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MSC spikers survive five-set playoff thriller with N.K.

June 5, 2013

WOONSOCKET — If Mount St. Charles planned to overcome a tough opponent and earn a spot in next Tuesday night’s Division I semifinals, the Mounties were going to have to do something they hadn’t done during the regular season.
Win a five-set match.
After going 0-for-3 in matches that were decided by 3-2 scores, the Mounties were able to cap a two-hour thriller with visiting North Kingstown on Wednesday afternoon with an impressive 15-12 victory in their quarterfinal-round matchup.

Errors come back to bite N.S. in playoff loss to E.G.

June 5, 2013

PROVIDENCE — North Smithfield High head coach Tom Bourgeois stood on a sidewalk in front of Rhode Island College's Gaige Hall late Wednesday afternoon and struggled to find words to describe his squad's inability to field the ball cleanly – or muster a timely hit.
His top-seeded Northmen (from II-North) had entered this R.I. Division II Tournament winners' bracket semifinal tilt against fifth-ranked East Greenwich having dropped just one league decision all year, that a 5-3 nailbiter at Cranston East back on April 10.

Will extra time with PawSox benefit Middlebrooks?

June 5, 2013

PAWTUCKET – Based on the comments John Farrell made Wednesday, it wouldn’t classify as a tremendous shock to see Will Middlebrooks remain with the PawSox beyond when he’s eligible to come off the disabled list, which is Saturday.
Position players are allotted a 20-day rehab window with Wednesday serving as Day Two of Middlebrooks’ on-the-mend stint. During his weekly radio appearance on WEEI, Farrell mentioned that it’s just not a matter of the third baseman shaking off the cobwebs after landing on the disabled list with a lower back strain.

Proposed tax changes making CVS wary of expanding in RI

June 5, 2013

WOONSOCKET – The president of a prominent economic development organization says Gov. Lincoln Chafee’s proposal to reduce tax credits for companies that create new jobs has already prompted CVS/Caremark to put on hold a substantial expansion of operations it had been planning.

Estelle S. Guy

June 5, 2013

Estelle S. Guy

WOONSOCKET- Estelle S. Guy, 83, of Woonsocket, died Tuesday at Landmark Medical Center after a brief illness.
Born in Woonsocket, she was a daughter of the late Amedee and Aurore (Guilbert) Guy. Estelle was a lifelong resident of the city and a graduate of St. Clare Girls High School.
Estelle was employed as a file clerk at Stock-Weather & Shepley in Providence for several years and also as a key punch operator.
Estelle was a longtime communicant of Precious Blood Church. She enjoyed playing cards and bingo.

George L. Pichette

June 5, 2013

George L. Pichette

WOONSOCKET- George L. Pichette, 73, died June 4, 2013 after a long illness, in Mt. St. Rita Health Centre, Cumberland. He was the husband of Carole A. (Haughey) Pichette, with whom he celebrated his 50th anniversary on May 18.
A lifelong city resident, he was the son of the late Arthur E. and Cecile Y. (Ethier) Pichette.

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WOONSOCKET – Citing personal reasons, Interim Schools Supt. James A. DiPrete tendered his resignation Thursday, school...

 

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