Archive - Jan 30, 2014
LINCOLN â High junior Nicole Moneghan had one desire before she and her teammates faced defending state champion South Kingstown in a Division II dual-meet clash on Thursday afternoon.
âI was hoping we wouldnât get absolutely crushed,â she admitted. âThey have a lot of talented girls over there. We were trying not to worry about what they were doing, but just dive in and swim the best we could.â
As expected, the undefeated Rebels did push their unbeaten streak to 7-0 with a 54-40 victory over the steadfast Lions, but the latter went down battling.
Janet M. Frechette
NO. SMITHFIELD- Janet M. Frechette, 72, passed into eternal life on January 24, 2014 after an illness.
She was born in Central Falls a daughter of the late Raymond and Mary (Charpentier) Blake.
Janet had been employed as a 1st class textile mechanic for several years at Wardwell Braid Co. before retiring 11 years ago.
Editor's note: This column was published in The Times on Jan. 27, 2014:
It looks like Democrats in the 2014 gubernatorial primary are about to be vexed by the same Catch-22 that confounds Republican candidates for president: What they have to do and say to win their partyâs nomination in the primary could spell doom in the general election.
If the nascent Democratic primary race for governor next year has showed us anything so far, it is that being liberal is becoming cool again.
WOONSOCKET â 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 Salisburyâs unassisted tally just 1:01 into the second.
Lincoln, however, knotted it at 1-1 when senior Mike Enos converted Aaron Fiskeâs feed at 9:44.
PROVIDENCE â 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.