Archive - Jun 16, 2012
PROVIDENCE --- The recently-graduated seniors on the Central Falls and North Smithfield football teams put on their helmets and pads on Wednesday night and worked out together on the Northmenâ€™s turf complex to prepare for one final game before officially turning the pages on their high school careers.
But if youâ€™re thinking that final game theyâ€™re getting ready for is the 14th annual Governorâ€™s Cup showdown â€“ the one that pits Rhode Islandâ€™s top seniors against Connecticutâ€™s finest 12th graders â€“ on June 30 in Southington, Conn., think again.
PAWTUCKET â€” A jewelry manufacturer that has sat on the banks of the Blackstone River at 151 Exchange Street for over 150 years has shut its doors for good after being acquired by an Attleboro, Mass. company.
The Geo. H. Fuller & Son Co., founded in 1858, had produced jewelry findings, fine jewelry and carbon fixtures for soldering at its Pawtucket mill. Earlier this spring, the company, also known as Fuller Findings, was acquired by Findings Incorporated, a jewelry manufacturer that has been in business since 1945.
LINCOLN â€“ Lincoln High Schoolâ€™s class of 2012 marched into the future with words of reverence for great teachers and courageous alumni, plus a bit of guidance for weathering any adversity except, perhaps, the end of the world.
â€śSit down, breathe, find perspective,â€ť said Valedictorian Dory Enright. â€śNothing is ever the end of the world, unless it is.â€ť
What is the most important gift a father can give to his child?
If you answer unconditional love or a top-flight education, youâ€™re right on target. What about providing a supportive and nurturing home life geared toward helping oneâ€™s offspring achieve their best? Canâ€™t find fault with that, either.