Naturally, only one reigned, and it went to the inconsistent yet powerful Warriors, who survived an entertaining but grueling 3-1 triumph over the Broncos before close to 100 fans.
Theodore C. Surrette
NORTH SMITHFIELD - Theodore C. Surrette, 86, died Tuesday, September 23, 2014 in Landmark Medical Center, Woonsocket. Born in Bellows Falls, VT, he was the son of the late John and Mary (Wheeler) Surette.
Theodore was a veteran and served in the U.S. Air Force for twenty years before retiring with the rank of Sergeant. After retiring from the Air Force, he worked as a security guard for many years.
WOONSOCKET â€“ A city resident says he filed three separate ethics complaints against members of the City Council Thursday, but staff at the Ethics Commission would not confirm having received them.
Katherine Dâ€™Arezzo, senior staff attorney for the Ethics Commission, said state law gives the director three days to decide whether to accept ethics complaints for further review. If he does, then the agency will acknowledge them and make the details public.
â€śAt this point itâ€™s as if they never existed,â€ť Dâ€™Arezzo said.
PAWTUCKET – Despite being twice their age, Rich Sauveur has a lot in common with the numerous Triple-A pitchers who were entrusted to his care during his successful seven-year run as pitching coach for the Pawtucket Red Sox.
The 50-year-old hoped – make that yearned – for a job at the big-league level.