Archive - Jul 10, 2013
CUMBERLAND â Must-win pressure? Cumberland American showed zero signs of it on Wednesday night in its Pool A finale against Scituate-Foster.
Needing a victory to cement a spot in Fridayâs District 4 Major Division semifinals at Ayotte Field, CALL cruised to its third triumph in four games by mercy-ruling S-F, 14-3, in four innings at Garvin Field.
CENTRAL FALLS â The two men believed to have been murdered and found inside a 16 Sylvian St. apartment July 3 were identified by Central Falls Police on Wednesday.
Lt. Dorian R. Rave listed the victims in the double homicide as Malcolm Townes, 21, and Nathan Lewis, 22. Lewis was reported to have lived in the apartment and Townes to be staying with him.
Although ruled to be homicides, the Rhode Island Medical Examinerâs Office has not yet to issue an official cause of death for the victims, Rave said.
LINCOLN â Colonel Steven G. OâDonnell, superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and Commissioner of Public Safety, announces the first arrest at the Twin River Casino relating to the integrity of table games.
At 2:45 a.m. on July 10, a member of the State Police Gaming Enforcement Unit (GEU) arrested Steven E. Sabitoni, 46, of School Road, Lincoln, on one count of larceny under $1,500.
PAWTUCKET âFeather boas, fishnets, and the glamor of âold style Vegasâ will dominate the stage at downtown Pawtucket's House of Mood during two special shows this month.
Called âVintage Vegas,â these lavishly entertaining productions, scheduled for July 13 and July 20, will also serve as fundraisers for a more serious women's health issueâthe fight against breast cancer. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer, a cause that happens to be close to the heart of House of Mood founder/entertainer Jennifer Kennedy.
Robert L. Ruel
CUMBERLAND - Robert "Robby" L. Ruel, 44, of Leigh Road, passed away Wednesday at the Rhode Island Hospital, Providence.
Born in Pawtucket, he was the son of Richard O. Ruel Sr. and Anne M. (George) Ruel. He was a life-long resident of Cumberland.
Besides his parents, he leaves his maternal grandparents, Louis and Violet (Couture) George of Cumberland, one brother Richard Ruel Jr. of Cumberland; as well as his aunts, cousins, and friends.