Archive - Jun 20, 2012
SYRACUSE, N.Y. --- Three straight singles with one out in the bottom of the 11th inning helped the Syracuse Chiefs score the run that produced a come-from-behind 6-5 victory over the Pawtucket Red Sox on Wednesday night at Alliance Bank Stadium.
Down by a 5-3 score heading into the home half of the ninth, the Chiefs tied the score by scoring twice off reliever Daniel Bard, who gave up a single and a double and only threw half of his 22 pitches for strikes. He did not walk or strike out anyone.
WARWICK â€“ In Rhode Island, the fiscal year begins on the first day of July. To Ed Cooley, the date also signifies the first step the head coach, along with his assistants, will take in laying the foundation for the 2012-13 Providence College Friars.
EAST PROVIDENCE â€” On a day when Texas A&M University graduate Jordan Russell owned Wannamoisett Country Club, firing a phenomenal six-under 63 to lead the first round of the 51st Northeast Amateur Golf Tournament, the University of Central Florida's Brad Schneider proved to be the model of consistency.
CENTRAL FALLS â€” Although he acknowledges that serving on the City Council will be â€śa little bit different this time,â€ť Bob Ferri says he is pleased and honored to be once again representing the residents of Ward 2 from a position in city government.
Ferri, 65, of Cottage Street, was the winner of Tuesday's special election to fill the Ward 2 council seat that had been held by Richard Aubin. He will return to the five-member City Council for the remainder of Aubin's four-year-term, which runs until November of 2013.
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PAWTUCKET â€” Three local men will be honored (two of them posthumously) on Saturday, June 23 for their efforts in founding Turning Point, formerly the Pawtucket Boys Club Group Home, in 1973.
A ceremony to unveil a plaque dedicating the Turning Point group home to Nicolas Retsinas, along with the late Michael Pappas and Gary P. Paparo, will be held at 10 a.m. at the Turning Point facility at 5 Kids Way in Pawtucket. Members of the public are invited to attend.
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PAWTUCKET - Edward C. Czyzewicz, 57, passed away Sunday June 17, 2012 with his family at his side. He was the beloved husband of Leslie F. (Oliver) Czyzewicz.
Born in Central Falls he was a devoted son of Frances V. (Czupryna) Czyzewicz and the late Tady E. Czyzewicz. He was a life long resident of Pawtucket.
Before retiring Ed was employed as a Mechanic for National Grid for 25 years and was also a local Musician most notably with the Bands Strutt and Illusion. He was a member of the BUW Local # 310.
ATTLEBORO - Paul E. Pankow III, 34 of South Main St., Attleboro, died Sunday at Sturdy Memorial Hospital.
He was the fiance of Latisha Peacock.
He was born in Denver, Colorado, a son of Paul E. Pankow Jr., and the late Alice (Athersmith) Pankow.
Paul was a receiving manager for Gardner Inc. for over 3 years.
He has lived in Attleboro for over 3 years coming from Pawtucket and Nebraska.
Paul enjoyed fishing.
WARWICK - Anthony, Santa (Cambria), 86, formerly of Pawtucket passed away surrounded by her loving family Wednesday, June 20, 2012 at Sunnyview Nursing Home in Warwick.
Born in Sicily, Italy, she was the daughter of the late Onofrio and Josephine (Spinella) Cambria; loving mother of Jerome Squadrito, Joanna Interlini, Thomas Anthony, Tino Anthony, Joseph Anthony and Tina Baptista; sister of Frank Cambria, Natalie Hatch and the late Joseph Cambria.