non-league games around Rhode Island pitting Division I teams against Division II teams, and three of the games involve schools in our backyard, East Providence, Tolman, and St. Raphael.
The Division I Townies will host nearby Division II-B foe Mount Hope at Pierce Field in a showdown that’s sure to attract many East Bay fans.

Cumberland tennis struggling in Div. I

October 12, 2011

CUMBERLAND — After a little more than an hour on Wednesday afternoon, Cumberland High coach John Jasionowski watched his squad suffer a quick 7-0 loss to Division I power Mount St. Charles Academy.
While most of their matches haven’t been quite as quick, the end result has been status quo for the winless Clippers this fall, owners of an 0-10 mark and last place in I-North. Last year, Cumberland had a similar record in its first season in the state’s toughest division, finishing 2-11 overall.

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