Archive - Oct 20, 2011
Dan Wheeler wonât have long to wait regarding whether or not he fits into the Red Soxâs plans for the 2012 season. The veteran relief pitcher and Warwick native has a club option worth $3 million that Boston must render a decision on âwithin three to five daysâ upon completion of the World Series.
âThey will have to notify me whether theyâre picking it up or not,â said Wheeler earlier this week from his Florida homestead.
When Bruce and Sheri Foster said âI doâ eight years ago, they probably never thought they would one day decide to do something as wild and crazy as the competition they entered two weekends ago.
The Lincoln couple was one of 47 that participated in the Sunday River Ski Resortâs 12th annual North American Wife Carrying Championships in Newry, Maine. They toured the challenging 283-yard obstacle course in a 1:27.37 time that placed them 27th and just eight seconds shy of a top-20 finish.
PAWTUCKET â As St. Raphael Academy discovered on Thursday night, thereâs a reason why Burrillville has surrendered a division-low seven goals this season.
Defense is the name of the Broncosâ game, which was made plenty clear as the Saints were grounded, 4-0, at the McKinnon-Alves Complex. The shutout is No. 11 for Burrillville, which hasnât allowed a goal in seven straight games dating back to Sept. 23.
PAWTUCKET â The participants make no bones about itâŠthe dog park in Slater Park is the newest place to meet and mingle, for both canines and their owners.
The City Council on Wednesday voted 8 to 0 to approve a resolution ending the trial status of the dog park and making it an official attraction in Slater Park. The Recreation Committee made the resolution asking for the change, citing the success of the dog park since it opened last summer. Parks and Recreation Director John Blais also issued a letter of support for making the dog park permanent.