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March 14th, 2015

Local students on team developing concussion trauma detector

March 14, 2015

WOONSOCKET – Jennifer Roy was 12 years old when she blacked out in the middle of a hockey game with the Providence Junior Bears.

Slammed to the ice by an opponent’s body-check, Roy had suffered a concussion, though she did not know it at the time. She had no recollection of the rest of the game, and after it was over she threw a temper tantrum because she thought she’d been benched.

That’s when she found out she actually scored a goal in the third period.

March 13th

Mount St. Charles Boys' Hockey | Hendricken uses power play to topple MSC, 6-3

March 13, 2015


WARWICK – For Mount St. Charles, the season has come down to one game.
 
An encouraging start by the No. 3 seed Mounties was all but forgotten by the end as second seed Bishop Hendricken skated off with a 6-3 win in Game 1 of the best-of-three Championship/Cimini Division semifinals Friday night at Thayer Arena. The Mounties will look to stave off elimination when the series shifts to Adelard Arena for Game 2 on Saturday. 

North Smithfield Boys' Hockey | Northmen knock down Townies, 8-0

March 13, 2015


NORTH SMITHFIELD  –  If North Smithfield High’s icemen had set out to make a statement in this R.I. Division II Tournament quarterfinal series against East Providence, it did so – and then some.
 
From the opening faceoff to the final horn, it was pure and utter domination.
 

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March 13, 2015

March 12th

Providence College basketball | Henton couldn't be happier for teammate Dunn's success

March 13, 2015

 

NEW YORK – If LaDontae Henton couldn’t win Big East Player of the Year, the Providence senior was glad to see the next best thing happen.

“That’s my teammate and a brother,” said Henton when asked about Kris Dunn receiving the conference’s top individual honor. “I was hoping that he would get Player of the Year, either he or myself.”

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Assembly leaders back Raimondo budget

March 12, 2015

PROVIDENCE – The state’s General Assembly leaders said Thursday that they want to know more about Gov. Gina M. Raimondo’s new budget proposal, but also that it appears to be one supporting business and improving the state’s economy.

“The budget is a good budget in light of difficult circumstances,” House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello said after getting an overview of the spending plan. “We started out with roughly a $200 million deficit and it’s got to be balanced so your choices are always going to be difficult,” he added.

Mount Boys' Hockey | Mounties to battle archrival Hendricken in Cimini semifinals

March 12, 2015


WOONSOCKET – After a rare .500 regular season, Mount St. Charles coach Dave Belisle hopes that a switch to the playoffs will ignite his players.
 

Providence College basketball | Dunn, Henton and defense stifle St. John’s 74-57, PC to Big East semi

March 12, 2015


NEW YORK – Under the bright lights of Madison Square Garden, Providence put the college basketball world on notice Thursday that they are not a team to look past, suffocating St. John’s with defense on their way to a 74-57 win in the quarterfinal round of the Big East Tournament.
 

March 11th

Providence College basketball | NCAA berth secure, PC playing for pride, seeding at Big East Tournament

March 11, 2015


PROVIDENCE – For a change of pace, the Providence Friars aren’t sweating their NCAA Tournament prospects heading into the Big East’s annual Garden party.
 
There’s no fretting over games won or lost in the conference tournament. There’s no need to keep an eye on bubble teams. 
 

Another Woonsocket official slapped with ethics fine

March 11, 2015

WOONSOCKET – Tuesday’s crop of settlements with the state Ethics Commission brought to five the number of sitting elected officials who have been cited for violating the state ethics code.
Though previously unreported, Councilman Daniel Gendron reached a settlement with the commission on Feb. 4. He agreed to pay a $500 fine to resolve charges that he violated the code by twice voting to reappoint Municipal Court Judge Lloyd Gariepy since December 2009.

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