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Archive - Apr 28, 2013

Ex-Red Sox ace pitcher Martinez pays visit to PawSox

April 28, 2013

PAWTUCKET — It’s hard not to read into Pedro Martinez’s presence at McCoy Stadium on the same weekend that pitcher Alfredo Aceves reported for Triple-A duty.

Despite the angina that Aceves has caused through a series of outbursts and bizarre mound antics, there’s at least a part of the Red Sox brain trust that believes Aceves is salvageable. Their challenge is how to unwrap this enigma in order to prevent future episodes.

Hanrahan's fit for return to Boston's bullpen

April 28, 2013

PAWTUCKET — With regards to his right hamstring strain, Joel Hanrahan feels that he has turned the corner and believes that a return trip to the big leagues and Boston is imminent.
There’s just one piece of unresolved business: Will Hanrahan slide right back into the closer’s role that was his prior to landing on the disabled list, or will he become Andrew Bailey’s chief setup option?

Stay of execution for pesky beavers

April 28, 2013

CUMBERLAND – A family of beavers who faced being trapped and killed for causing tree damage and flooding at Diamond Hill Park has been granted a stay of execution.
After initially stating that he was considering having a local exterminator kill the beavers, Parks and Recreation Director Michael Crawley says that plan has been scrapped – at least for now.

Le Foyer debuts its Fountain Street Grille

April 28, 2013

PAWTUCKET — An old dining landmark has been given a new twist as the Le Foyer Club debuts its new Fountain Street Grille.
The first floor bar and dining area of the venerable banquet facility have been given a complete makeover, and the results are a modern, comfortable place to enjoy lunch, dinner and drinks. Sleek new booths, an attractive mural, stylish lighting fixtures and other contemporary décor make the Fountain Street Grille an ideal setting for everything from a casual lunch or dinner to late night cocktails and appetizers.

Newberry irked at Twin River executives

April 28, 2013

PROVIDENCE – North Smithfield Rep. Brian Newberry branded as “blatant arrogance” what he called the unwillingness of Twin River executives to explain why the state’s share of the take from the new table games soon to be installed is limited to 18 percent.
Newberry, the Republican leader in the House of Representatives, was miffed because Twin River representatives who attended a recent hearing declined to speak on a bill he sponsored that would hike the state’s share to 20 percent, even when he invited them to testify.


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