Archive - Mar 12, 2011
PAWTUCKET â Following a several months' long undercover investigation by Pawtucket Police, two women were arrested on prostitution charges at two local massage parlors/spas.
PAWTUCKET â A city long known for its prodigious use of radar details to capture speeders is considering following Providence's lead and installing cameras at traffic signals to catch red light scofflaws.
At Wednesday's City Council meeting, Rick Ledford, vice president of sales for Affiliated Computer Services, Inc. (ACS) outlined how the camera system works as both a means of improving the safety at intersections and generating revenue from fines.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN â Behold the skill set of Charles Correa.
St. Raphaelâs talented point guard couldnât have picked a better time to showcase his talents. With a berth in the finals of the open state tournament on the line, Correa did his part in SRAâs 66-48 quarterfinal win against North Providence Friday night at URIâs Ryan Center.
PROVIDENCE â Bob Driscoll is back on the clock, and this time the Providence College athletic director is bringing some important friends along for the ride.
For the second time in three years, Driscoll finds himself making an important assessment of the menâs basketball program. PC parted ways with Keno Davis on Friday after three turbulent seasons, a tenure that was marked by tough times on and away from the court. Speaking from inside his Alumni Hall office late Friday afternoon, Driscoll mentioned he plans on forming a search committee in his quest to find the next Friar coach.
Officially, the Keno Davis Era at Providence College ended Friday, when the school severed its working relationship with the head coach, one many perceived upon his hiring three years ago was the missing link in bringing respectability to the menâs basketball program.
Technically, Davisâ fate at PC was sealed last May 18, when star player Jamine âGreedyâ Peterson was expelled after an undisclosed incident in a dorm room on campus. The incidents that came before and after Petersonâs ouster were a further death knell to a situation that Davis was never able to recover from.