Archive - Nov 15, 2010
John S. Kasulewicz (NO PHOTO WITH FLAG)
PAWTUCKET - John S. Kasulewicz, 96, passed away Saturday, November 13, 2010. He was the beloved husband of the late Helen M. (Meers) Kasulewicz.
A lifelong resident of Pawtucket, he was a son of the late Michael and Mary(Dobnovski) Karsulavitch.
John was a World War II U.S. Navy veteran.
He was employed by various textile mills in the Pawtucket area for many years until retiring.
Denis M. Gravel (WITH PHOTO)
CUMBERLAND - Denis M. Gravel, 66, of Roland St. died Friday in the Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket. He was the beloved husband of Jean M. (Hipolito) Gravel.
Born in Pawtucket he was the son of the late Rolland and Lea (Berthelette) Gravel. He resided in Cumberland for the 37 years previously residing in Pawtucket.
He was employed at the Miriam Hospital as a Respiratory Technician for over 15 years until his retirement. He was previously employed by the Health Tex Corp., Central Falls for over 20 years.
He was a communicant of St. Aidan Church, Cumberland.
CUMBERLAND - Aime Pereira, known in area for years in the auto and racing community died Saturday.
Amadeu "Aime" Pereira of Cumberland, Rhode Island,devoted husband of Marion(McCarthy) Pereira with whom he shared 57 years of marriage. Born in 1927, Aime died peacefully on November 13 at age 83 surrounded by his loving family.
PROVIDENCE â€” The scoreboard doesnâ€™t always tell the true story of a soccer game.
That may have been the case on Sunday as darkness enveloped the R.I. College soccer field while Lincoln and Exeter/West Greenwich battled through a tense Division II state championship final.
When the final whistle sounded, EWG celebrated a 2-1 victory over the gallant Lions, who hung tough in a game that saw the Scarlet Knights own a 24-10 advantage in shots on goal.
JOHNSTON â€” People are going to be talking about this playoff game for a very long time.
St. Raphael Academy won a wild and crazy shootout with Johnston High on Saturday night in their Division II quarterfinal-round game on the Panthersâ€™ campus -- a royal battle that saw both teams nearly combine for 1,000 yards of offense and the Saints score a heart-pounding 56-50 overtime victory.