Archive - Nov 9, 2012
PROVIDENCE â There was a time last spring and summer when Providence Friar fans were salivating at the promise surrounding the 2012-13 season. A highly-touted recruiting class coupled with a group of noteworthy holdovers seemed to signal clearance for takeoff in Ed Cooleyâs second year, giving off an aura that for the first time in a long while, Providence was a program on an up swing.
PROVIDENCE â The Senate leadership team of President Teresa Paiva Weed and Majority Leader Dominick Ruggerio both won unanimous support of the Democratic caucus to control the chamber for another two years on Thursday.
PAWTUCKET â A health monitoring âcall centerâ based out of New York is moving to a vacant commercial building at 100 Freight Street and bringing with it the promise of 250 jobs.
KINGSTON -- It took Tolman 12 long seasons to get back to URIâs Keaney Gymnasium for a playoff match. It took Cranston West an hour and 45 minutes to end the Tigersâ bid for a berth in this weekendâs Division II finals.
Fueled by a dominant attack at the net, the Falcons earned their first trip to the finals since 2009 by overcoming an opening-set loss to defeat the Tigers, 3-1, and snap their impressive 10-match win streak in Thursday nightâs semifinal-round match.