Archive - Nov 11, 2011
EAST GREENWICH â Jillian DeSimone had a feeling something good was about to happen upon sending a crossing feed toward the Mt. Hope net.
Why was DeSimone confident? Letâs just say Friday night wasnât the first time the Lincoln senior captain shoveled off a pass with the intention of setting up one of her teammates. Turns out that teammate was junior Annie Carrol, who sacrificed her body en route to producing the only goal Lincoln would need in a 1-0 victory against Mt. Hope in the Division II semifinals. Carrol's tally came with just over six minutes remaining in second half.
NORTH SMITHFIELD â North Smithfield is heading back in the Division IV playoffs, and the Northmen earned their return trip the hard way â with a five-game win streak loaded with victories over the divisionâs top teams.
The Northmen celebrated their âSenior Nightâ and officially stamped their ticket to the postseason on Friday by putting away the divisionâs top scoring team, Central Falls, by a 20-6 score.
MILLVILLE â Special Town Meeting voters Monday will be asked to consider several money matters, including an article that seeks permission for the town to borrow $300,000 as part of a sewer betterment loan.
The Special Town Meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Millville Elementary School, 122 Berthelette Way.
WOONSOCKET â From Concord to Korea, the Museum of Work and Culture yesterday staged a Veterans Day tribute for the ages.
Dignitaries and guests took turns at the podium, singing patriotic songs, reading touching poetry about the sacrifice of war, and recalling the cityâs contributions to the Great War that inspired Veterans Day, nearly a century ago.
âToday we come together to thank and honor the veterans,â said Anne Conway, co-director of the museum.
CUMBERLAND â If you have been in a war and felt the fear of knowing the next moment could be your last, there are some things you can never put aside, never forget.
Wilfrid E. Hebert, 89, was all too aware of that fact after he enlisted in the service in 1942 and became a member of the Army Air Corps' 48rd Bomb Group based in Italy.
WOONSOCKET â School officials have opened an investigation into how a local preschool student was forgotten on a Durham School Services bus on Wednesday.
The unidentified 4-year-old boy was reported by School Superintendent Giovana Donoyan to have been picked up by a Durham bus for transportation to an afternoon kindergarten class at the Gov. Aram J. Pothier Elementary School but was never dropped off at the school.