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April 26th, 2012

Lions fall to Titans in eight innings

April 26, 2012

LINCOLN — Euphoria quickly gave way to frustration Thursday afternoon at rainy Chet Nichols Field.
Lincoln, which rallied for three runs in the home portion of the seventh inning to tie the game at 3-3 against visiting Toll Gate, watched as the Titans pushed across an unearned run in the top of the eighth to secure a 4-3 verdict.

Harlequins closing its doors

April 26, 2012

By RUSS OLIVO

WOONSOCKET — Marlene Gagnon shoves her hand deep into a rack of multi-colored clothing and yanks out a long, white gown of slippery sateen fabric with a ribbon of hieroglyphic-like imagery running up the back.
“That’s Cleopatra,” she says.

(Opinion) This cross should never be removed

April 26, 2012

When William Jolicoeur went off to war as part of the 306th Infantry Regiment, 77th Division in 1917, he was part of a band of men that was very welcome in France. General John Pershing was glad to have them. Marshal Ferdinand Foch was glad to have them.
You see, they were from Woonsocket and could speak the native tongue, making them even more valuable than the other doughboys who were landing in Europe in droves.

Christopher A. Leduc

April 26, 2012

Christopher A. Leduc

WOONSOCKET- Christopher A. Leduc 40, of Virginia Ave, passed away Monday April 23, in Landmark Medical Center.
He was born in Woonsocket, the son of Denise R. (Labine) Leduc and the late Robert P. Leduc.
Mr. Leduc was a stocker for CVS Warehouse for fourteen years. He was a sports enthusiast, avid bowler, and enjoyed paintball, and was a member of the Steel Reserve Paintball Team.

WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU...

April 26, 2012

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April 25th

May 1 is fast approaching for PawSox's Cook

April 25, 2012

PAWTUCKET – If recent history is any sort of indication regarding the Red Sox’s handling of minor league players with opt-out clauses written into their contracts, then expect pitcher Aaron Cook to head up to Boston next week.

PawSox's win streak is stopped at nine

April 25, 2012

PAWTUCKET — Leave it to the Yankees to spoil what would have been history-in-the-making for the Pawtucket Red Sox.
Standing just three outs away from extending their winning streak to a franchise-best 10 consecutive games, the PawSox watched as reliever Garrett Mock melted down in an 8-6 loss to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Wednesday afternoon at McCoy Stadium.

Clippers top Lions in battle of lacrosse unbeatens

April 25, 2012

LINCOLN -- Cumberland High head coach Scott Carpenter couldn’t believe his good fortune when, back on March 19, two new girls claiming to be goalies showed up at to his first practice at Tucker Field.
“I was grinning ear-to-ear, and I know the girls were wondering why,” Carpenter chuckled. “We had two kids who had never played lacrosse before; they were (senior Kara Gorman and (freshman) Julia Eaton. From Day One, you could definitely see both had huge potential.”

Diocese defrocks Woonsocket priest

April 25, 2012

WOONSOCKET — Citing allegations of sexual misconduct that happened nearly 30 years ago, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence has defrocked a priest assigned to Precious Blood parish and ordered him to move out of the rectory.

Charges sustained in Lynch case

April 25, 2012

PAWTUCKET — While saying that he didn’t believe the accounts from either party were “100-percent accurate” and that the incident itself might have been sparked by “road rage,” a Rhode Island Traffic Tribunal magistrate on Wednesday ruled in favor of the Pawtucket Police Department and sustained charges of refusal to submit to a chemical test and a roadway violation that had been brought against Jarred Lynch stemming from his 2011 collision with a Pawtucket Police sergeant.

WOONSOCKET — Earlier this month, Mount Saint Charles Academy’s volleyball coach, Josh...
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WOONSOCKET – City police were reported on Sunday to have arrested three suspects in connection with a series of armed...
SCITUATE – Clad in a gray suit, a detective sits in a spartan work cubicle, his face illuminated by an eerie glow as he...

 

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