By JOSEPH FITZGERALD
Local News Headlines
CUMBERLAND — After more than 60 years, Paul H. Rose is still fascinated by the animal kingdom and has devoted most of his life to looking after the welfare of creatures great and small.
LINCOLN — Movie-goers can now purchase beer and wine at Cinemaworld at the Lincoln Mall.
WOONSOCKET — The $1.8 million sale of River Falls moved a step closer to reality in Harris Hall Monday as the City Council approved the transfer of its liquor license to the prospective buyers.
Local Sports Headlines
WOONSOCKET — If you looked past the vaudevillian nature of the Mount St. Charles hockey team’s opening goal Tuesday afternoon against St. John’s of Shrewsbury, Mass., you saw a change in the Mounties’ defensive approach.
PROVIDENCE – Despite it being exam week at Providence College, all is not quiet on the Friar basketball front.
Shea High head coach John Lickert has been doing his thing for years now, and he’s always got blunt, point-blank, poignant things to say about the state of girls’ hoop in Rhode Island, not to mention his own squad.
WOONSOCKET — The R.I. Interscholastic League has given Mount St. Charles its blessing to proceed forward with the Mounties’ goal of establishing a top-tier boys hockey program that competes at the national level.
The youth vote could play a bigger part than ever before in the upcoming 2018 midterm elections, with the potential to transform the political landscape going forward, according to John Savercool, head of the UBS U.S. Office of Public Policy.
In early March, the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging again put the spotlight on common fraud schemes directed at America’s seniors at a panel hearing, “Stopping Senior Scams.” At the Senate panel hearing, held in Dirksen Senate Office Building 562, the Committee officially released its…