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March 12th, 2012

No storybook ending this time as Mounties see run as state champs come to an end

March 12, 2012

PROVIDENCE — The drive for five ran out of gas.
Mount St. Charles’s bid for a fifth straight state crown and 43rd in its storied history came up short on Monday night in Game 3 of its best-of-three State Championship series with Bishop Hendricken.
The Hawks, who had lost to the Mounties in three of the last four title series, were finally able to take home a championship at their rival’s expense before a full house at Providence College’s Schneider Arena by grabbing a 5-2 win.

Busby still on leave, no longer paid

March 12, 2012

WOONSOCKET — On paid leave from her $90,000 a year job since January, School Department Business Manager Stacey Busby has been quietly stripped of her salary.
School Department sources familiar with Busby’s employment status say she was informed in a letter last week that she is no longer being paid, though she remains on leave. Busby was also advised that her employment status will be the subject of a closed-door hearing before the School Committee, tentatively scheduled for March 21.

He’s back! Gardner lands impressive ‘W’

March 12, 2012

Joe Gardner’s return to the super middleweight ranks was a triumphant one.
The Woonsocket Boxing Club veteran, who went 0-3 as a light heavyweight a year ago, returned to the win column in his old weight class this past weekend on Big Six Entertainment’s ‘Who’s Next?’ card at the R.I. Convention Center in Providence.
Gardner seized an all-Blackstone Valley showdown with Pawtucket’s Rameil Shelton by claiming a four-round unanimous-decision victory by scores of 40-36, 39-37, and 39-37.

March 11th

McGair: When it comes to recruiting, PC's Cooley aims high; Why Sorrentine has a good chance of landing head coaching job at Brown

March 11, 2012

You read and hear the names of highly visible, sought-after recruits only to see later in the same sentence that Ed Cooley is right there in the trenches, making inroads with the Jakarr Sampsons of the world.

Plantar fasciitis sidelines Woonsocket's Coderre

March 11, 2012

Even her simplest of motions had become a tall order. No matter that she was gingerly pressing her feet against the hardwood – Brooke Coderre’s “dogs” were barking loudly and incessantly, begging her not to continue.

American Legion about helping fellow veterans

March 11, 2012

On a Friday evening these days, just a handful of members belonging to the Alphonse Yelle Post No. 9 of the American Legion get together at the Post Home at 20 Railroad St.
The reasons they gather together haven't really changed since the post was founded by Manville soldiers returning home from World War I, but it does seem fewer of today's returning warriors have the time or willingness to maintain lasting friendships at a post.

March 10th

WEB ONLY: Mount forces Game 3, tops Hawks, 3-2

March 11, 2012

PROVIDENCE -- There will be a Game 3.
Mount St. Charles forced a third and deciding game in its best-of-three State Championship title series with Bishop Hendricken on Saturday night before another large crowd at Providence College’s Schneider Arena.
Steve Donahue’s goal 1:12 into the third period and goalie Brian Larence’s spectacular 34-save effort were the differences in the Mounties’ crucial 3-2 win that kept their quest for a fifth straight state title (and 43rd in the team’s storied history) alive.

No bull about it: Cumberland's Patrick signs on with South Florida

March 10, 2012

CUMBERLAND — Now that he's decided where he will attend college, Cumberland High senior pitcher Justin Patrick – a 6-5, 205-pound righty – just wants to focus on the next task at hand: Helping the Clippers to an outstanding Division I-North campaign and securing a playoff berth later this spring.
“I personally think we can get to states this year,” Patrick stated Thursday afternoon as he relaxed inside the school's Wellness Center. “The last couple of years, we played OK as a team, but I don't feel we reached our potential.

Flanders: Municipal bankruptcy not such a bad thing

March 10, 2012

WARWICK — Central Falls Receiver Robert Flanders extolled the virtues of municipal bankruptcy Saturday, telling the RI Statewide Coalition that it “is not a horrible thing; it is a thing we ought to be doing.”

LONG OVERDUE -- Sen. Reed to present medals to WWII veteran Monday

March 10, 2012

LINCOLN — John Wilson was just a teenager when he encountered what was the greatest challenge of his life. With World War II in full swing, Wilson left his Woodland Street home in Saylesville in 1944 to join the U.S. Navy and soon found himself serving aboard the Fletcher-class Destroyer Isherwood as it entered battle in the Philippines.
He would see action in the battles of Leyte Gulf and Lingayen Gulf and hone his skill as an anti-aircraft gunner before his ship joined the fleet supporting the invasion of Okinawa on April 1, 1945.

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