It’s the Tigers’ size, grit and talent.
WARWICK – T.J. Ciolfi did not get to see the final 11:09 of Tuesday’s Division I quarterfinal matchup between No. 10 Woonsocket and second-seed Bishop Hendricken. The head coach for the Villa Novans departed after receiving his second technical foul and with his team trailing the Hawks, 54-45.
Not to rub any additional salt in the wounds, but Ciolfi missed a whale of a finish.
PROVIDENCE â€“ Lawyers for Raymond D. Tempest Jr. elicited testimony in Superior Court Tuesday from a woman they credit with ferreting out a major flaw in the stateâ€™s case that was unknown to the jury that convicted him in 1992 for murdering Doreen C. Picard.
PAWTUCKET – It will soon be game over for the Pawtucket Red Sox.
The Pawtucket Red Sox, the Boston Red Sox' Triple-A affiliate, have been sold for a reported $20 million to a group of 10 New England businessmen, including current Red Sox president and CEO Larry Lucchino.
The new ownership officially purchased the team on Sunday night from Madeleine Mondor, widow of the late Ben Mondor; President Michael Tamburro; and General Manager Lou Schwechheimer, according to a new release issued by the Red Sox yesterday.
WOONSOCKET – Burrillville boys and girls, and Woonsocket boys are among the Blackstone Valley area teams competing Tuesday night in the RIIL playoffs.
Burrillville at Davies Tech (Girls)
The Patriots earned a 51-43 win over the Broncos on their Gaskin Alumni Hall home floor back on Jan. 9, but Burrillville had the last laugh with a 48-38 under “The Dome” on Feb. 5.
WOONSOCKET â€“ With a year of improvement now behind it, Landmark Medical Center recently took a moment to thank those who helped the longtime local hospital organization find a way out of its fiscal struggles.
PROVIDENCE â€“ Based on the richly detailed statements he had given Woonsocket police, Burrillville farmer Ronald Vaz became the star witness in the 1992 trial that led to Raymond D. Tempest Jr.â€™s conviction for murder in the bludgeoning death of Doreen C. Picard.
But lawyers for Tempest continued hammering away at Vazâ€™s veracity in Superior Court on Monday, as they questioned the lead investigator in the murder, retired Detective Sgt. Ronald Pennington.