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Friars, Tar Heels persevered through varying levels of frustration to reach tonight's NCAA tourney opener

March 20, 2014

SAN ANTONIO — Let’s remove all the tradition and corresponding subplots from the equation.

Instead, let’s delve into how Providence and North Carolina arrived at this particular juncture – a second-round matchup in the NCAA Tournament that’s on tap Friday night (7:20 tip) at the AT&T Center. The two schools may have arrived at the same destination, yet it’s safe to say that the steps taken to get here were vastly different.

Providence College stands to benefit financially from NCAA Tournament appearance

March 20, 2014

SAN ANTONIO — There’s no question that the NCAA Tournament is the equivalent of a Fortune 500 company. Between the 14-year, nearly $11 million television agreement that CBS and Turner Sports entered into back in 2010 and the presence of recognizable corporate sponsors such as AT&T and The Coca-Cola Company, it wouldn’t come as a shock to learn that they’re printing money at NCAA headquarters in Indianapolis.

The question is, just how big of a slice of mince pie do NCAA participants such as Providence receive?

Cumberland hockey team blasts PSW in opener of Division II title series; Game 2 is tonight at Brown

March 20, 2014

Sports editor emeritus
PROVIDENCE – Cumberland put its sterling credentials on the Meehan Auditorium ice for all to see on Thursday night in the Division II championship opener against the co-op team from Providence Country Day, St. Raphael Academy and Wheeler.

Vandals target school playground

March 20, 2014

PAWTUCKET—Despite some problems that have occurred with vandalism, the playground at the Curtis Elementary School on Benefit Street has been kept unlocked and open to members of the community.
“It's open seven days a week,” said Curtis School Principal Jean Friend. “It is left unlocked.” She said there was a period when it had been locked after some mulch and an area that was being reseeded was damaged, but it has been unlocked now “for awhile.” She added, however, that there have still been some occasional issues with vandalism.
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Joyce Kaltsas

March 20, 2014

Joyce Kaltsas

SEEKONK - Kaltsas, Joyce, 81, wife of the late George A. Kaltsas, died Mar. 19th.
Funeral services private. Obituary and condolences at http:// www.jhwilliamsfuneralhome.com/

Suzanne R. Roy

March 20, 2014

Suzanne R. Roy

PAWTUCKET - Suzanne R. Roy of Pawtucket died on March 18, 2014.
Suzanne was born in Central Falls, the daughter of the late Norman and Virginia (LaPlante) Roy. She was a packer at Fuller Packaging for many years.
Suzanne is survived by her brothers; Michael Roy of Pawtucket, Donald Roy of Seekonk, Ma., David Roy of Pawtucket and Alan Roy of Pawtucket.

Kathleen Dudzik

March 20, 2014

Kathleen Dudzik

HAWTHORNE, NJ - Kathleen, age 84, of Hawthorne, NJ, died Wednesday, March 19, 2014. Born in Central Falls, Rhode Island, Kathleen lived in Rumford, RI, Maplewood, NJ and Westwood, NJ before moving to Hawthorne. Kathleen's last employment was as a Bookkeeper at South Orange Maplewood Adult School in Maplewood.

 

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