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Archive - Feb 14, 2012

Raiders take advantage of shorthanded Lions, 66-37

February 14, 2012

LINCOLN – You want to keep fighting the good fight, but sometimes that’s not nearly enough.
A season littered with frustrating moments continues for Kent Crooks and his Lincoln High squad. The Lions dressed just six players for Tuesday night’s Division II-Central contest against Shea, the Raiders taking full advantage in a 66-37 runaway performance at The Lions’ Den.

Slumbering Tigers bow to Cougars, 87-72

February 14, 2012

PAWTUCKET – Tolman High’s “sleeping giant” of a basketball team is still sleeping.
The Tigers slumbered through the opening eight minutes of Tuesday night’s clash with Division II-Central leader North Providence, falling behind 27-8 before essentially playing the Cougars even for the rest of the game, finally losing by an 87-72 margin.
North Providence saw a 15-point halftime lead shrink to 10 with 10:30 left in the game. The Cougars hardly blinked. They just took the ball to the basket and got fouled, making 24 of 31 free throws in the game.

Moura, Gordon blast foreclosure deal

February 14, 2012

PROVIDENCE – Two Republican lawmakers, Cumberland Sen. Bethany Moura and Portsmouth Rep. Dan Gordon, attacked the 49-state settlement agreement with the nation’s five largest mortgage service providers that Democratic Attorney General Peter Kilmartin signed onto last week, calling the $25 billion the financial institutions agreed to pay “a drop in the bucket.”
“What an insult to the American people,” Gordon declared at a Statehouse press conference Tuesday. “What an insult to the people of Rhode Island. The people should be inflamed.”

Ethics panel nixes funding proposal

February 14, 2012

PAWTUCKET — The Rhode Island Ethics Commission has found that a proposal by the Grebien Administration to solicit private donations to fund the salary of the new economic development director would be against the Code of Ethics.

Local hoopsters faring well in college ranks

February 14, 2012

A quick check on how several locals are performing at the college level (Editor's note: all stats are current through Sunday, February 12):
A five-game winning streak has Fairfield in the thick of MAAC race with the play of Pawtucket native Rakim Sanders representing a major reason why. Sanders led the Stags with 13 points in Sunday’s 68-51 win against Loyola University while logging a team-best 37 minutes.

Bertha T. Cooper

February 14, 2012

Bertha T. Cooper

PAWTUCKET- Bertha T. (Zukowski) Cooper, 91, passed away on Monday, February 13, 2012. She was the beloved wife of the late Raymond C. Cooper, Sr. (Retired Pawtucket Police Dept.)
A lifelong resident of Pawtucket, she was a daughter of the late Winsenty and Mechalena (Nechveroviz) Zukowski.

Anita E. Bergeron

February 14, 2012

Anita E. Bergeron

PAWTUCKET- Anita E. (Paquin) Bergeron, 94, formerly of Cameron St., passed away Monday, February 13, 2012. She was the beloved wife of the late Roland J. Bergeron.
Born in Central Falls, a daughter of the late Alfred and Ida (Bourgeault) Paquin, she resided in Pawtucket most of her life. Anita was a seamstress at Vogue Industries for ten years until retiring in 1979. She was a former member of St. Cecilia and St. Matthew Seniors.

Pauline I. Adam

February 14, 2012

Pauline I. Adam

CUMBERLAND- Pauline I. Adam (Tanguay), 72, of Cumberland, passed away Monday, February 13, 2012 after a long battle with emphysema at Oakland Grove Health Care Center.
She was the wife of Peter Adam. They were happily married for 51 years.
Born in Pawtucket, she was the daughter of the late Lucien and Lea (Fafard) Tanguay.
Pauline worked at Health-Tex for twenty nine years and at A. T. Cross for twelve years before retiring in 2002.

 

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