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Archive - May 17, 2012

Softball Patriots pack a punch, tame Raiders

May 17, 2012

PAWTUCKET — This did not resemble your typical second-place vs. third-place battle.
In fact, Thursday afternoon’s Division III showdown between Davies and Shea resembled a mismatch between a team battling for the division lead and a team saddled with a losing record and no hopes of grabbing a playoff spot.
The Patriots collected 12 hits and took full advantage of a season-high 12 walks and eight errors by the Raiders, and the end result was a stunning 15-1 rout before a large gathering at Max Read Field that was halted after five innings by the mercy rule.

Saints belt Clippers, keep playoff prayers alive

May 17, 2012

CUMBERLAND — Just before Cumberland High hosted St. Raphael Academy in a critical Division I-North tilt on Thursday afternoon, the two squads stood on their respective baselines and watched Sue Lanctot, a Cumberland resident and two-time breast cancer survivor, throw out the first pitch.
The touching moment drew a hefty round of applause, and for good reason: The contest had been set up weeks ago to benefit the American Cancer Society. Both players and coaches had purchased special, blue-and-white “Strike Out Cancer” caps to wear, at $15 each.

Pawtucket Police honor their own

May 17, 2012

PAWTUCKET — Over the last year, they've tackled gun-toting suspects, entered burning buildings, located runaways, intervened in violent domestic disputes, talked people out killing themselves, and caught drug dealers. And, as Pawtucket Police Lt. Roberto DaSilva pointed out, this was “just a sampling” of what Pawtucket Police officers have to deal with on a regular basis.

Joseph M. Bistransky

May 17, 2012

CRANSTON - Bistransky, Joseph M, 44 of Griswold Avenue, Cranston, died on May 12, 2012.
He was the son of Francis and the late Katherine (Herbert) Daigneault. For the full obituary please visit www.manningheffern.com.

Aurelio Tovar

May 17, 2012

CENTRAL FALLS. Aurelio Tovar, 84, passed away Monday at RI Hospital after being stricken at home. He was the husband of Iada (Ojeda) Tovar. He was born in Barranquilla, Colombia a son of the late Juan and Adriana (Blanco) Tovar. Mr. Tovar migrated to the US in 1967. He had been employed in the Textile Industry for many years in Colombia and in the Blackstone Valley before retiring.

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