PAWTUCKET - Mary V. (Kelley) Glaude, 84, of Benefit St., passed away unexpectedly at home on Friday, July 27, 2012. She was the beloved wife of the late Leo A. Glaude, Sr.
Born in Providence, a daughter of the late Edward J. and Lillian T. (McNally) Kelley, she resided in Pawtucket since1957. Mary was employed by the American Insulated Wire Company for thirty-eight years, spending the last twenty-five years of her career as an administrative assistant. She was a communicant of the Church of St. Leo the Great for the past sixty years.
LINCOLN - Russell A. Allard, 94, passed on July 30, 2012. He was predeceased by his wife of 66 years, Anna (Chaston) Allard.
Russell was a son of the late Joseph and Corrine (Cussion) Allard. He had been employed by M.A. Gammino as a truck driver for many years.
NORTON, MA - Alice M. (Preston) Sabatini (O'Reilly) 86, died Friday July 27 at Epoch Sr. Health Center, Norton, MA. Born in Cumberland to the late Herbert and Elizabeth (Mellor) Preston, she resided there most of her life though she lived more recently in Mashpee, MA and Bradenton, FL before moving to Epoch in 2006.
The Mapleville woman for whom we launched a silver alert has been found in the woods behind her house. RI State Police K9â€™s assisted the Burrillville Police and local fire departments in the search.
PAWTUCKET â€” Pawtucket Police are searching for three male suspects who took part in a home invasion at a Pawtucket Avenue apartment complex late Saturday night.
According to Major Arthur Martins, at around 11:30 p.m., three men burst into the apartment where a woman was home with her two children, ages 11 and 9. The suspects all wore hooded sweatshirts tied to conceal their faces, and two were armed with handguns.
The suspects stole a small amount of cash and 14 pairs of menâ€™s sneakers, all size 11, from the apartment. No injuries were reported.
PAWTUCKET - Antonio Almeida, 89, of Pawtucket, passed away Friday, July 27, 2012. He was the husband of the late Maria (Pereira) Almeida.
Born in Bristol, he was the son of the late Julio and Anna (Rodrigues) Almeida. Mr. Almeida was a former in the concrete industry for many years before retiring. He lived most of his life in Pawtucket.
He is survived by his daughter, Maria Moitoso, his sons, Antonio and John Almeida, eight grandchildren and twenty great grandchildren.
The funeral and burial will be private. Arrangements by Costigan-O'Neill Funeral Home, Pawtucket.
PAWTUCKET- STELLA ELLIOTT, 89, passed away Sunday July 29, 2012 at The Holiday in Lincoln. She was the beloved wife of the late John Elliott.
Born in Central Falls she was a daughter of the late Jan and Zofia (Wojcik) Dziedzic. She was a life long resident of Pawtucket.
She was the loving mother of Frances Adamski of Lincoln, Christina Rossi of Cumberland, Rosemary Mercier of Canterbury, CT, Steven Elliott of San Diego, CA, John Elliott of Warren and James Elliott of Easton, MA. She also leaves 21 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
Daniel W. Haynes Sr.
PAWTUCKET - Daniel W. Haynes Sr., 68, a retired Pawtucket Police Sergeant passed away Tuesday July 24, 2012 at the University of North Carolina Medical Center in Chapel Hill, NC. after a courageous battle while waiting for a liver transplant. He was the beloved husband of Cynthia A. "Cindy" (Zuba) Haynes.
Born in Framingham, MA he was a son of the late Gardner and Aleta (Hershey) Haynes. Dan retired to North Carolina in 2009.
Dan was a 27 year Veteran of the Pawtucket Police Department retiring as a Sergeant.
JULY 29 â€“ AUGUST 4
Anticipated traffic impacts / roadwork:
â€˘ Temporary highway closures of I-95 NB will continue during the early morning hours Monday through Saturday. These closures are necessary for the completion of steel and concrete deck panel erection for the new Bridge 550 NB structure.
â€˘ Additional highway lane closures are possible NB and SB Sunday through Thursday. Right or left lane taken at 9 p.m., second lane taken at 11 p.m. All lanes reopened by 5 a.m.
PAWTUCKET â€” Frustrated by delays he experienced in getting the city to pick up bulky waste items on his street, Mark Poirier tried a new way to get someone's attention in City Hall: he created a website titled â€śShame on you, Mayor Grebien.â€ť
CUMBERLAND â€” The organizers of the upcoming CumberlandFest promise that this year's four-day family festival will have lots of old favorites as well as some new surprises. The 22nd annual event kicks off Friday, Aug. 10.
As was the case the last two years, there will be an expanded fireworks show.
LINCOLN - Charles H. "Chick" Willett, 97, passed away Wednesday, July 25, 2012 at Epoch Senior Health Center, Providence. He was the beloved husband of the late Stella (Ben) Willett and the devoted father of the late Robert D. Willett.
Born in Pawtucket, a son of the late Lazarus H. "Pete" and Christina B. (Kinniburgh) Willett, he had lived in Lincoln for the past 57 years. He attended Pawtucket schools and was a 1932 graduate of Pawtucket High School.
PAWTUCKET - Jules "Chuck" G. Caron, in celebration of his life, lead a full life to the age of 78. He was the son of the late Jules Augustus and Bertha Marie (Duquenoy) Caron, both formerly of Calais, France. He was the devoted and loving husband to Joann S. (Duhamel) Caron for 57 years.
DORCHESTER, MA - Maria A. Correia, 91, of Dorchester, MA, passed on Wednesday, July 25, 2012.
Born in the Cape Verde Islands (Praia) Mrs. Correia was a resident of the Boston area for more than 30 years.
Mrs. Correia is survived by her two daughters, Ana Gomes of Brockton and Maria Feriera of New Bedford; sons Anthony Correia of Boston and Joseph B. Correia also of Boston, 7 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.
Understand that veteran minor-league ballplayers have provisions written into their contracts that grant them the freedom to explore and seek opportunities elsewhere. These clauses â€“ no doubt put in at the suggestion of oneâ€™s agent â€“ are designed with the playerâ€™s protection in mind and can be triggered at different points throughout the season.
BRISTOL, Conn. â€“ The Cumberland Major Division (ages 11 and 12) All-Star softball team arrived at the end of the line on Thursday afternoon, the teamâ€™s magical run culminating in a 4-2 defeat to Robbinsville, N.J. in semifinal-round action of the Eastern Regionals at Breen Field.
The defeat closes Cumberlandâ€™s stay at the 10-team tournament, which featured teams from New England and the Mid-Atlantic, at 4-2. In its six games, Cumberland outscored its opponents by a 42-19 margin and outhit them, 49-24.
PAWTUCKET â€” After a lengthy and sometimes contentious process, the City Council gave first passage on Wednesday to a revised zoning plan for the Apex property that is being hailed as a compromise.
BRISTOL, Conn. â€” One down, two to go.
The Cumberland Major Division (ages 11 and 12) all-star team took its first step towards what it hopes will be the programâ€™s first-ever Eastern Regional championship and a spot in the Little League World Series on Wednesday afternoon by capturing its quarterfinal-round game with ease.
CUMBERLAND â€” Residents will get the opportunity on Aug. 7 to offer input on a proposed plan to consolidate the town's fire services as a single municipal public safety department that would not only include the town's four independent fire districts, but emergency medical service and police as well.
PAWTUCKET â€” A 23-year-old city man with a lengthy criminal record was arrested following the stabbing of a Cumberland man on Warwick Road early Wednesday morning.
According to Pawtucket Police Detective Capt. John Seebeck, police received a report that a stabbing had occurred in the vicinity of 28-30 Warwick Road at around 2 a.m. When police arrived, they found a male lying on the sidewalk with multiple knife wounds to his abdomen.