August 10th, 2011
BRISTOL, Ct. â Must-win game? No problem for Cumberland American.
CALL shook off the sting from back-to-back shutout defeats in pool play and earned a spot in todayâs semifinals of the New England Regional Tournament by pounding winless Barre (Vt.) Community, 12-4, on Wednesday morning at sun-drenched Breen Field.
LINCOLN â The body of an adult male who had been shot in the head multiple times was found in the trunk of a car parked at Lincoln Woods Wednesday morning, the state police said.
Col. Steven G. O'Donnell, superintendent of the state police, said the victim's hands and feet were also bound. He called the killing âan execution.â
O'Donnell told reporters the car was found off the shoulder near the Twin River Road entrance to the park.
FOXBOROUGH â Chad Ochocinco is changing his ways. And heâs not making any apologies for it.
To those Twitter followers who claim that the Patriots wide receiver has toned down his activity, Ochocinco has a clear response.
âYou have to do it the Patriot Way, the way things are always done here,â Ochocinco said after Tuesdayâs practice at Gillette Stadium. âOne thing about this city, man, and their sports, all they do is win. So that stuff that I did in the past, thereâs no need for it.â
FORT MILL, S.C. â Say this about the 2011 Pawtucket Red Sox â this club appears dead serious about making a push for the Governorsâ Cup playoffs.
The PawSox made relative quick work of the host Charlotte Knights Tuesday en route to sweeping both ends of a doubleheader. Pawtucket completed the suspended contest with a 6-1 victory before taking the second game by a 5-1 count.
The pair of wins enabled Pawtucket to sit in first place by 1 Âœ games over Lehigh Valley as the second-place IronPigs battled Norfolk Tuesday.
BRISTOL, Ct. â Suddenly, the offense is a concern for Cumberland American manager Dave Belisle.
âVery concerned,â Belisle stressed after CALL managed just two hits in a 3-0 loss to defending New England champion Fairfield (Ct.) American Tuesday afternoon at Breen Field. The defeat leaves Cumberland American at 1-2 in pool play and in must-win territory heading into Wednesday morningâs contest against Vermontâs Barre Community.
PAWTUCKET â Taking her eyes off the road for a minute proved costly to a city woman whose 2011 Suzuki struck a utility pole and a fire hydrant near 8 Randall Street on Monday just after 4 p.m., police said.
Pawtucket Police Sgt. Roy Clary said that when police arrived, they found the Suzuki resting on the sidewalk and a fire hydrant that had snapped from its base underneath the vehicle. A severely damaged utility pole lay about 20 feet behind the car.
PAWTUCKET â Sometimes it pays to take a complaint to the top. Twelve-year-old Sara Arno was becoming dismayed by what she was finding at the Elizabeth Baldwin Elementary School playground when she would bring her younger brother and sister. Litter, broken glass, and beer bottles were bad enough, but there were also kids her own age and older teenagers who were hanging around, smoking, drinking and sometimes harassing the younger children.
Louise V.A. Giuntini
PAWTUCKET - Louise V.A. (Perry) Giuntini, 93, of Pawtucket, died peacefully on Saturday, August 6, 2011 at the St. Jeanne Jugan Residence. Born in Pawtucket, a daughter of the late Harold J. Perry and Anna L. (Flanagan) Perry, she was the wife of the late Ivano C. Giuntini.
Ronald E. Sabatini
PAWTUCKET - Ronald E. Sabatini, of Roosevelt Avenue, Pawtucket died August 8, 2011. He was the husband of the late Lucille (Demazeux) Sabatini.
Mr. Sabatini was born in Pawtucket, the son of the late Reno and Mildred (Oldrid) Sabatini. He was an assembler for International Display for many years.
Sue McConaughey, 83, of Rumford, RI died Monday, August 1, 2011, at home with her family.
Margaret A. Rivard
PAWTUCKET - Margaret "Peggy" A. (Steakem) Rivard, 81, passed away Saturday,August 6, 2011. She was the beloved wife of the late Albert J. Rivard for 56 years. Born in Bronx, NY, the daughter of the late James and Margaret (O'Rourke) Steakem, she moved to Pawtucket in 1940.
Dorothy Mitson, 73, passed away on August 3, 2011 surrounded by Family. She was the Daughter of the late Lida Howard Olson and Frederick Howard of Providence. She is survived by 4 Daughters: Julie Wilcox, Linda Gomes, Nancy Theroux, and Patricia Robinson. 10 Grandchildren: Lynn Gomes, Jessica Diaz, Paul Gomes, Kenneth Wilcox, Stephanie Wilcox-Danna, Robert Diaz, Kerstin Robinson, David Robinson, Nathan Wilcox, Rebecca Wilcox, and 4 Great Grandchildren.
CENTRAL FALLS - Josephine Jamro 91 formerly of Cross Street passed away Saturday August 6, 2011 Oak Hill Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. She was the beloved wife of the late Waldemore J. "PEE WEE" Jamro.
Born in Central Falls she was a daughter of the late Walter and Rozalia Jagielo.
Before retiring she was a co-owner with her late husband of the former Joe's Caf of Central Falls. Mrs. Jamro enjoyed gardening and sewing.
Raymond E. Clement, Sr.
PAWTUCKET - Raymond E. Clement, Sr., 79, of Greeley Street died Sunday, August 7, 2011 at Rhode Island Hospital, Providence surrounded by his loving family. He was the beloved husband of June A. (Scullin) Clement.
A lifelong resident of Pawtucket, he was a son of the late Harry M. and Serena H. (Meikle) Clement.
BRISTOL, Conn. --- After roughing up its opponents in more than half of its games in tournament play, Cumberland American got a bitter taste of its own medicine on Monday night.
Goffstown (N.H.) Junior went around its lineup and banged out six of its eight hits during a five-run rally in the bottom of the second inning that helped lead to an 8-0 triumph over CALL in their New England Regional pool play affair at Breen Field.
PAWTUCKET â Bruce Guindon would like to set the record straight regarding his role as the Pawtucket Red Sox official scorer.
First off, the International League, not the PawSox, employs Guindon. Translation: He is not in the home teamâs back pocket. The Pawtucket native and registered Interscholastic League football and hockey official is empowered and instructed to make the correct call, the right one.
PAWTUCKET â It is sometimes said that being the only state in the nation that marks Victory Day with an official holiday gives Rhode Island a distinction of a dubious sort, but for John Leclair it is anything but.
As the city man attended a wreath-laying ceremony to mark the occasion at Veterans Park Monday, he brought with him two type-written pages detailing the horrors his father endured after the World War II Army medic was captured on the Philippine island of Battan in 1942.
PAWTUCKET â Kevin Millwoodâs tenure with the Pawtucket Red Sox has come to an end. Now the 36-year-old will have to weigh whether to seek out another opportunity or bow out gracefully, a decision that could be complicated based on the right-handed pitcherâs belief that he still has something to give.
For now, though, Millwood plans on visiting family he has based up and down the East Coast and squeeze in as many rounds of golf as possible. That sounds like someone who isnât optimistic heâll be on a mound again this season.