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Hundreds gather to recall life of Nasuti

March 1, 2014

WOONSOCKET – It was fitting that Carol Nasuti was the final speaker on an afternoon that saw many people flock to the high school’s Saravia Gymnasium to remember the life of her late husband, George T. Nasuti.

With her oldest son Chris standing by her side on a maroon-colored podium that was decorated with maroon and white balloons – on top of this neat arrangement were two balloons with the same quote on each: “Forever in our hearts” – Carol showed the audience the pages of notes she was prepared to read from. She then pointed out that there was a problem.

Hendricken turns away rival Mount for third time, sweeps regular-season hockey series

March 1, 2014

WARWICK --- This wasn’t Game 3 of the best-of-three state championship series at Brown University, but Mount St. Charles and Bishop Hendricken did their best to help duplicate that atmosphere in their regular-season finale on Saturday night at Thayer Arena.

Playing in front of a packed house, the Mounties and Hawks hooked up in a fast-paced, tight-checking duel that contained just one penalty and very few shots and mistakes by either side.

CUMBERLAND — Dave Belisle is no longer Cumberland American’s manager. He...
SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — The world championship dream is over. The memories will last...
WOONSOCKET— Carnell Henderson’s first official day as principal at Woonsocket High...
WOONSOCKET – Former U.S. Congressman Fernand J. “Freddy” St Germain, a favorite son of the city who rose from humble...
CUMBERLAND – For members of the Cumberland American Little League team it was likely a game of the ages, and Saturday...
WOONSOCKET – Citing personal reasons, Interim Schools Supt. James A. DiPrete tendered his resignation Thursday, school...

 

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