The next time a professional athlete emphatically states that he/she turns down the volume whenever the media dials up the criticism, do yourself a favor and cue up Julian Edelman’s post-Super Bowl XLIX press conference.
Edelman seized the moment and reminded the world that ESPN football analyst Trent Dilfer had written off New England following its Week 4 blowout loss at Kansas City.
PROVIDENCE â€“ Lawyers sketched a map for a weeks-long Superior Court hearing that could rewrite a troubling chapter from Woonsocketâ€™s past as they delivered opening statements Tuesday in convicted murderer Raymond D. Tempest Jr.â€™s bid to clear his name after 23 years.
The double-barrel blast of wintry weather thatâ€™s left around 3 feet of snow in the region in the span of a week has officials in the Blackstone Valleyâ€™s biggest cities asking themselves the same question: Where are we supposed to put all this white stuff?
â€śIt not as much snow as Juno but itâ€™s a tough storm,â€ť Woonsocket Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt said. â€śWhen youâ€™ve already got a lot of snow on the ground, it complicates things.â€ť
PROVIDENCE – With senior Zen-ming Feng and junior Sean Laverty at the helm, Cumberland High coasted to yet another Northern Division Indoor Championships title with 209 points, an astonishing 162 more than runner-up Central Falls (47) at the Providence Career & Technical Academy field house on Saturday.
Feng captured the 55-meter and 300 dashes with respective times of 6.77 and 37.57, while stellar distance man Laverty claimed the 3,000 (9:06.12) and 1,000 (2:41.10).
BURRILLVILLE – Super Bowl Sunday is the pinnacle of the sporting world, and attaining a berth in the NFL’s premier event is the stuff of dreams for every coaching staff and team when they begin each year, and the prize which they pursue through innumerable ups and downs.
PROVIDENCE – Every March, Big East teams converge upon Madison Square Garden for a little passion play known as the conference tournament. This annual event usually marks the first appearance of the season by the Providence Friars inside “The World’s Most Famous Arena.”
SMITHFIELD – The Northmen took advantage of four goals each in the first two stanzas and sailed to an 11-2 Division II triumph over the Patriots at Smithfield Ice Rink on Friday night.
Considering North Smithfield High hadn’t played a Division II-North tilt in a month, back on Dec. 27, head coach Paul Nadeau asked his team what their main concern was before facing winless Pilgrim on Friday night.