Archive - Sep 10, 2013
LINCOLN â Twin River officials have received state approval to increase the number of table games at the 100 Twin River Road, state-supervised casino, and may be unveiling a new expansion plan even as casino plans move forward in nearby Massachusetts.
Twin River spokeswoman Patti Doyle confirmed on Tuesday that the casino received permission from the state Lottery Commission last Friday to increase the number of live gaming tables from 66 to 80, but noted a specific plan for an expansion has not yet been finalized.
NORTH SMITHFIELD â Tolman High had just dropped the first game of an important, early-season, Division II-North clash against North Smithfield when head coach Roger Tow huddled his girls for a talk.
It consisted of several statements, the lowlights being the Tigersâ committing too many unforced errors, missing serves, not playing their positions and a failure to communicate.
âThey listened; theyâre a very coachable group,â Tow said.
PROVIDENCE â The margin for error in Divi-sion II looks pretty slim so far this season.
Lincoln High, which lost in the D-II playoff semifinals last year, edged Moses Brown by a 1-0 margin on Tuesday afternoon in a contest that featured a total of two shots on goal, one for each side.
WOONSOCKET â Carrying on a tradition that they started in 2001, members of the United Veterans Council of Woonsocket and the Veterans of Foreign Wars will hold a remembrance ceremony today marking the 12th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on America.
SEEKONK - Stanley Kogut 62, passed away Tuesday September 10, 2013 at his home. He was the beloved husband of Sheryl A. (Minasian) Kogut.
Born in Poland he was a son of Waleria (Wegiel) Kogut and the late Pawel Kogut. He lived in Seekonk for the past year and was formerly of Central Falls and Pawtucket.
Stanley was employed in the job of his dreams for the past 12 years as a Grounds Keeper for Pawtucket Country Club. Prior to that he was employed as a Jewelry Polisher for 30 years.
Robert A. Booth
PAWTUCKET - Robert "Bob" Arthur Booth, 66, passed away peacefully surrounded by his loved ones on Saturday, September 7, 2013. He was the beloved husband of Mary T. (Sullivan) Booth. A lifelong resident of Pawtucket, he was a son of the late Benjamin Franklin Booth and the late Clara (Curiczak) Booth.