Archive - Jun 13, 2013
PROVIDENCE â€“ Immediately after the final point had been recorded, the on-court Tolman High players mobbed each other nearest their fan base, jumping up and down in a massive group hug.
Their classmates naturally joined in the celebratory scrum, and each Tiger â€“ including those cheering wildly from the bench â€“ then broke off individually for more personal congratulations with parents, girlfriends and the like.
PAWTUCKET â€“ The worst-case scenario that Xander Bogaerts envisioned never came to pass.
Initially, Bogaerts thought he was being summoned to the managerâ€™s office because he didnâ€™t protest a strike three call that came with the count full. Portlandâ€™s Kevin Boles felt the decision that went against the highly-touted prospect was egregious. Protesting balls and strikes usually results in a swift ejection, which Boles eventually received after attempting to stick up for his shortstop.
PROVIDENCE â€” A Pawtucket man who prosecutors say went on an arson spree to avenge a romantic relationship that turned sour has received a 40-year prison sentence with 17 years to serve.
Classmates Roxanna Osorio, Vanda Debrito (class vice president), and Emerizialina Moreira (class secretary) wait together in the processional line at the Shea High School graduation in Roberts Hall at Rhode Island College.
Please turn to Page A6 for the senior list and another photo.
Maria M. Sousa
PAWTUCKET - Maria Manuela Sousa, 71, passed peacefully at Memorial Hospital of RI June 12th with her loving family by her side. Born in P. Delgada, Azores a daughter of the late Manuel Tomaz Pimentel and Angelina De Jesus Cabral.
She is survived by two daughters, Fatima Da Costa of Nashua NH, and Margarida Sousa of Central Falls, three sons, Jaime Sousa and Paul Sousa of Pawtucket and Steve Sousa of Providence, 14 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren that she loved dearly.