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November 23rd, 2010

Kilmartin announces his transition team

November 23, 2010

PROVIDENCE, RI – Attorney General-elect Peter Kilmartin announced the creation of his transition committee, which will help maintain and recruit the top legal talent at the Office of Attorney General while providing policy recommendations.

Shea students China-bound again in April

November 23, 2010

PAWTUCKET — Continuing an exchange program that began last year, a group of 11 Shea High School students is bound for China this April.
Shea High School Principal Chris Lord announced that the second annual two-week visit to Heng Shui High School in the Hebei Province of China will be taking place and that fundraising efforts have begun. The exchange program that began last year was initiated by former Schools Supt. Hans Dellith, who visited China with a group of other Rhode Island educators as part of an exchange initiative.

Viola T. Wilson

November 23, 2010

Viola T. Wilson
PAWTUCKET - Viola T. Wilson, formerly of Lockbridge St, Pawtucket died Monday, November 22, 2010. She was the wife of the late Richard M. Wilson Sr.
Mrs. Wilson was born in Pawtucket, the daughter of the late Charles and Mildred(Thompson) Broadmeadow. She was a supervisor at Hasbro in Pawtucket for many years.

Ann J. Dalton

November 23, 2010

Ann J. Dalton
SEEKONK - Ann J.(Cahalan) Dalton 93 a long time resident of Seekonk, MA died Sunday. She was the loving wife of the late Sterling A. Dalton for over 60 years.
She was a dedicated volunteer to her church and community.
She is survived by her children Richard Dalton, Barbara Ridings, Patricia Dalton and Elizabeth Camerlin, two grandchildren Christopher Ridings and Dalton Paget and two great granddaughters.

Jeanne M. Martin

November 23, 2010

Jeanne M. Martin
ALBION - Jeanne M. Martin, 89, formerly of School St. Albion, died Sunday at Mt. St. Francis Health Care Center in Woonsocket. She was the wife of the late Louis P. Martin.
Born in Albion she was a daughter of the late Napoleon and Clara (Lusignan) Robidoux. She was a lifelong resident of Albion.
Mrs. Martin worked as a supervisor for American Tourister and also at Berkshire Hathaway before retiring.

Margaret E. Cookson

November 23, 2010

Margaret E. Cookson
Seekonk - Margaret E. Cookson of Seekonk, MA and formerly of Pawtucket, RI died November 22, 2010 surrounded by her loving family. Margaret devoted her life to her family and always had hugs and smiles to give. She loved nothing more than playing Yahtzee with her family and cards with her friends. She had a love affair for all things sugary sweet and a green thumb with Christmas cactuses.

Raymond Breton Sr.

November 23, 2010

Raymond Breton Sr.
CENTRAL FALLS - Raymond Breton Sr., "Pepere" 99, formerly of Samoset Ave, passed away peacefully at Oakland Grove Health Center on November 20, 2010. He was the husband of Germaine (Daunais) Breton.
Born in Providence, a son of the late Philias and Rosana (Latimer) Breton.
He had been employed as a mechanic for over 30 years.

Antoinette M. Smith

November 23, 2010

Antoinette M. Smith
CUMBERLAND - Antoinette M. Smith, 92 of Cumberland, died Wednesday at Woonsocket Health and Rehabilitation Center. She was the wife of the late Edward H. Smith. Born in Pawtucket, a daughter of the late Peter J. and Hilda (Ladebauche) Cardin,she had lived most of her life in Cumberland.

November 22nd

Tolman-Shea holiday series ‘natural fit’

November 22, 2010

PAWTUCKET -– It’s just a natural fit, having Tolman and Shea as Thanksgiving rivals. The holiday series may still be in its early stages — Wednesday night at Max Read Field marks the ninth installment, with each side winning four — but the way the two sides appreciate what the game truly means, it’s as if the Tigers and Raiders have been doing this for many moons.
For that, the credit belongs to the two men responsible for shepherding the programs: Tolman’s Dave Caito and Dino Campopiano of Shea.

November 21st

Playoff-bound SRA refused to throw in towel

November 21, 2010

PAWTUCKET — It’s a long journey from early September to late November for most football teams. Very few have covered as much distance as the 2010 St. Raphael Academy football team.
The Saints, who dropped down from Division I this year, opened their Division II-B season with a 37-0 loss to Tolman that had been a long time in the making for the Tigers, who were on a mission that night. Two weeks later, the Saints dropped a 16-0 decision to Woonsocket and seemed dead in the water.

Lions prepare for holiday game, playoff opener

November 21, 2010

LINCOLN — Dave Waycott is currently bouncing around the same dilemma 14 other playoff-bound head coaches around the state are pondering as they prepare for their respective Thanksgiving matchups.
“Do you play (your players) to keep them sharp or rest them to avoid getting hurt?” the Lincoln head coach asked. “I’ve been going back and forth with this. I haven’t really decided what we’re going to do when we play them.”

Lincoln seniors get new facility

November 21, 2010

LINCOLN — With the first public unveiling of the edifice to be called only “The Center,” Town Administrator T. Joseph Almond and State Rep. Mary Ann Shallcross Smith called Saturday morning a glorious moment for Lincoln.
It was easy to tell by the glow in the eyes of 89-year-old Gladys McKee that she heartily agreed.
McKee, a former Cumberland resident who now calls Lincoln home, relaxed in the main lobby of the state-of-the-art, 11,000 square-foot facility — following a ceremony attracting perhaps 200 – and reveled in its beauty.

November 20th

On the Clock: Do city teens know there's a curfew?

November 20, 2010

PAWTUCKET — There has been a curfew in place for the city's youth for 16 years, but do they know about it? Some who are involved with juveniles and teens say that more should be done to get the word out.
Since 1994, the city has had two ordinances on the books aimed at keeping youths off the streets during the late night or early morning hours. One calls for any juvenile under the age of 16 to be home between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m., and the other requires that any juvenile 16 years of age or older and under the age of 18 to be home between midnight and 5 a.m.

November 20th

Tough task ahead for C.F. gridders

November 20, 2010

CENTRAL FALLS — Mo Jackson has endured only a few rebuilding years during a decade-plus tenure as the head coach of Central Falls, but you’d be hard-pressed to find any of those seasons as difficult as this one.
With just four returnees and a wealth of first-year players and junior varsity call-ups at his disposal, Jackson saw his inexperienced squad battle through a lot of growing pains and wrap up its Division IV season with a 2-6 record.

Anthony J. Oleska

November 19, 2010

Anthony J. Oleska

Arthur Charles Laperche

November 19, 2010

Arthur Charles Laperche
CUMBERLAND - Arthur Charles "Art" Laperche, born November 6, 1928, passed away November 18, 2010 at Our Lady of Fatima Hospital, North Providence at the age of 82 years old. Born in Pawtucket on Newport Ave., he lived in Cumberland most of his life. He was the son of the late Honora S. (Blanchette) Laperche-Smith, and Charles H. Laperche and stepson of the late Clarence E. Smith.
He worked for Teknor Apex in Pawtucket as a Plant Supervisor for 36 years. Arthur loved his work and his family.

November 18th

Friars improve to 3-0, defeat Morgan State

November 19, 2010

PROVIDENCE – Marshon Brooks had his fill of Morgan State by the time he reported to the Dunkin’ Donuts Center on Thursday afternoon. That’s why the Providence College senior wanted to make sure that the rest of the Friars knew that the Bears were no slouch.
“We hear it from the fans, from Facebook, that Morgan State is no joke and that they’ve been to the NCAA Tournament the last two years,” said Brooks. “It was a different atmosphere.”

Red-hot Clippers prepare for Thanksgiving Day clash

November 18, 2010

CUMBERLAND — Cumberland High was officially eliminated from postseason play in Division II back on Oct. 29 when it lost to Central High at Conley Stadium.
Since that 19-6 defeat to the Knights, the Clippers have reeled off two straight victories – a narrow 9-0 shutout of Coventry High and a 31-6 rout of Ponaganset High in a consolation game last Friday.

Arboleda helps P.C. win soccer playoff opener

November 18, 2010

PROVIDENCE — Wilder Arboleda demonstrated the proper way of turning the page Thursday afternoon as Providence College routed St. Peter’s of New Jersey, 6-2, in the first round of the NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Tournament.
Arboleda, a Pawtucket native and Tolman High graduate, tallied two goals as the Friars travel to face No. 16 Ohio State this Sunday afternoon in the second round.

Lopes weighs in on Crawford, Werth

November 18, 2010

There’s a lot to like about Carl Crawford and Jayson Werth, two of the most desired names currently dangling on the free-agent market. If you are a general manager like Theo Epstein, which all-star outfielder do you break the bank for?
It’s a question Davey Lopes is glad he doesn’t have to answer. Reached earlier this week, Lopes, the East Providence native with 38 years of baseball experience at his fingertips, was asked to debate and dissect the merits of Werth and Crawford.

 

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