Archive - Oct 2011
Just because the Red Sox declined to pick up Dan Wheelerâ€™s $3 million option for the 2012 season doesnâ€™t automatically spell the end of the partnership between the team and relief pitcher.
As Wheeler explained when reached Monday afternoon, the opportunity to return to Boston remains on the table. Itâ€™s just that the process in doing so has completely changed.
The Division I playoff seeding race has changed shape several times over the past week.
A fortnight ago, it appeared as though La Salle Academy and Shea High would finish 1-2 in the overall points race. Now, thanks to a strong finish by Central Falls, the Warriors will be the No. 2 seed in the eight-team playoff field that begins action on Friday.
PROVIDENCE â€” Cumberland missed a chance to improve its playoff seeding on Monday when it played a 1-1 tie with Hope High, which brought a 1-13-2 record into the regular season finale.
â€śWe didnâ€™t help ourselves today,â€ť Cumberland coach John Lopes said afterwards. â€śWe had a chance to move up in the seedings if we won and got some help from someone else but we played flat for all but about five minutes of todayâ€™s game.â€ť
CABOT, VT - Adele Roseanne Anderson, 78, died October 24th in Cabot, Vermont.
She was born October 15, 1933, daughter of Benedetto and Adelina Olivieri. Formerly from Woonsocket, R.I. where she lived with her husband Carl R. Anderson of 38 years.
Adele retired from New England Telephone. She enjoyed camping, shopping and her dog Frosty.
She was predeceased in death by her husband Carl Richard Anderson.
Grammy we love and miss you.
Roger Arthur Ferland, 71, formerly of Woonsocket, Rhode Island, U.S.A, passed away peacefully at home on Friday October 21, 2011.
He was born December 10, 1939, son of the Gabriel and Celina Ferland.
Roger graduated from Mt. St. Charles Academy, then joined the USAF stationed in England and retired after 20 years.
WOONSOCKET - Pamela Ann Miclette, 45, formerly of Woonsocket, died Saturday, September 24, 2011 in Auburndale, Florida as a result of injuries sustained in an automobile accident near her home.
Born in Woonsocket, she was a daughter of Robert A. Miclette of Woonsocket and the late Blanche A. (Lataille) Miclette. Pamela was raised in Woonsocket and resided in Mansfield, MA and Webster, MA before relocating to Florida earlier this year.
Pamela enjoyed cooking and expressing herself through arts and craft work. She was at home being outdoors and was a keen wildlife observer.
WOONSOCKET- Helen Ann (Kaffel) Skiffington, of Third Ave, Woonsocket, died peacefully Saturday October 29, 2011. For 52 years she was the beloved wife of the late John J. Skiffington Jr., former RI Speaker of the House and RI House Majority Leader.
Born in Woonsocket, she was the daughter of the late Albert and Tekla (Frodyma) Kaffel.
WOONSOCKET - Victor D. Dubois, 85, resident of Woonsocket, died October 28, 2011 at the Woonsocket Health & Rehabilitation Center.
Born December 15, 1925, in Woonsocket, a son of the late Dennis & Celia (Robillard) Dubois.
Victor worked in area textiles as an oilman, a lifelong Woonsocket resident formerly of Mt. Vernon Apts. He was a WWII Navy Veteran.
He is survived by many nieces and nephews.
He was the brother of the late Alice Comire, Aurore Morrisette, Lillian Brissette, Viola Silba, and Dora Lambert.
WOONSOCKET - Lorraine D. Frenette, 64, resident of Woonsocket, died October 27, 2011 at the Landmark Medical Center.
Born September 16, 1947 in Woonsocket, a daughter to the late Donat J. Sr. & Dorothy (Bernard) Frenette.
Lorraine worked 28 years as a med nurse for Zambarano, a resident of Woonsocket formally of Cumberland. She enjoyed crocheting in which she learned on her own.
She is survived by her brother, Donat J. Frenette Jr. of Woonsocket and her niece, Jesse Frenette also of Woonsocket.
FOSTER â€“ The state meet for cross country takes place next Sunday at Ponaganset High.
For some schools, such as the Lincoln boys' team, their â€śstate meetâ€ť took place on Saturday at the class championships.
The Lions were among a handful of schools that needed a quality placement in their respective class meet to earn a trip to the states because they did not get an automatic berth by finishing among the top three in their division.