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November 23rd, 2010

Middle school items to be auctioned off

November 23, 2010

WOONSOCKET – They say money talks, and with any luck, it will settle the controversy over the worth of the abandoned contents of Woonsocket Middle School in 10 days.
That's when a Boston company will auction off the massive collection of property left behind by the Woonsocket Education Department when the building was turned over to the city.
Personnel from Sullivan & Sullivan Auctioneers is already in the Park Place building sorting the varied inventory in preparation for the auction, said company president Marianne Sullivan.

Kilmartin announces his transition team

November 23, 2010

PROVIDENCE – Attorney General-elect Peter Kilmartin announced the creation of his transition committee, which will help maintain and recruit the top legal talent at the Office of Attorney General while providing policy recommendations.

November 22nd

Seniors a major reason for Woonsocket’s success

November 22, 2010

WOONSOCKET — As a vice principal at Woonsocket High, Carnell Henderson appreciates how important a responsible senior class is to the school’s younger students, who watch their older colleagues and see how they handle certain situations.
As head football coach, Henderson knows his team depends upon senior leadership to carry the younger players through some of the tougher moments in a season full of challenges.
With the 2010 season building to a climax over the next two weeks, Henderson feels confident his Villa Novans are ready for the biggest test of their young careers.

November 21st

N.S. football team savors major turnaround

November 21, 2010

NORTH SMITHFIELD — It’s never an easy task to go from an 0-9 season to a playoff campaign in just two seasons, and second-year North Smithfield head coach Wes Pennington recognized that last week when he talked about his Northmen’s past, present, and future.
The Northmen are enjoying one of their finest seasons and will be marching to the playoffs for the first time in the team’s 43-year history. Their 5-2 mark was their best record since 1997 and good enough for a third-place finish in the Division IV circuit and the No. 3 seed in next week’s postseason.

Lincoln seniors get new facility

November 21, 2010

LINCOLN — With the first public unveiling of the edifice to be called only “The Center,” Town Administrator T. Joseph Almond and State Rep. Mary Ann Shallcross Smith called Saturday morning a glorious moment for Lincoln.
It was easy to tell by the glow in the eyes of 89-year-old Gladys McKee that she heartily agreed.
McKee, a former Cumberland resident who now calls Lincoln home, relaxed in the main lobby of the state-of-the-art, 11,000 square-foot facility — following a ceremony attracting perhaps 200 – and reveled in its beauty.

November 20th

For Chieftains, rebuilding year had its benefits

November 20, 2010

FOSTER — Bad timing may best describe Ponaganset High’s move up to the Division II ranks this season.
Behind a talented core of players that included a pair of all-staters in Nick Keeling and Josh Morgan, the Chieftains captured the last two of the past three Div. III crowns to convince the alignment committee that it was time for a move to the higher division.

Broncos look back at season of near misses and close calls

November 20, 2010

BURRILLVILLE — Gennaro Ferraro looks back on his football team’s frustrating season with a mixture of realism and pragmatism.
“We lost four games by a total of 11 points,” the Burrillville coach was saying earlier this week. “We lost Tyler Kimatian to an auto accident and two other key players left the team due to disciplinary issues. And Brendan Darigan missed 2 ½ games with a sprained ankle.

Soup kitchen founder grateful for all the community support

November 20, 2010

WOONSOCKET – Pat Dempster is busy getting ready for next week’s holiday dinner at the Because He Lives Soup Kitchen on Blackstone Street but she’s not too pressed to say thank you to the kitchen’s long-time benefactors.
The benefactors were out in force at Terry’s Tire and Auto at Monument Square recently and once again generated a significant boost of support for the kitchen’s annual operating costs.

November 19th

Lincoln aiming for win, staying healthy on Turkey Day

November 20, 2010

LINCOLN — Dave Waycott is currently bouncing around the same dilemma 14 other playoff-bound head coaches around the state are pondering as they prepare for their respective Thanksgiving matchups.
“Do you play (your players) to keep them sharp or rest them to avoid getting hurt?” the Lincoln head coach asked. “I’ve been going back and forth with this. I haven’t really decided what we’re going to do when we play them.”

Lavallee on track for U.S. Trials berth

November 20, 2010

Roland Lavallee was getting a little itchy.
After an almost two-month layoff from competitive running, he was anxious to know how his 100-mile weeks of pounding the pavement had paid off.
The 32-year-old Lavallee satisfied that itch last month when he hopped into his car and made the 45-minute drive to Newport.

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