Archive - May 8, 2013
A little of this, a little of that âŠ
There are some sports writers and columnists who believe that one of the jobâs requisites is to put themselves in the shoes of a professional athlete. Itâs as if the power of the pen and computer grants these gatekeepers of the locker room the ability to read millionaireâs minds or to step inside their bodies.
And thatâs when the real trouble ensues.
CENTRAL FALLS â After dropping two straight, Shea High skipper Dino Campopiano has been trying to hammer home the honest truth: If his kids wanted to see any semblance of post-season action, they had to start winning â and fast.
Thanks to senior righthander Bryan Quinlan, the Raiders took their first step toward that ultimate goal Wednesday afternoon.
LINCOLNâA lunch of Del's Lemonade, chowder and clamcakes, hot wieners and Autocrat coffee milk already had guests smiling, and when Viola Davis took to the stage, it was a celebration of yet another classic product of Rhode Island.
The award-winning actress was in her home state on Wednesday to attend the 28th annual Rhode Island Tourism Unity Luncheon at the Twin River Event Center. Davis spoke at the event, and received the Rhode Island âMaking a Differenceâ Award for her contribution to art and culture tourism in the state.
PAWTUCKET â Gary DiSarcina learned a valuable lesson during his first month managing the Pawtucket Red Sox â the importance of individualism.
Naturally, players who are on Bostonâs 40-man roster tend to warrant more attention, yet itâs important to remember the rest of the clubhouse inhabitants, too. To DiSarcina, itâs paramount to establish a set of guidelines with each player rather than have everyone fall under the same umbrella.
Alex E. Krueger
CUMBERLAND - Alex "Red" E. Krueger, 85 of Arnolds Mills Road, Cumberland, passed away Wednesday, May 8, 2013 at the Philip Hulitar Hospice Center, Providence. He was the husband of the late Elaine F. (Parmeter) Krueger.
Born in Providence, he was the son of the late Alexander Krueger and Jeannette (Turner) Hardman. He resided in Cumberland for the past 60 years. previously residing in Pawtucket.