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January 10th, 2012

Woonsocket girls lose with Fugere ailing

January 10, 2012

WOONSOCKET – On a night the offense struggled mightily, East Providence’s defense rose to the occasion, especially at the end of the opening half, and fetched the Townies an important Division I-North victory over Woonsocket on Tuesday night.
The Townies’ ‘D’ forced the Novans to commit the bulk of their 20 turnovers and played a big role in an 18-point run in the first half by keeping their hosts scoreless for eight-plus minutes, and in the process, helping produce a 54-39 triumph.

Jalen Evans sweeps two running events

January 10, 2012

PROVIDENCE – Mount St. Charles, Cumberland and Lincoln swept their opponents on Monday night in a Northern Division meet.
Mount swept Shea and St. Raphael while Cumberland rolled over Ponaganset and Woonsocket. Lincoln topped Central Falls and Tolman.
Several of the usual suspects stood out with strong performances. Woonsocket’s Jalen Evans swept the 55-meter dash (6.6 seconds) and 300-meter race (38.0). Tolman’s Homlin Taylor won his sprint in 6.7 seconds.

Art honoring Dr. King planned for Woonsocket

January 10, 2012

WOONSOCKET — If all goes according to plan, a prominent traffic island will soon feature a permanent display of public art honoring the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and his message of racial tolerance.
The unique display at the junction of Mason and South Main streets will depict a likeness of the slain civil rights leader ministering to a half-dozen children and adults. The figures are reminiscent of the pop-up silhouettes of storybook art, except in this case they’ll be carved from thick plate steel and slightly bigger than life size, weighing hundreds of pounds each.

Lincoln officer testifies; defense rests

January 10, 2012

PROVIDENCE — On a day when Lincoln Patrolman Edward M. Krawetz took the stand and claimed his kick to the head of a sitting, handcuffed woman was made in self-defense, both his lawyer and the prosecutor told Superior Court Judge Edward C. Clifton they would be ready for closing arguments this morning.
Attorney John Harwood had made a motion after the defense rested Tuesday afternoon to dismiss the case, but Assistant Attorney General Stephen Regine explained to the judge he saw no reason why it should be. Those arguments will be included in their closing remarks.

Felix A. Lima

January 10, 2012

Felix A. Lima

CUMBERLAND- Felix A. Lima (87), of Cumberland, was born in Pawtucket, RI, the eldest of four children of Jose and Maria (Luiz) Lima. He was the loving husband of Delia (Rego) Lima for sixty-six years.

Lucille A. Desaulniers

January 10, 2012

Lucille A.
Desaulniers

WOONSOCKET- Lucille A. (Plasse) (Morin) Desaulniers, 85, of St. Paul St. North Smithfield, died Monday morning at The Friendly Home. She was the wife of the late Gerard L. Morin and George A. Desaulniers.
Born in Woonsocket, she was a daughter of the late Edouard and Laura (Jacob) Plasse. She resided in Woonsocket for most of her life and also lived in Cumberland and later in North Smithfield.
Mrs. Desaulniers was employed as a seamstress at several area firms and also worked at the former McCarthy's Department Store and later at Save Rite.

Gloria L. Provencal

January 10, 2012

Gloria L. Provencal

LINCOLN- Gloria L. (Beaudry) Provencal, of 2 School St., Lincoln, RI and Deerfield Beach, FL died peacefully Friday, January 6, 2012 surrounded by her children. She was the beloved wife of the late Normand J. Provencal.
Born in Woonsocket, she was the daughter of the late Omer and Eva (Dubois) Beaudry.

January 9th

Hawks prove too much for Villa Novans

January 9, 2012

WOONSOCKET — At this point Woonsocket High has nothing to lose and everything to gain.
In a season short on results and long on frustrating moments, head coach Kyle Ivey-Jones has decided to turn over a new leaf and give some of program’s younger players the chance to hang with the varsity. Several Villa Novans received their baptism-by-fire Monday night with Bishop Hendricken serving as the instructor in a 55-32 Hawk win.

Mount girls drop non-leaguer to mighty Duxbury

January 9, 2012

WOONSOCKET — When his team has a chance to veer away from its league schedule, these are the kind of games that Mount St. Charles coach Steve Shea prefers his players to face out on the rink.
The Mounties, currently battling La Salle Academy for the top spot in the standings, took on Duxbury High in a non-leaguer Monday night at Adelard Arena. The defending Division II state champions from Massachusetts utilized their depth and overall speed to skate to a 4-1 decision over the Mounties.

Out of options, what's next for Atchison, Bowden?

January 9, 2012

There’s a different aura surrounding Scott Atchison and fellow relief pitcher Michael Bowden – the kind that goes with the territory of having the baseball phrase “out of options” stamped on their respective professional careers.

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