Archive - Sep 22, 2011
Despite the panic that currently grips Red Sox fans, odds remain in Bostonâs favor when it comes to securing a wild-card playoff berth. Two-game lead with six to play? Just win three of six and youâre in. The Angels and Rays arenât going to run the table. Whatâs the big deal?
NORTH SMITHFIELD â Staring at a scoreless tie after the first half of Thursdayâs Division II-North matchup with North Smithfield, Jillian DeSimone wasnât nervous. But the Lincoln senior knew something had to be done differently if the Lions were going to escape the Northmen Athletic Complex with a âWâ.
âI think in the first half we were just too relaxed,â she said. âI think thatâs one of our problems. At the beginning of the game we were just too relaxed. We just needed to pick up the intensity.â
Lillian I. LaRose
CENTRAL FALLS - Lillian I. (Hayden) LaRose, 95, of High Street, died Tuesday, September 20, at Pawtucket Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center. She was the wife of the late Leo W. LaRose.
Born in Pawtucket, she was the daughter of the late Richard J. and Bridget A. (Keough)Hayden.
Mrs. LaRose was a communicant of St. Patrick Church, Cumberland.
She is survived by several nieces and nephews. She was the sister of the late Mary Renaud, Edna Marks, Anna Fanning, Florence Grimes, Margaret M. Renaud, Rita T. Laliberte, and John F. Hayden.
EAST PROVIDENCE â In his two-plus decades working on the East Providence police force, Sgt. John Andrews has heard all kinds of excuses from people as to why they don't wear their seat belts.
He received the same ol' song and dance Wednesday morning, when he and several other officers conducted a âClick It or Ticketâ campaign enforcement zone at the R.I. Public Transportation Authority's âPark & Rideâ lot on Taunton Avenue.
PAWTUCKET â Parks Commission Chair Terry Mercer conducted an emergency meeting Wednesday night to request further information as to the fall season permitting process for school athletic and recreational field usage.