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Among the Holy Angels Summer Festival Committee members are (front row, from left to right) Lorraine Conti, Betty Martini and Harriet Downey; and (back row) Sam Read, Mary Natale and committee Chairwoman Barbara St. Angelo.

Holy Angels Church preps for annual festival

Holy Angels Church preps for annual festival

Come one, come all! That’s the developing theme of members of the Holy Angels Church Summer Festival Committee, who invite all parishioners and friends to the annual Feast of the Assumption celebration on the grounds of Holy Angels Church on Maple Avenue. The 2013 Summer Festival begins with a kickoff on Thursday, Aug. 15, at

Hector Massa was the center of attention as approximately 300 family members and friends gathered to celebrate his 90th birthday Sunday at the Venus de Milo.

Bristol celebrates Hector Massa’s 90th birthday

Laughter and tears filled the main ballroom at the Venus de Milo in Swansea Sunday afternoon as nearly 300 family members and friends gathered to help celebrate Bristol icon Edmund P. “Hector” Massa’s 90th birthday. It was a celebration for the ages … literally. Actually, Hector’s birthday was Dec. 28, but thanks to his wife, Shirley,

New inductees included (front row from left to right) Katie (Piccerelli) Sweeney, Christine Conway, Holly Morris, Elizabeth (Kennan) Brosgol, Sarah (Richardson) Smedley, Bruce Goff, Pauline Woods and Ernie Woods; and (back row) Lee Markowski, Kitty Gilbane, Patty (Baker) Holland, John Signore, Dana Warren Gee, Bill Baker, Eric Opdyke, Kate Nagle and Fran Giglio.

Barrington hall of fame celebrates new inductees

The newest members of the Barrington High School Athletic Hall of Fame were inducted Nov. 17 during induction ceremonies at the RI Country Club. They included Katie (Piccerelli) Sweeney, Christine Conway, Holly Morris, Elizabeth (Kennan) Brosgol, Sarah (Richardson) Smedley, Bruce Goff, Pauline Woods and Ernie Woods, Lee Markowski, Kitty Gilbane, Patty (Baker) Holland, John Signore,

Joe Medeiros, with the fruits of his labor behind him.

Medeiros keeps East Providence field looking its best

EAST PROVIDENCE — Many firmly believe that the grass is always greener on the other side. Talk to East Providence groundskeeper extraordinaire Joe Medeiros and he’ll prove to you, unequivocally, that at Pierce Memorial Stadium the grass is greener no matter where you look. Long-regarded as one of the best facilities of its type, not

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