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Archive - Sep 8, 2012

WEB ONLY: PawSox advance to Governors' Cup finals

September 8, 2012

ROCHESTER, N.Y. – For the first time since 2003, the Pawtucket Red Sox will play for the right to be called Governors’ Cup champions. The PawSox clinched a spot in this week’s championship series after disposing of Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, 7-1, in Game Four of the best-of-five opening-round series on Saturday night at Frontier Field. Pawtucket wins the series, three games to one. The finals get underway Tuesday night with the first two games on tap at McCoy Stadium. The PawSox will play Charlotte after the Knights eliminated first-round foe Indianapolis in four games.

WEB ONLY: Townies roughed by up Novans

September 8, 2012

WOONSOCKET — Inside the Barry Field meeting/locker room hangs a sign reading simply, “Discipline: Do what has to be done; when it has to be done; as well as it can be done; do it that way all the time.”
Excepting a couple of fumbles (one lost) and five penalties for a minus-32 yards, Woonsocket High pretty much followed those instructions to a “T” in its Challenge Cup non-league tilt against East Providence High on what became a soggy Saturday afternoon.

Arts Festival kicks off with gala, ‘Taste of’

September 8, 2012

PAWTUCKET — Catherine Cabral, who just moved to Pawtucket last year, was happily enjoying a shrimp kabob, listening to the music and surveying the crowd along Roosevelt Avenue. “This is fun. And it’s a great way to get you to try food from different places. I thought I’d come and get to know Pawtucket.”

Primary is decision day for school board

September 8, 2012

PAWTUCKET — With all 11 Pawtucket School Committee candidates running as Democrats, Tuesday's Democratic primary will be an important decider in the make-up of the school board for the next two years.
All seven incumbent School committee candidates are seeking re-election: Michael Araujo, Joanne Bonollo, David Coughlin, Raymond Noonan, Nicole Nordquist, Raymond Spooner, and Alan Tenreiro. They are facing a challenge from Sandra Cano, Gerard Charbonneau, Joseph Knight, and John Tellini.

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