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September 11th, 2011

PawSox players, coaches look ahead to winter ball

September 11, 2011

PAWTUCKET — With the season now over for the Pawtucket Red Sox, several players and coaches now set their sights on the winter ball addresses they’ll hold from October through New Year’s.
After spending a few weeks catching up on rest and letting the body recover from the grind of a long season, many of the PawSox’ players will depart for warmer climates, utilizing the opportunity to further augment one’s skills or put extra cash in one’s pocket.

Family, friends recall Nassaney at 11th annual 5K

September 11, 2011

Jim Doyle was among the several hundred runners, walkers and family members at the Bryant University campus on Saturday at the Shawn M. Nassaney Memorial Cross Country Race/Walk. He was there to remember his former runner, who died tragically in the 9/11 terrorist attacks along with his girlfriend Lynn Goodchild.

Rhode Islanders remember 9/11

September 11, 2011

PROVIDENCE – A huge U.S. flag, held aloft at the entrance to the Statehouse lawn by the extension ladders of a pair of Providence fire trucks, greeted the approximately 100 people who attended the 10th anniversary observance of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on Sunday.

September 10th

Jarret family remembers the good times with Amy

September 10, 2011

NORTH SMITHFIELD — The passage of 10 years hasn't soothed the pain for Aram P. Jarret Jr. and his family but remembering his daughter Amy N. Jarret's caring ways does help them cope to a degree.
Amy was a flight attendant on United Flight 175 out of Boston and died at the age of 28 when terrorists seized the aircraft and flew it into the South Tower of the World Trade Center on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001.

Locals share how 9/11 affected them

September 10, 2011

WOONSOCKET – Chad Giguere, a senior at Woonsocket High School, was only seven when the two towers fell at the World Trade Center in New York City on Sept. 11, 2001, and he doesn’t remember much about what he was doing at the time.
He was too young to understand the full impact of what occurred that day and didn’t think too much about it as he grew up.
It was only when he watched a video of those events later in school that Giguere said he began to understand what a terrible event it had been for the nation.

Northmen crush Burrillville, 55-26

September 10, 2011

BURRILLVILLE – Paris Correia ran wild on Saturday afternoon and his North Smithfield teammates followed suit.
The speedy senior scored four touchdown and fellow senior Carlos Guzman added two more as the Northmen claimed the coveted Lovett-Hauser Trophy with a 55-26 squashing of Burrillville in a non-leaguer at Alumni Field. North Smithfield garnered more than 400 total yards in the two-plus hour affair, held under a hot sun.

PawSox' season comes to an end

September 10, 2011

PAWTUCKET – That’s all she wrote for the 2011 edition of the Pawtucket Red Sox.
Pawtucket concluded its meek showing in the Governors’ Cup playoffs with a lackluster 3-1 loss to Lehigh Valley Saturday night at McCoy Stadium. The three-game sweep pushes the IronPigs into the finals where they will face defending champion Columbus.
Pawtucket led just once in the entire series –1-0 after the first inning of the second game – and wound up hitting 3-for-26 with runners in scoring position, including a hitless showing in six opportunities in Game 3. Collectively the PawSox hit .180.

Nassaney Memorial Race draws big field

September 10, 2011

SMITHFIELD – On the 10th anniversary of 9/11, millions of Americans across the country will be remembering today all those who perished in the terrorist attacks in 2001.

Clippers' Sutcliffe wins Injury Fund race

September 10, 2011

BURRILLVILLE – Chariho Regional senior Mike Marsella registered the fastest time of the day on Saturday at the annual Injury Fund Cross-Country Carnival, held at Burrillville Middle School.
Marsella covered the five-kilometer course in a time of 15 minutes, 25.96 seconds to win the Platt III race, one of four boys’ races.

September 9th

City employee turns self in to police to face fraud charges

September 9, 2011

WOONSOCKET — On Friday morning at around 7:30, Michelle Giguere, 41, a city employee, turned herself in at the Woonsocket Police Station after having had an arrest warrant for Unlawful Appropriation (over $1,000) and Computer Access for Fraudulent Purposes. The arrest warrant was obtained after a lengthy investigation by the Woonsocket Police Detective Division.

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