CENTRAL FALLS -- Jerauld C. Adams back in the mid-1990s was working for a Lincoln engineering company when he became interested in the field of foreclosures, particularly buying distressed properties and rehabbing them.
The Barrington native bought a small boarded-up mansion in Central Falls â€“ the Benjamin F. Greene House at 85 Cross St. with 28 rooms â€“ and so began what is likely to be a lifelong relationship between the now 43-year-old entrepreneur and the stateâ€™s smallest city.
PAWTUCKET â€” Sometimes the trades that a major-league ballclub doesnâ€™t end up making can prove quite revealing.
The Jake Peavy acquisition was not the only smoke signal sent out by the Red Sox at the July 31 non-waiver trading deadline. Last Wednesdayâ€™s 4 p.m Eastern Time deadline did not feature the acquisition of a warm body for the sole purpose of augmenting the bullpen core that manager John Farrell presently has at his disposal.