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September 9th, 2011

Dylan Joshua Cote

September 9, 2011

Dylan Joshua Cote
LINCOLN - Dylan Joshua Cote, beloved one day old son of Melissa Walker and Joshua Cote of Lincoln, died unexpectedly Tuesday, September 6, 2011 at Women & Infants Hospital, Providence.

Keith E. Davey

September 9, 2011

Keith E. Davey
WEST WARWICK - Keith E. Davey, 49, of Kimberly Lane, West Warwick, passed away on Thursday, September 8, 2011. He was the longtime companion of Robin Fredette.
He was born in Providence, the son of Kathleen (Wolfe) Ferrucci and the late Richard Davey. Mr. Davey was a Registered Pharmacist and General Manager of Infusion Services for Walgreens Home Care in East Providence.
Keith is survived by his son, Tyler Davey of Warwick and a brother Richard Davey of Farmington, NH.

Hilda Gonsalves

September 9, 2011

Hilda Gonsalves
CENTRAL FALLS - Hilda Gonsalves, 91, formerly of Madeira Avenue, passed away Thursday at Steere House Nursing and Rehabilitation in Providence. She was the wife of the late John Gonsalves Sr.
Born in Insua, Portugal, she was the daughter of the late Francisco and Maria Pinto. She resided in Central Falls for several years, previously residing in Valley Falls.
She leaves her son, John Gonsalves Jr. of Boston, MA.
The family would like to thank Steere House Nursing and Rehabilitation for their compassionate care of Hilda.

September 8th

Lincoln schools tackle new initiatives

September 8, 2011

LINCOLN — When the town's six public schools opened Tuesday morning, they did so with teachers and administrators ready to tackle several initiatives the Lincoln School Administration team either adopted new this year or will continue to address.
In fact, some initiatives also have been adopted by the Cumberland and Woonsocket public school districts. Those three municipalities have formed a consortium to institute what's known as the Charles A. Dana Center Project, one based at the University of Texas at Austin.

PawSox drop playoff series opener to IronPigs, 4-2

September 8, 2011

Contributing writer
ALLENTOWN, Penn. — Coming into Thursday night’s game, the IronPigs had gone a franchise-high 88 2/3 innings without a home run.
Pawtucket starter Matt Fox also had a streak of 26 straight innings without giving up a home run, so obviously, it would be home runs that would sink the PawSox 4-2 in their International League semifinal-round series opener against Lehigh Valley.

Officiating crew grows to five with back judge

September 8, 2011

If Bruce Guindon and his high school football officiating brethren had their druthers, the installment of a fifth member to the longstanding four-man, on-field crew would have transpired years ago.
What was once a plea is now part of the Interscholastic League’s pigskin fabric. Beginning this season an additional pair of eyes will be called upon to aid specifically in the judgment of pass plays and blocks downfield, two areas that in the past have been tough calls a for group colloquially called “zebras” to accurately decipher.

Non-league schedule kicks off local football season

September 8, 2011

The two-a-days are history. So are the scrimmages and Injury Fund games.
This weekend, the regular season for high school football gets under way with non-league games scattered throughout the state.
Eight of the Blackstone Valley’s 11 teams kick off tonight, and the big games of the bunch will feature two-time Division II champion Woonsocket taking on East Providence at Pierce Field and former Thanksgiving Day rivals Shea and Lincoln playing each other at Lincoln‘s Ferguson Field.

Gary W. Loiselle

September 8, 2011

Gary W. Loiselle
PAWTUCKET - Gary W. Loiselle, 53 of Pawtucket died Saturday, August 27, 2011 at his home. Born in Pawtucket Gary was the son of the late Gordon Loiselle and Evelyn(Sinnett) Rummery.
Gary was a self employed Marble Master. Prior to returning to Pawtucket in 2000, he spent 10 years in Hawaii and 12 years in Oregon.
Besides his mother Gary is survived by a brother, Brian Loiselle of Massachusetts; three sisters, Donna Narciso of Westport, MA, Sharon Coyle of Cumberland and Charlene Rummery of Pawtucket, and many nieces and nephews.

Marion D. Jackson

September 8, 2011

Marion D. Jackson
BEVERLY, MA - Marion D. (Thurston) Jackson, 97, of Beverly, formerly of Pawtucket, Rhode Island, died peacefully Wednesday night September 7, 2011 at Salem Hospital with her devoted granddaughters at her side. She was the loving wife of the late Harry A. Jackson.

William P. Bailey, Jr.

September 8, 2011

William P. Bailey, Jr.
NORTH PROVIDENCE - William P. Bailey, Jr., 79, of Lincoln Avenue died Wednesday, September 7, 2011 at home. He was the wife of the late Barbara L. (Ebner) Bailey.
Born in Cumberland, a son of the late William P. and Delia (Crowley) Bailey, he had lived in North Providence for the past 56 years.

Annie L. Billeri

September 8, 2011

Annie L. Billeri
SOUTH ATTLEBORO: Annie L. Billeri, 93, passed September 8th at the Philip Hulitar Center, Providence, She was the wife of the late Tindero R. Billeri. Born in Norton, MA, she was a daughter of the late Ralph and Josephine (Russo) Spiezio.
She had dedicated her life to her family. Annie was a member of the Leon A. Mathieu Center, Main St, Pawtucket.

September 7th

PawSox playoff opener pushed back to Thursday night

September 7, 2011

ALLENTOWN, Pa. — A brief period of clearing skies provided some false hope that the PawSox may be able to play the opener of their Round One Governors’ Cup Series against the Lehigh Valley IronPigs. Unfortunately, the clearing skies disappeared and another heavy downpour forced the postponement of the game.
The series will now be pushed back by one day, with the opener being played Thursday night at 7:05 at Lehigh Valley. PawSox manager Arnie Beyeler will keep the same pitching rotation in effect, with Matt Fox (10-4, 3.96) going up against Dave Bush (1-2, 3.91) in the opener.

Warriors fight back to earn 2-2 draw

September 7, 2011

EAST PROVIDENCE — Central Falls learned the value of playing hard for 80 minutes, no matter how bad the weather is, or how slippery the field conditions.
The Warriors trailed East Providence 2-0 after the first 66 minutes of Wednesday’s Division I contest played during intermittent rain showers at Pierce Field. But they kept pushing the ball into E.P.’s end and ultimately tied the game on Christian Rodriguez’s goal with just 30 seconds left in the match.

Tea Party Express makes RI stop

September 7, 2011

NORTH KINGSTOWN – The Tea Party Express rolled into Rhode Island Wednesday on two big buses as part of its nationwide “Reclaiming America” tour.
TPX, as it fashions itself, is a traveling show of conservative politics, leavened with music and comedy, all wrapped up in patriotic Americana. It embarked from Napa, California and has made its way across the midsection of the country — “what the media calls flyover country” as one speaker put it — to New England and is now southbound for Tampa, Fla., where it is partnering with CNN to sponsor a debate among Republican presidential candidates.

September 6th

Tolman blanks Moses Brown

September 6, 2011

PAWTUCKET — The soccer fields at the McKinnon/Alves complex can handle the kind of rain that pelted its plush grass on Tuesday afternoon.
“The city really did a great job with these fields,” Tolman coach Jack Couto said after his Tigers opened their league season with a 2-0 victory over Moses Brown. “It was great we were able to get this game in today.”
The Tigers and Quakers played through a scoreless first half before Tolman’s Manny Wongen, a speedy forward, broke through for a pair of goals in the second half.

PawSox begin quest for Governors' Cup tonight

September 6, 2011

ALLENTOWN, Pa. — Starting Wednesday night the Pawtucket Red Sox — what’s left of the club, that is — will dead aim at the Governors’ Cup trophy, which is presented to the top International League team following the conclusion of two best-of-five series.
Game 1 of the opening round brings the division champion PawSox to Allentown, Pa., home of fellow I.N. North foe and wild-card entry Lehigh Valley. The first two games are at Coca-Cola Park with the final three to be played at McCoy Stadium over the weekend.

Feds seize 16 lbs. of heroin in Pawtucket

September 6, 2011

WOONSOCKET — A city resident has been ordered held on federal charges stemming from his alleged involvement in a large-scale heroin-trafficking operation.
Andres Jiminez, 37, of 121 Linden Ave., made an initial appearance Tuesday in U.S. District Court, Providence, after investigators seized more than seven kilos of heroin, a kilo of cocaine and $30,000 in cash from a commercial storage facility in Pawtucket over the weekend.

Artist makes art from fiber on Blackstone

September 6, 2011

PAWTUCKET — It was spinning and weaving that first put Pawtucket on the map as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. That's why artist Donald Gerola chose a high-tech and larger-than-life version of “textile” production as his latest public arts project in the city where he makes his home.

George L. Bachand

September 6, 2011

George L. Bachand
CUMBERLAND - George L. Bachand, 73, of Cumberland, passed away September 1, 2011 in the North Bay Manor, North Smithfield. He was the husband of Jeanie (Krause) Bachand, and they had been married for 47 years.
Born in Central Falls, RI, he was the son of George and Marie Ange Turgeon Bachand. He resided in Cumberland, RI for most of his life.

Catherine Engert

September 6, 2011

Catherine Engert
CUMBERLAND - Catherine (Taran) Engert, 75, of Harriet Lane, passed away Monday at Rhode Island Hospital Providence. She was the wife of Richard J. Engert.
Born in Manhattan, NY, she was the daughter of the late Catherine T. Taran. She resided in Cumberland for the past 43 years.
She was a proud homemaker who had great joy in raising her family and enjoyed her cats Hunter and Bandit.
She was a communicant of St. John Vianney Church, Cumberland. She loved her family, and cherished her time with her grandchildren.

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