Archive - Oct 22, 2013
This is one of those times when getting it straight from the horseâ€™s mouth just seems right. In Dodgers first base coach Davey Lopes, you have someone who meets the criteria of gleaning insight into what exactly makes the Red Sox and Cardinals tick.
Lopesâ€™ credentials are unparalleled when it comes to weighing in/opining on the two World Series combatants. The East Providence native and La Salle Academy alumnus was part of a Los Angeles organization that recently got pushed aside by St. Louis in the National League Championship Series.
LINCOLN â€“ If you missed the first 30 seconds of Tuesday nightâ€™s Division II girlsâ€™ soccer clash between Lincoln and Warwick Vets, you missed a lot.
Electing to establish tempo on the gameâ€™s initial touch, the Lions quickly penetrated deep into the Hurricanesâ€™ zone before one of their scoring stars took over. Senior Hailee Jarry succeeded in turning the corner and getting past a Warwick Vets defender before rifling a shot from the top of the 18-yard box that goalie Katelen Pick had little chance of stopping.
CUMBERLAND â€“ Plans for constructing a new Blackstone Valley Prep Mayoral Academy elementary building at the townâ€™s Currier Park are moving forward even though some local officials continue to question the siteâ€™s suitability for the project.
Town Councilman Manuel DaCosta joined state Rep.James McLaughlin (D-Dist. 57, Cumberland, Central Falls) last week in calling for additional research on the possible impact an old Valley Falls coal mining operation could have on the school project.
Marguerite E. St. Pierre
LINCOLN - Marguerite E. St. Pierre, 85, passed at the Philip Hulitar Center on October 21st with her loving family by her side. She was the wife of the late Henri J. St. Pierre.
Born in Central Falls, Marguerite was a daughter of the late Odias and Virginia Fortier.