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October 24th, 2011

Pauline R. Panciotti

October 24, 2011

Pauline R. Panciotti
NORTH PROVIDENCE - Pauline R. Panciotti, 72, of North Providence, died on Thursday at the South Shore Hospital in S. Weymouth, MA. She was the wife of the late Henry J. Panciotti.

Michael P. Lefrancois III

October 24, 2011

Michael P. Lefrancois III
CUMBERLAND - Michael P. Lefrancois III, four months old, passed away Thursday, October 20, 2011 surrounded by his loving family. Born June 9, 2011, he was the son of Michael and Michelle (Altongy)Lefrancois.
Besides his parents, he is survived by his maternal grandparents, Dr. Gilbert and Mimi Altongy; his paternal grandparents, Michae l Lefrancois and Deborah Jackson and her husband Archie.

William "Bill" Theodore Goyette

October 24, 2011

William "Bill" Theodore Goyette
NORTH ATTLEBORO - William "Bill" Theodore Goyette, 80, of Mount Hope Street, North Attleboro, died unexpectedly at his residence on Saturday, October 22, 2011. He was the husband of the late Mary M. (Sabatini) Goyette who died on September 18, 2007.
Born in Mansfield, Massachusetts on November 1, 1930, he was one of twelve children born to the late Ovila I. and Emma R. (Arns) Goyette. He was raised and educated in North Attleboro and remained a resident of the community for most of his life.

BUSINESS NETWORKING

October 24, 2011

Navigant Credit Union, the R.I. Young Professionals, and Central Falls Councilman James Diossa (Ward 4) recently sponsored the Central Falls 1st Networking Event, held at the Navigant branch in Central Falls. In this photo, Diossa ensures those in attendance that Central Falls has a bright future.

Grebien to partake in ride-along program

October 24, 2011

PAWTUCKET — Mayor Donald R. Grebien will begin a “ride-along” program where he will ride along on city vehicles from various departments to better learn about their daily operations and challenges on a first-hand basis. The program will begin this Thursday, Oct. 27, with a ride-along on city sanitation trucks. Later ride-alongs will include with police and fire vehicles.

October 23rd

Tolman gridders find a way to win

October 23, 2011

FOSTER — It was the type of game that allowed Dave Caito and his coaching staff to stretch beyond the normal extremities and learn a little bit more about the 2011 Tolman Tigers.

Shea booters stand up to La Salle

October 23, 2011

PROVIDENCE – There was an epic little war of a soccer game played on Saturday at La Salle Academy. Pawtucket’s Shea High, a totally ethnic squad of skilled players from several countries, took on an equally skilled La Salle squad, coached by one of the giants, Mario Pereira, in a match witnessed by perhaps 300 soccer aficionados.

Time to take another veterans photo

October 23, 2011

My favorite working moment of 2011 came back in late May when The Military Page asked area veterans to show up for photo shoots in Pawtucket and Woonsocket.
I had my doubts about how many vets would attend, figuring they had many other things to do on a sunny Saturday in May, but those doubts vanished when the vets came walking up to the assigned meeting place, many of them with their wives or children, sometimes even grandchildren, mingling with other veterans and clearly enjoying the chance to have their picture taken with fellow veterans.

October 22nd

City starts work on Conant Street Bridge

October 22, 2011

PAWTUCKET — Attorney General Peter Kilmartin, a retired 20-year veteran of the Pawtucket Police Department, noted that he was just a young patrolman when the Conant Street Railroad Bridge was closed due to structural deterioration. However, after 22 years of delays, the bridge is finally slated to be replaced, and the reopening of Conant Street to through traffic will greatly improve police and fire response time to that neighborhood as well as the economic development of the city as a whole, he added.

RIPEC hosts pension forum

October 22, 2011

SMITHFIELD — There is nothing stopping mayors and city councils from passing an ordinance right away that stops COLAs (Cost of Living Adjustments) on municipal employee pensions, General Treasurer Gina Raimondo told a business forum Friday morning.

October 21st

St. Raphael runs away from Toll Gate, 40-14

October 21, 2011

PAWTUCKET --- Toll Gate High marched into Pariseau Field on Friday determined to spoil St. Raphael Academy’s ‘Homecoming Night’ and bus home with an upset win that would have lifted them off the schneid in the Division II-B standings.
And for an entire quarter, the Titans appeared to be on the verge of stunning their hosts, as they controlled the clock for all but 1:19 of the period, held a 6-0 lead, and appeared to be headed for another score at the start of the second quarter.

Lions rounding into playoff form

October 21, 2011

LINCOLN — On paper, there’s not much that separates the top two teams in Division II-North – Lincoln High and Mount St. Charles Academy.
On the field Friday afternoon, the numbers didn’t lie.
The first-place Lions scored all of the offense it would need and then held off a very-determined Mount squad in the second half to post a 3-1 win at Manville Park.
With three games left on its schedule, the victory improved Lincoln’s league record to 14-1-0 and all but secured it the II-North crown. The second-place Mounties dropped to 10-2-0 with still six games remaining.

Alice Coyle-Chagnon

October 21, 2011

Alice Coyle-Chagnon
PAWTUCKET - Alice Coyle-Chagnon, 90, passed October 21, 2011.
She was the wife of the late Harry J. Chagnon.
Born in Pawtucket, she was a daughter of the late Henry P. and Christina (McKenna) Coyle. She lived most of her life in Darlington and has also resided in North Carolina and Florida before returning to Pawtucket 6 years ago.

Francisco Saraiva

October 21, 2011

Francisco Saraiva
PAWTUCKET - Francisco Saraiva, 87, passed away Friday, October 21, 2011 at home. He was the beloved husband of Maria L. (Soares) Saraiva for 62 years. Born in Portugal, a son of the late Julio and Gloria (Jesus) Saraiva, he came to the US in 1969 and settled in Cumberland before moving to Pawtucket over 30 years ago. Francisco was employed by Health-Tex, Inc. for many years until retiring. He enjoyed gardening, making homemade wine, and was a member of the Lusitania Club, Cumberland.

Ilse Kubiak

October 21, 2011

Ilse Kubiak
FLORIDA - Ilse Kubiak, 90, of Lake Worth passed away on October 20, 2011 under the care of Hospice of Palm Beach County in Atlantis. She was born and raised in Seekonk, Massachusetts moving to this area in 1985 from Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
Ilse was a member of Our Savior Lutheran Church of Lake Worth. where she was a member of the Women of Our Savior. She was preceded in death by her husband Leon J. Kubiak, Sr.

Aline Cloutier

October 21, 2011

Aline Cloutier
PAWTUCKET - Aline Cloutier 90, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on October 18, 2011. She was the beloved wife of the late Paul A. Cloutier.
She is survived by her son David E. Cloutier and his wife Connie formerly of Seekonk, granddaughter Dina Cloutier, grandson David P. Cloutier and his wife Alyssa and great-grandson Cameron.
Her funeral was held Friday October 21, 2011.

October 20th

Will Dan Wheeler be back with Red Sox in '12?

October 20, 2011

Dan Wheeler won’t have long to wait regarding whether or not he fits into the Red Sox’s plans for the 2012 season. The veteran relief pitcher and Warwick native has a club option worth $3 million that Boston must render a decision on “within three to five days” upon completion of the World Series.
“They will have to notify me whether they’re picking it up or not,” said Wheeler earlier this week from his Florida homestead.

Lincoln couple competes in Wife Carrying event

October 20, 2011

When Bruce and Sheri Foster said “I do” eight years ago, they probably never thought they would one day decide to do something as wild and crazy as the competition they entered two weekends ago.
The Lincoln couple was one of 47 that participated in the Sunday River Ski Resort’s 12th annual North American Wife Carrying Championships in Newry, Maine. They toured the challenging 283-yard obstacle course in a 1:27.37 time that placed them 27th and just eight seconds shy of a top-20 finish.

Burrillville girls win Div. III showdown with SRA, 4-0

October 20, 2011

PAWTUCKET – As St. Raphael Academy discovered on Thursday night, there’s a reason why Burrillville has surrendered a division-low seven goals this season.
Defense is the name of the Broncos’ game, which was made plenty clear as the Saints were grounded, 4-0, at the McKinnon-Alves Complex. The shutout is No. 11 for Burrillville, which hasn’t allowed a goal in seven straight games dating back to Sept. 23.

Council makes dog park permanent

October 20, 2011

PAWTUCKET — The participants make no bones about it…the dog park in Slater Park is the newest place to meet and mingle, for both canines and their owners.
The City Council on Wednesday voted 8 to 0 to approve a resolution ending the trial status of the dog park and making it an official attraction in Slater Park. The Recreation Committee made the resolution asking for the change, citing the success of the dog park since it opened last summer. Parks and Recreation Director John Blais also issued a letter of support for making the dog park permanent.

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