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Back to Delaware: Pineview Big Leaguers eye return trip to Eastern Regionals

July 11, 2013

PAWTUCKET — Pineview All-Stars’ skipper Joe Clark received the good news on Tuesday night.
That is, his state champion Big League squad would, in fact, make the trip to the Eastern Regional Big League Tournament in Dover, Del.
After Pineview recorded an easy 10-1 victory over East Greenwich in the state title tilt at its own President’s Field on Sunday night, it qualified for its second straight and seventh berth in the regional affair in the past 10 years.

Cumberland wins 3-1 thriller over Warwick West Side to three-peat as Major Division state softball champs

July 11, 2013

NORTH SMITHFIELD — After steamrolling its opposition in its first eight games by a combined score of 107-17, Chris Bodington knew that his Cumberland All-Star team needed to sweat out a close contest somewhere down the line if it planned to take on the finest teams in New England in the extra-competitive Eastern Regionals.

Lincoln's Zammarelli selects Elon University over Red Sox

July 11, 2013

LINCOLN – Nick Zammarelli boarded a plane Thursday night fully confident that he made the correct decision – one that figures to benefit him in the long run.

As tempting as it was to turn pro, the recent Lincoln High School graduate believes in his heart of hearts that the pursuit can wait a few years. College life featuring side orders of education and baseball at North Carolina’s Elon University beckons for the 18-year-old Zammarelli following a spring and summer that can be best summed up as a whirlwind.

Rochester deals PawSox ninth straight defeat

July 11, 2013

PAWTUCKET — After having suffered eight straight defeats at Rochester and Lehigh Valley over the past eight days, the Pawtucket Red Sox desperately wanted to break that horrendous string against these same Red Wings on Thursday night.
The PawSox not only were swept in two consecutive four-game sets for the first time since last June 18-25, but went victory-less on a road trip of eight games or more dating back to 1988.

State police: No probable cause in probe of EP officials, chief

July 11, 2013

EAST PROVIDENCE – A Rhode Island State Police investigation has found no sufficient facts or probable cause to back up allegations that two members of the City Council unlawfully influenced City Manager Peter Graczykowski to place Police Chief Joseph Tavares on paid administrative leave in return for a new employment contract for Graczkowski.

School budget not set in stone

July 11, 2013

PAWTUCKET — Freeze frame. The School Department currently has a balanced budget for fiscal year 2014. However, while the School Committee approved the $102 million spending plan on Wednesday night, there are several big expenses looming that could change this picture considerably.
Schools Superintendent Deborah Cylke noted that, by Charter rule, the School Department is required to send the city a budget by April 30 of each year. On April 23, a fiscal 2014 budget was presented to school officials reflecting known revenue and expenditures.

David A. Traylor

July 11, 2013

David A. Traylor

PROVIDENCE - Traylor, David A., 63, formerly of Providence passed away Saturday, July 6, 2013, in Lakeland, Florida. Born in Providence, he was the son of the late Walter and Norma (Duphiney) Traylor. Mr. Traylor served honorably in the U.S Navy for 4 years.

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