(Undated) -- Here is the latest news: The Patriots lose their 2022 home opener. Officials have identified the second body found at the home of former Woonsocket mayor Susan Menard last week. A man is facing charges for allegedly leaving several Rhode Island restaurants without paying.
>>Patriots Lose To Ravens; Mac Jones Hurt
(Foxboro, MA) -- The New England Patriots lost their home opener on Sunday. The Baltimore Ravens won by a score of 37-to-26. Mac Jones passed for over three-hundred yards, had three interceptions and ran for a touchdown before leaving the game with an injury. Jones suffered an apparent high-ankle sprain and will have an MRI. The Patriots are at the Green Bay Packers in Week 4.
>>State Identifies Second Body At Former Woonsocket Mayor's Home
(Woonsocket, RI) -- The Rhode Island medical examiner's office is identifying the second person found at the home of former Woonsocket mayor Susan Menard last week. The decedent was Daniel Grabowski. WJAR-TV reports Grabowski was Menard's long-time boyfriend, and the founder and former CEO of the Boys and Girls Club of Woonsocket. The deaths of both Grabowski and Menard were determined to have been caused by chronic health issues.
>>Driver Crashes Into Water In Providence
(Providence, RI) -- The Providence Police Department is looking for the driver of a vehicle that went off a boat ramp into the Seekonk River on Sunday. It happened at the Gano Street boat ramp in Fox Point, according to The Providence Journal. Police say the driver was spotted on surveillance footage after the accident, and they are seeking contact to ensure all parties are safe. The car was pulled out of the water at around 9:30 a.m.
>>Nighttime Delays On Route 146
(Lincoln, RI) -- Delays are expected through Tuesday night on Route 146. The Rhode Island Department of Transportation says the bridges at Twin River Road and Breakneck Hill Road in Lincoln are being demolished. The work is taking place from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.
>>Southeast Mass Boil Order Lifted
(Undated) -- A boil water order has been lifted in North Attleboro and Plainville, Massachusetts. Residents in both towns were directed to take the protective action last week because of E. coli bacteria. The boil order was lifted on Friday afternoon.
>>Man Accused Of Skipping Out On Restaurant Checks
(Undated) -- A Florida man is charged with dining and dashing in Rhode Island. WPRI-TV reports Anthony Addesa of Palm Beach is charged with three counts of obtaining food with intent to defraud in Middletown and Portsmouth. Addesa allegedly departed from multiple restaurants without paying his bill. Authorities are investigating possible similar incidents in Portsmouth, as well as in Newport.
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