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Archive - Feb 9, 2011

Billy Baron speaks about his decision to transfer

February 9, 2011

Billy Baron - son of URI men's basketball coach Jim - made his first statements to the media since announcing he was transferring from Virginia to URI.
Here are a few of his comments.

(On the decision)
-It’s good to be back home. I missed my family, I missed being home. Just being able to play for my father, you know. Virginia was great, a lot of great opportunities coming out of there, great people there, great coaching staff. Just the fact of coming home, you only have one of them.

(On being at UVA)

Wizards bounce back with victory

February 9, 2011

WOOD RIVER JUNCTION – For most basketball teams, the recent snowfall of the region was not welcomed as it put a halt to recent games.
But for the West Warwick Wizards, it may have been a blessing in disguise.
After losing three straight games last week, the Wizards’ game Friday against Westerly was cancelled which afforded the team much needed practice time and a chance to regroup and gain its confidence.
Chariho was the unfortunate victim of a rejuvenate Wizards’ squad as they dismantled the Chargers 77-44.

Rep. Walsh introduces driving bill

February 9, 2011

PROVIDENCE -- Rep. Donna Walsh (Democrat, District 36) has introduced H-5122, which will close a loophole used by bad drivers with multiple offenses to evade harsher penalties.

Walsh’s bill is a simple measure that would prohibit any driver who has received a third summons in a 12-month-period from mailing in payment. Instead, that driver would have to appear in person before a judge in municipal court or traffic tribunal.

SCH sponsors ‘Pink Out’

February 9, 2011

WAKEFIELD–For the third consecutive year, South County Hospital is proud to be the co-sponsor of the annual Gloria Gemma “Pink Out” men's basketball game tonight at the URI Ryan Center.

Details emerge from large drug bust in North Kingstown

February 9, 2011

NORTH KINGSTOWN – An investigation that began back in September ended last week with Rhode Island State Police and the United States Drug Department of Enforcement Administration (DEA) - Rhode Island Task Force officials, arresting three out of state males, seizing 66 kilograms of cocaine and $1,245,100 in cash during a planned raid at a storage facility on 376 Dry Bridge Road, Unit A-3, North Kingstown. State Police are calling the raid one of the biggest in state history, both in the amount of cash and the amount of drugs seized.

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