Archive - Dec 2, 2010
It appears the Red Sox are leaving no stone unturned as the search for the next PawSox manager remains ongoing. The position has been vacant for nearly a month, yet the organization remains mum on whom Torey Lovulloâs successor will be.
As BoSox farm director Mike Hazen explained Thursday, finding the next Pawtucket manager is a decision best not entered into lightly and one that requires a great deal of homework.
WOONSOCKET â After watching host Woonsocket High rattle off six straight points in less than a minute early in the second half of Thursdayâs non-league, season-opener, Ponaganset coach Mike Girard called a timeout.
Just before his squad returned back to the floor, Girard told his players one last thing â âGames like this,â he said, âcan turn in two minutes.â
He was right. And fortunately for him, it was his Chieftains that turned it around.
When the Rhode Island Interscholastic League decided to dissolve the seven-team Division I-A circuit in boysâ hockey during the offseason, that left Lincoln High with an interesting dilemma.
Do the Lions, who were 13-4-1 and state finalists a season ago, drop down to Division II and become the clear-cut favorites to win that championship? Or do the Lions take a bold step up the ladder and compete with the stateâs premier teams in Division I?
Adrien R. Mayer
NO. SMITHFIELD- Adrien R. "Babe" Mayer, 87, of Great Rd., died Thursday, December 2, 2010 in Landmark Medical Center, Woonsocket. He was the husband of Marie Ann (Vadenais) Mayer and the late Fern (Cloutier) Mayer.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late Raymond and Alice (Duhamel) Mayer.
CUMBERLAND â Sometimes it takes awhile for dreams to come true, but for Marc Lonchay his dusky visions paid off just in the nick of time â to the tune of $1 million.
That's how much the unemployed laborer and father of five took home yesterday when Lonchay cashed in his Powerball winnings at the offices of the state lottery â all on numbers he says came to him in his sleep years ago.
âI know, it sounds crazy,â says Lonchay. âI wrote them down. I kept playing them â faithfully.â