Archive - Oct 31, 2012
LINCOLN â Davies Tech head coach Victor Oliveira usually has an inkling as to how his squad will execute prior to a contest. Itâs based on collective attitude, and how theyâre conducting themselves.
On Wednesday afternoon, he had no doubt.
Senior tri-captain Paulo Chavez and classmate Daniel Munoz each netted a pair of goals and junior Mauricio Agudelo chipped in a tally and two assists as the sixth-seeded Patriots walloped No. 11-ranked Johnston High, 7-0, in a R.I. Division III Tournament preliminary tilt.
PAWTUCKET â In light of the vexing matter it is for many, the city has decided to ask the state's highest court to review a lower court ruling that prevented it from firing Pawtucket Police Officer Nichalas Laprade, convicted of indecent exposure in an off-duty incident in 2010.
Mayor Donald R. Grebien has instructed the city's legal counsel in the case, Vincent Ragosta, to prepare a petition for a âwrit of certiorariâ to the Rhode Island Supreme Court, asking that the appeal be heard.
LINCOLN â A confident John Taylor told the Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce Wednesday that Twin River will âabsolutelyâ be able to compete with the planned Massachusetts casinos if the ballot questions to allow table games at the casino are approved by voters next week.
Hilda R. Nilan
PAWTUCKET - Hilda R. Nilan of Armistice Boulevard, Pawtucket passed away on Wednesday, October 31, 2012 surrounded by her loving family. She was the wife of the late Owen J. Nilan.
Mrs. Nilan was born in Milnesville, PA, the daughter of the late Charles R. Swinesburg and Florence (Gross) Swinesburg. She was a homemaker and loved time spent with her family..
Hilda B. Bernardo
CUMBERLAND - Hilda B. Bernardo (Brito), 81, of Rhode Island Ave. passed away Wednesday in the Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket. She was the beloved wife of Arthur Bernardo.
Born in the Valley Falls section of Cumberland she was the daughter of the late Jose M. and Gloria (Cabral) Brito. She was a life long Cumberland resident.
PAWTUCKET â Moving closer to a formal partnership, the Care New England hospital group and Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island have asked state regulators for an expedited review of their contemplated affiliation under the Hospital Conversions Act.
Theirs is the second request for expedited review since the HCA was amended earlier this year under a measure championed by Woonsocket State Senator Roger Picard to allow the state Department of Health and the Attorney Generalâs Division to fast-track hospital mergers.
PAWTUCKET âPawtucket Police are seeking information about an armed robbery and shooting that occurred Monday at around 10:45 a.m. at the Barbosa Furniture store at 599 Main St.
According to Major Arthur Martins, police received a report of a shooting at the store. When they arrived, they found two men who had appeared to have been shot. Both victims were alert and did not seem to have life-threatening injuries.
As the 2012 election campaign enters its final week, a new poll shows the 1st District congressional campaign virtually deadlocked, with incumbent Democrat David Cicilline holding on to a slender one-point lead over Republican challenger Brendan Doherty.
The poll, taken for WPRI Channel 12 by Fleming & Associates, shows Cicilline with 42.6 percent of the vote to Dohertyâs 41.6, with Independent David Vogel picking up 6.3 percent and 8.3 percent undecided.