Archive - Jan 16, 2013
COVENTRY â In East Providence Highâs disappointing 50-47 loss to Rogers last Thursday, senior Mary Monagle proved to be one of the bright spots, knocking down six three-pointers to close with a season-high 20 points.
During another key Division II crossover battle against host Coventry on Wednesday night, head coach Mike Solitro drew upon that previous knowledge to help inspire his troops to a 45-38 triumph at the C. Arthur Flori Gymnasium.
PAWTUCKET â It was one of those nights where you simply tip your cap and commend your opponent for a job well done.
Westerly High left no doubt who the better team was Tuesday at âThe Cage,â the Bulldogs fashioning an impressive 80-61 triumph against Shea High. No matter what defensive alignment or lineup combination Shea head coach Matt Pita utilized in desperate hope of knocking Westerly off kilter, nothing seemed to work against a Bulldogsâ outfit that owned both sides of the court.
PROVIDENCE â Boasting a âBack to Basicsâ budget that contains no increase in taxes â and even a 2 percent reduction in the corporate tax rate over three years â Gov. Lincoln Chafee submitted an $8.1 billion tax and spending plan for 2014 to the General Assembly on Wednesday.
Of the budget total, $3.4 billion will come from state taxes and other revenues, with the rest provided by the federal government.
Juan J. Otero
PAWTUCKET- Juan J. Otero, 37, passed unexpectedly on January 13th.
Born in Puerto Rico, a son of the late Juan A. and Ramona (Lopez) Otero.
He had been employed as a bus driver by RIPTA for many years.
Robert E. Fontaine
ATTLEBORO- Robert E. Fontaine, 77 of South Attleboro, passed away peacefully at home on Tuesday, January 15, 2013 after a long battle with ALS. He spent his final days surrounded by his loving family; a testament to the love he shared his entire life. He was the beloved husband of Lucille J. (Major) Fontaine for 55 years.
Born in Pawtucket, RI and a longtime resident of Seekonk, MA, he was a son of the late Leo and Ida (Dorais) Fontaine.
PAWTUCKET- Mary (Martin) Morra, of Spring Street, Pawtucket Passed away on January 13, 2013.
Mary was born in Pawtucket, the daughter of Florence J. (Jadach) Martin of Pawtucket and the late Horace F. Martin.
Besides her mother Mary is survived by her daughter Amanda Leigh Morra of Pawtucket, her brothers, Michael Martin, and Paul Martin of Pawtucket, Peter Martin of Framingham MA and John Martin of North Kingston. She also leave her sisters Kathleen Marsella of Lincoln and Susan Bourque of Plainville Ma. and 15 nieces and nephews.