Archive - Jul 24, 2011
WARWICK â Another day, another offensive explosion by Cumberland American.
Manager Dave Belisleâs club moved within one win of claiming the Major Division state championship Sunday, throttling Cranston Western 15-0 in a four-inning mercy-rule affair at Warwick West Side Little Leagueâs Abe Klitzner Field.
WARWICK â Collette Vacations Post 79 took care of business in the preliminary round of the R.I. American Legion Senior Division playoffs, sweeping Senerchia Post 74 in two games.
Post 79 got a near-flawless pitching performance from Andrew Veiga during Saturdayâs 2-0 victory in Game 2. Veiga only faced 30 batters over nine innings as Colletteâs defense once again played a key role in the teamâs victory.
SEEKONK â Firefly Golf Course certainly fits the definition of the word âunique.â
What other golf course in the area plays to a par of 60 and measures just 3,644 yards? Only Firefly, an executive golf course that was designed and built by womenâs golf legend Joanne Carner and her husband Don Hoenig back in 1962.
PAWTUCKET â How much more wear and tear can the century-old Division Street Bridge take from the I-95 truck detours before costly repairs have to be made? That is the million dollar question that City Councilors were asking this week following a state inspection report that listed the bridge as being in âfairâ condition.
PROVIDENCE â The statewide Grand Jury reported the indictments of two Pawtucket residents Friday.
Anthony Berard, 27, was charged with one count of first degree sexual assault and one count of possession of cocaine. It is alleged that on or about Jan. 30, 2011, Berard sexually assaulted a woman, with that assault being in the first degree. The alleged sexual assault took place in Warwick. It is further alleged that on or about March 11, 2011, Berard possessed cocaine, an incident alleged to have taken place in Pawtucket.