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Roland E. Desmarais

February 3, 2011

Roland E. Desmarais
ATTLEBORO - Roland E. Desmarais, 88, of North Avenue, Attleboro Ma, died Wednesday, February 2, 2011 surrounded by his loving family. He was the husband of Irene (Lenzini) Desmarais. They were to celebrate their seventieth wedding anniversary in July.

Helena J. Michonski

February 3, 2011

Helena J. Michonski
PAWTUCKET- Helena J. Michonski 92, formerly of Grand Avenue passed away Wednesday February 2, 2011 at Pawtucket Memorial Hospital. She was the beloved wife of the late Charles P. Michonski.
Born in Lynn, MA she was a daughter of the late Stanislaw and Helena (Wesolowski)Cudnik. She lived in Pawtucket for 69 years.
Before retiring Mrs. Michonski was employed as a Mender in the Blackstone Valley Area Textile Industry for many years.
She was a member of St. Joseph's Church Central Falls Holy Rosary Society.

Shirley A. Martin

February 3, 2011

Shirley A. Martin
LINCOLN - Shirley A. (Anderson) Martin, 71, of Lincoln passed away Wednesday, February 2, 2011 at Roger Williams Medical Center, Providence.
Born in Cumberland, she was a daughter of Helen C.(Janeczka) Anderson of Central Falls and the late Anders G. Anderson; she had lived in Lincoln for most of her life.
Mrs. Martin was a receptionist at Samuel Steel, formerly American Steel, of Cumberland for the past 35 years. She was an avid Boston Red Sox fan.

Brooks leads PC past South Florida, 68-63

February 3, 2011

PROVIDENCE — By no means was Providence’s 68-63 win over South Florida Wednesday night a work of art. Not that anyone in the Friar locker room is about to complain about style points.
PC did not play anywhere near its best but won for the third time in four games to improve to 3-7 in the Big East and 14-9 overall.
“We’re a high-paced team, but (last night) we didn’t score a lot of points,” noted senior big man Ray Hall. “We had to rely on our defense, and our defense really came through.”

Trust is lost when verbal commitment is taken back

February 3, 2011

There’s a scene in Jerry Maguire in which Jerry, the do-anything-at-all-costs agent, is going over the particulars with Matt Cushman, father of quarterback and surefire top pick Frank. Besides appeasing his pseudo clients with dollar figures and draft stature, Jerry aims for some reassurance from the Cushman camp that he will be entrusted with the negotiations with the NFL team that selects Frank.
Matt Cushman closes the discussion with a firm handshake along with the following: “What you have is my whole word, and it’s stronger than oak.”

'Compressed schedule' keeps getting bigger

February 3, 2011

PAWTUCKET – Story of this winter: Another bad weather day, another round of postponed boys’ basketball games to be added to the “compressed schedule.”

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