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Manfredo Jr. comes out of retirement, fights Nov. 29

November 16, 2012

PAWTUCKET — In a perfect world, Peter Manfredo Jr.’s No. 1 reasons for returning to boxing after a full year’s retirement would be to satisfy his longing to win another world championship or to simply rekindle his love for the sport, which he has spent roughly four-fifths of his life competing on the amateur and professional levels.
Instead, Manfredo’s No. 1 reason for returning to boxing is simple and to the point. It’s the reason why he wants to keep putting food on the table and providing a roof over his family’s heads.

McGair: 'Tuesday Night Lights' returns to Woonsocket; Cumberland's Crawley to run in Foot Locker championships

November 16, 2012

A little of this, a little of that …

In the eyes of George Nasuti and Carnell Henderson, the Woonsocket High football team has earned the right to compete under the lights at Barry Field.
The Novans’ designation as prime-time players is twofold. By virtue of last weekend’s heart stopping 29-28 overtime quarterfinal triumph against St. Raphael coupled with Central upsetting Johnston, Woonsocket qualified to host a Division II semifinal-round contest on Tuesday, Nov. 27.

PROVIDENCE – Earlier in the week, even Burrillville High head coach Bill Robinson indicated...
PROVIDENCE – Immediately after it ended, North Smithfield High’s players skated over...
  CUMBERLAND – From instructional to peewees to interscholastic competition to ......
WOONSOCKET – Running enthusiast and Woonsocket police Capt. Michael Lemoine counted his father-in-law as one of the...
The Blackstone Valley towns of Bellingham, Blackstone, Millville and Uxbridge will get more than a quarter of a million...
CUMBERLAND – The town’s liability insurer has agreed to pay $2.5 million to settle a police brutality suit brought...

 

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