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Archive - Feb 5, 2011

Cumberland wears Northern Division crown once more

February 5, 2011

PROVIDENCE — Lincoln High coach John Menna may have had the prefect response when asked how to defeat Cumberland in the Northern Division Championship – “Probably pray a lot. That’s about it,” he said. “They are deep in just about all areas.”

Fire destroys home of local video company owner

February 5, 2011

WOONSOCKET – An intense fire apparently breaking out in a finished breezeway left Paul and Lorraine Jacobs without a home Friday afternoon.
Paul Jacobs, 69, the well-known local video and sound company owner who records meetings of City Council and other popular events, also lost equipment and possibly years of recordings when the fire swept through an attached garage and the two-level home at 49 Hillsdale Street while the couple was away.

Snow loads on roofs wreaking havoc on schools

February 5, 2011

WOONSOCKET – As engineers began trying to determine whether snow-laden roofs throughout the public school system were at risk of collapse yesterday, officials said it was too soon to say whether students could return to classes by Monday.
“We're fortunate we're initiating this on a Friday,” said Schools Supt. Robert Gerardi. “We have the weekend to work on it. Hopefully we'll have this solved by Monday.”

PAWTUCKET – Playing their first home game since the passing of Jim Skeffington, the...
WOONSOCKET – The primary mission of the George Nasuti Novans Pride 5K is to raise money...
PAWTUCKET – Mount St. Charles may have failed in its attempt to capture a third...
WOONSOCKET – When he was a little younger, Richard Fazzio, now 90, would tend to the small veterans’ memorial at Market...
BLACKSTONE – Ninety-nine-year-old World War II Navy veteran Michael Sulima sits back in a recliner at his daughter’s...
PROVIDENCE – A longtime friend of James J. Skeffington spoke of his exuberance, caring demeanor, and love for his...

 

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