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Archive - May 14, 2012

Former PawSox pitching coach Rick Wise recalls time with Wakefield in 1995

May 14, 2012

Generally, Tim Wakefield’s 19-year MLB odyssey is broken down into two separate and distinctive parts. There was the Wakefield of Pittsburgh Pirates fame, the hotshot knuckleball specialist who helped guide the franchise to the brink of the 1992 World Series.

McGair: PawSox's Wilson has more value in rotation, not bullpen

May 14, 2012

We’re just past the quarter mark of the PawSox’s season. Such a distinction comes with a few observations that have made an impression upon this particular observer …

If the Red Sox knew a month ago what they know at the present time, perhaps they wouldn’t have been so quick to move Alex Wilson from the rotation to the bullpen.

North Kingstown tops Cumberland softball team, 5-0

May 14, 2012

CUMBERLAND — If there’s any good news for Cumberland High, it will return to Division I-North action beginning Wednesday afternoon, when head coach Marty Crowley’s crew hosts La Salle Academy at 3:45.
The bad: The Clippers closed their D-I crossover slate Monday afternoon with a 5-0 loss to North Kingstown at Tucker Field, as Skippers’ junior righty Taylor Butler yielded just five hits and two walks while whiffing eight in her complete-game outing.

Chafee: State recognizes out-of-state same-sex marriages

May 14, 2012

PROVIDENCE – Monday was a day for gay and lesbian Rhode Islanders to whoop and cheer.
They were cheering for Gov. Lincoln Chafee, who signed an executive order requiring the state to officially recognize the same-sex unions of couples who were married elsewhere but live here.
At several points during his announcement, Chafee made it clear that he wants his action to be one step toward allowing full gay marriage rights in Rhode Island.

City Police unveil online reporting

May 14, 2012

PAWTUCKET — Thanks to a new computer program, people can report minor crimes, incidents and even anonymous tips to the Pawtucket Police from the comfort and privacy of their own homes.
At a Monday morning press conference, the Pawtucket Police officially launched an online reporting system that is believed to be the first of its kind in the state. Called the Citizens Online Police Reporting System, police say it is an effective tool that offers convenience for the public as well as a faster way to report data that police can then act upon.

Ann Mitson

May 14, 2012

CRANSTON - Ann Mitson, 79, passed May 11th.
Born in Providence, a daughter of the late George and Eliza (Burns) Mitson.
After graduating from St. Xavier's Academy, she had been employed by New England Telephone then Amica Insurance Company.
She is survived by several cousins including her caregivers, Helen M. Shields of Johnston and Martha LaBrosse of Lincoln.

Catherine V. Vaughn

May 14, 2012

CUMBERLAND - Catherine V. (Quinn) Vaughn, 91, passed away peacefully on Thursday, May 10, 2012. She was the beloved wife of the late James M. Vaughn, Jr.
Born in Central Falls, she was a daughter of the late Francis James and Mary Ellen (Nolan) Quinn. Catherine was a communicant of the Church of St. Leo the Great.

Lillian E. Storin

May 14, 2012

PAWTUCKET - Lillian E. (Fuller) Storin, 88, a homemaker, of Hope and formerly of Seekonk, passed away surrounded by her loving family on Thursday, May 10, 2012. She was the beloved wife of the late John W. Storin.
Born in Providence, a daughter of the late Alfred and Grace (Franklin) Fuller, she resided in Seekonk before moving to Hope in 2008. Lillian had been employed by Federal Products, and was a Cub Scout and Blue Bird Troop Leader.

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