Archive - Dec 14, 2011
Hereâs a look at the early state of affairs in hockeyâs three divisions âŠ
For most teams, a 1-2 start to a season usually doesnât mean much. For Mount St. Charles fans, MSCâs 1-2 start has some of them reaching for the panic button, especially since the four-time defending champions havenât began a Division I campaign with that mark since the mid-1970s.
Of course, two of their defeats have come to La Salle, which so far, looks like the team to beat. The Rams are 4-0, have outscored their opponents 27-4, and boast the divisionâs top three scorers.
âEveryone has to be ready. Everyone is in the same boat.â
Those words, echoed by East Providence head coach Alex Butler, shall serve as the equivalent to ringing the opening bell on Wall Street. Tonight will see the curtain raised on league play, which with the expansion of the open tournament and the doing away (at least for this season) of the division tournaments, has taken on even greater emphasis.
PAWTUCKET â In a written decision handed down on Wednesday, Pawtucket Police officer Nichalas Laprade, convicted earlier this year on a charge of indecent exposure during an off-duty driving incident, won the right to keep his job from a Law Enforcement Officers Bill of Rights hearing panel.
Yet, city officials say they will appeal the decision, which they are attributing to a procedural error in filing by another city police officer.
CENTRAL FALLS â Trumpeting the success of the sometimes difficult and tumultuous transformation of Central Falls High School that began in 2010 with the threat to fire all the teachers, Superintendent Frances Gallo told a group of educators Tuesday that âfrom the depths of despair and resentment, our school has arrived.â
As a result, Gallo said as she addressed the 2011 High School Transformation Summit, âfamilies, parents, students and teachers, that core family, can truly dream big because everyone is committed to reaching those big dreams.
David J. Bosse
CENTRAL FALLS - David J. Bosse passed unexpectedly on December 11th. He was the husband of Shirley (Daley) Carroll- Bosse.
Emily D. Gonzalez
PAWTUCKET - Emily D.Gonzalez, 72, of Baldwin Street, Pawtucket died Wednesday, December 14, 2011 at home surrounded by her loving family.
She was born in Pawtucket, the daughter of the late Joaquin Vieira and Aida (Ferreira) Vieira.
Mrs. Gonzalez was an assembler for the Fram Corporation for many years.
LINCOLN â Superinten-dent of Schools Georgia Fortunato informed the School Committee at its regular meeting Monday night that 12 teachers and guidance counselors have chosen to submit their plans for retirement come June, while another will retire in January.
The committee, with three members absent â including Julie Zito, Mary Varr and Tracey Cavanaugh â voted unanimously (4-0) to accept those retirements.
PAWTUCKET â Call it a healthy version of the âOscars.â Five individuals who have worked to steer children and teens away from drugs, alcohol and tobacco products and toward making good lifestyle choices were honored recently by the Pawtucket Prevention Coalition.