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Lots has changed for Villa Novan hoopsters

December 22, 2010

WOONSOCKET — As Christmas approaches, college students are returning home from their campuses near and far away, reuniting with hometown friends, high school pals and former teammates.
Very few students in a working-class city like Woonsocket proceed in a straight line from high school graduation to earning their college diploma in four or even five years. Some have to work to earn money for college. Others start off at one college, find they made the wrong choice for themselves and return home, choosing to attend CCRI or Rhode Island College as their goals change.

Beyeler named next manager of PawSox

December 22, 2010

PAWTUCKET — As manager of Double-A Portland the past four seasons, Arnie Beyeler was at the forefront of nurturing while simultaneously pushing all of the better known prospects in the Red Sox’ farm chain. Beyeler’s mission was to not just get the likes of Clay Buchholz, Jacoby Ellsbury, Daniel Bard and Ryan Kalish ready for life at Triple-A, but to present them a sample of what life is like as a major leaguer.

Upper Deck Post 86/14  posts pair of weekend blowouts  WEST WARWICK – During a...
WARWICK – The Lincoln Little League All-Stars topped Cranston Western, 7-2, on Sunday...
WARWICK – Nick Toro had a penchant for pounding home runs in the R.I. Little League Major Division...
WOONSOCKET — City Council President Albert G. Brien said he is preparing to mount a second flank of a legal attack on...
BLACKSTONE – After a delayed spring planting season, area farmers are starting to sell the bounty of their agricultural...
NORTH SMITHFIELD – You probably think the trombone is a musical instrument. To Matthew Ethier, it’s also a vehicle, and...

 

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