Archive - Nov 12, 2010
BLACKSTONE- Ronald A. MacGregor, 83, of Blackstone, passed away peacefully at home on Wednesday, November 10, 2010 with family by his side. He was the beloved husband of the late Constance E. (Thompson) MacGregor.
Born in Everett, MA on March 16, 1927, he was the son of the late George A. MacGregor and Marjorie L. (Copp) MacGregor Chick.
CRANSTON --- Defense is the main reason why Lincoln High captured the Division II-North title this year.
And if the Lions plan to seize the Division II state championship on Sunday afternoon, they are going to need the same excellent defense they displayed throughout the season and in Thursday nightâ€™s semifinal-round game against Mount St. Charles Academy.
Junior striker Jillian DeSimone scored her team-high 16th of the season and the Lionsâ€™ defense held off a furious second-half attack by the high-scoring Mounties en route to a 1-0 victory at Cranston Stadium.
LINCOLN --- For the first time in his pro career, Woonsocketâ€™s Joe Gardner will be fighting for a championship belt, and he will try to claim his prize in the six-round co-feature of tonightâ€™s CESâ€™s (Classic Entertainment & Sports, Inc.) â€śHomecoming Kingâ€ť card at the Twin River Event Center.
And for the first time since coming back to the sport in May after a 7Â˝-year absence, Gardner has had to prepare for a fight without his favorite sparring partner, West Warwickâ€™s Keith Kozlin, giving him some valuable rounds.
CUMBERLAND â€” When Air National Guard Tech Sgt. Josh Lemois told his father he was giving up a chance to become a local policeman to go to Afghanistan, Bruce Lemois thought he understood.
He had to go.
Why else would Josh turn his back on his dream job?
â€śHe wants to be a Cumberland police officer,â€ť said Lemois, a member of the Cumberland Town Council. â€śNot a Warwick police officer. Not Providence. He wants to be a member of his hometown police department.â€ť