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Salisbury's two goals help hockey Clippers edge Lions

January 29, 2014

WOONSOCKET — For the first time in a long while, Cumberland High actually defeated archrival Lincoln.

It happened on Wednesday night at Adelard Arena, with the still-undefeated Clippers edging the previously-unbeaten Lions, 2-1, in a Division II-North showdown.

Sophomore Jake Salisbury notched the game winner with 3:58 remaining in regulation. After a scoreless initial stanza, Cumberland took a 1-0 advantage on Salisbury’s unassisted tally just 1:01 into the second.
Lincoln, however, knotted it at 1-1 when senior Mike Enos converted Aaron Fiske’s feed at 9:44.

Facebook bill to be debated at Statehouse

January 29, 2014

PROVIDENCE – If you are applying for a job, should your prospective employer be able to demand the password to your Facebook or other social media account? Should schools and colleges be able to require students or applicants to allow access to restricted portions of their social media profiles?

With sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and Meetup gaining popularity, and new sites finding their way onto the Internet with increasing frequency, two state legislators say employees and students should not be forced to share their online lives with people at work or school.

Alfreda H. Oziemblewski

January 29, 2014

Alfreda H. Oziemblewski

PAWTUCKET - Alfreda H. Oziemblewski (Gromkiewicz) 93, of Hatfield Street, Pawtucket, a lifelong resident of Central Falls and Pawtucket, died Tuesday January 28, 2014 at Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island, Pawtucket, after a short illness. She was the widow of Boleslaw E. Oziemblewski.
Born in Central Falls she was a daughter of the late Henry and Helen (Gabis) Gromkiewicz.
Before retiring 1982, she was a production supervisor for the former Fram Corp. of East Providence.

 

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