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December 20th, 2010

Anna H. Hayman

December 20, 2010

Anna H. Hayman

Muriel Long

December 20, 2010

Muriel A. Long
LINCOLN - Muriel A. (Lewis) Long, 80, of Harris Avenue died Wednesday, December 15, 2010 at home. She was the wife of the late Robert C. Long.
Born in Bath, Maine, a daughter of the late Harry S. and Suzie (Crosby) Lewis, she had lived in Lincoln for the past 42 years.
Mrs. Long was an assistant floor lady at Providence Metallizing Company for 16 years, retiring in 1986.
She was a member of Christ Church, Lincoln, a member of its Altar Guild, and worked in the Thrift Shop for many years.
She was a member of the AARP and the St. Aidan's Seniors.

Anna latour

December 20, 2010

Anna Latour
MANVILLE - Anna Latour, 97, died Thursday at Woonsocket Health and Rehabilitation Center. She was the wife of the late Joseph Eugene Latour.
Born in Manville, a daughter of the late Adelard and Laura (Laplante) Bruneau, she had lived in Manville most of her life. She was the mother of the late Gloria Almeida and Rene Latour and the sister of the late Bertha Girard, Fabiola Gauvin, Anita Champagne, Melina Ouellette, Lucille Bourassa. She is survived by 3 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren and 2 great, great grandchildren.

Joseph J. Ryan

December 20, 2010

Joseph J. Ryan III
CUMBERLAND. Joseph J. Ryan III passed away on December 2, after a 19 year battle with cancer. He was the husband of Pamela E (Kevorkian) and had been married 29 years.

Hurd 14's Dawber praises new local Red Sox reliever

December 20, 2010

The directive was straightforward: place the ball in Dan Wheeler’s glove, stand back and enjoy. For Jim Dawber this habitual walk to the mound became a regular occurrence for him, no matter what level of baseball he coached Wheeler.

Saving the planet — one diaper at a time

December 20, 2010

COVENTRY — Jennifer and Melissa Schroeder Rondeau reckon that since April they have kept 16,800 disposable diapers out of the state landfill.
That feat may not seem noteworthy at first glance, until you realize it takes a disposable diaper, at best, about 250 to 500 years to decompose.

December 19th

Johnson is right at home on the 'Rhode'

December 19, 2010

EAST PROVIDENCE – When Riverside's own Michaela Johnson walked onto the set of “The Rhode Show” inside WPRI-TV/WNAC-TV's broadcast center on Wednesday afternoon, she barely could contain her excitement.
Less than 48 hours before, she learned she had out-dueled four other finalists to claim victory in the third annual “The Rhode Show: Search for a Star” contest during a live broadcast from the “Twist on Angell” restaurant near Wayland Square in Providence.

December 18th

Meeting between city, DOR 'very informative'

December 18, 2010

PAWTUCKET — Despite the stern tone of the last letter to Mayor James Doyle from Acting Department of Revenue Director Rosemary Booth Gallogly on the city's budget situation, a spokesperson for the director told The Times on Friday that a recent meeting between the two sides had been “very informative.”

Shea rallies for 65-55 win over Tolman

December 18, 2010

PAWTUCKET – Once Shea High got on a roll during the second half Friday night, there was very little anyone wearing a Tolman High uniform could do in corralling the Raiders.
Shea took full advantage of a 16-1 flurry – one that encompassed all of three minutes of clock – to roll to a wild, come-from-behind 65-55 win over its crosstown rivals at “The Cage.” The verdict helped secure Matt Pita’s first win as the Raiders’ coach and improve Shea’s record to 1-1 in Division II-Central. The loss drops the Tigers to 0-2 on the young season.

Mount icemen score 2-0 win over Burrillville

December 18, 2010

WOONSOCKET - Burrillville High did everything it possibly could to give Mount St. Charles Academy a spirited run for its money on Friday night, but the defending state champs still found a way to get the job done.
And the Mounties got the job done by spoiling a truly brilliant performance by junior goaltender Jacob Toback, who masterfully turned away 43 shots in a 2-0 triumph by the defending state champions at Adelard Arena.

December 16th

Mejia sparks Saints over Hope High

December 17, 2010

PAWTUCKET --- St. Raphael Academy got on Thursday night what they couldn’t get in their close defeat to Portsmouth High three nights earlier – a full game out of junior guard Cesar Mejia and an outstanding defensive effort against a solid team.
Mejia poured in a game-high 22 points and added four steals to help his team force Hope High into committing 24 turnovers and come away with a 62-40 victory in their Division I-East affair at the Saints’ Wellness Center.

December 16th

Pawtucket should annex Central Falls, says receiver

December 16, 2010

Central Falls is too small, too poor and way too deep in debt to remain a city on its own.
That is the verdict of state appointed receiver Mark Pfeiffer, who recommends that neighboring Pawtucket take over the Square Mile City or, failing that, services such as police, fire and public works be regionalized with surrounding communities to keep Central Falls afloat.
“Central Falls, in my judgment, cannot remain a stand-alone community as it presently is unless the state wants to subsidize it into the future,” Pfeiffer told reporters at City Hall Wednesday morning.

Young Tolman hockey team off to solid start

December 16, 2010

PAWTUCKET --- For the third straight year, Tolman High will be sporting a very young squad, and this one may be the youngest of the bunch – with seven sophomores and three freshmen making up the bulk of its 16-man roster.
In Coach Speak, the word ‘young’ is usually synonymous with ‘bad’, but with this year’s Tigers, that doesn’t appear to be the case.

Judge Ernest J. Pratt

December 16, 2010

Judge Ernest J. Pratt
FLORIDA - Judge Ernest J. Pratt, 82, passed away on December 14, 2010 at Port St. Lucie Medical Center. He was born in Central Falls, R.I. and lived in Fort Pierce, FL for 7 years, coming from Cumberland, R.I. He served in the United States Army during the Korean War. He was an avid golfer and softball player.
Prior to retirement, he was an attorney with the Rhode Island law firm, Blais, Cunningham, Crowe, Chester. He was also a municipal court judge in the City of Central Falls.

Frances Mary Lynch

December 16, 2010

Frances Mary Lynch
Devoted to Her Family and Her Faith
CENTRAL FALLS - Frances Mary (Mentel) Lynch, 86, of High Street, Central Falls, Rhode Island and formerly of Bartlett, New Hampshire and Starr Lane, Attleboro, died on Saturday, December 11, 2010 at the Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island following a brief illness. She was the wife of the late Charles William Lynch, Sr. to whom she was married for 52 years at the time of his death in 1999.

Marie-Anna Vigeant

December 16, 2010

Marie-Anna Vigeant

Gerard J. Larivee

December 16, 2010

Gerard J. Larivee
PAWTUCKET - Gerard J. Larivee 85 of Pawtucket died at home on Tuesday, Dec. 14. He was the husband for 60 years of Helen (Richard) Larivee. Born in Central Falls, a son of the late Albert and Amanda (Hemond) Larivee, he had resided in Pawtucket for several years, He was a communicant of St. Cecilia Church where he had served as an usher and an Eucharistic Minister. He had also been a chairman of the parish Catholic Charity Drive for 24 years.

Mayor gets huge sendoff

December 16, 2010

PAWTUCKET — On a night that Joan Doyle described as “kind of surreal” and her husband called “heartwarming,” nearly 500 people turned out for a retirement gala to honor Pawtucket's longest serving mayor, James E. Doyle.

SRA's Parker cops two distance events

December 16, 2010

PROVIDENCE — For the past several months, Jalen Evans has been punishing his opponents with his blazing speed on the football field.
In his inaugural season of track and field, the Woonsocket High sophomore is hoping to do the same on the indoor oval.
“I am very confident,” Evans said. “When I see my competition, I get very excited. My adrenaline starts pumping. I just want to be at full speed. When I am at full speed, it feels great.”

December 15th

Clippers back for more

December 15, 2010

CUMBERLAND — Defending state champion Cumberland is not the early-season favorite to repeat, according to no less an authority than Clippers head coach Steve Gordon.
“Warwick Veterans is loaded,” Gordon was saying on Wednesday morning, a few hours before his Clippers would face North Providence and Mount Hope in a double-dual meet at Pilgrim High. “They finished six points behind us last year in the state meet and didn’t lose anybody.”

 

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