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Archive - Jul 13, 2014

Mayor goes ‘in the tank’ to help veterans at block party

July 13, 2014

PAWTUCKET — It was certainly warm enough for a dunk tank to be operating at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 306 Block Party Sunday afternoon, and Mayor Donald R. Grebien and City Councilman Albert J. Vitali Jr. didn't disappoint the kids and a few adults looking to see them take the plunge.

The dunk tank was part of the fundraising activities scheduled for the block party to help fund Post programs for veteran outreach and services and also bring a little attention to the 95 year-old organization and its 94-year-old Women’s Auxiliary.

McGair: PawSox will soon field new cast as AA prospects earn promotions

July 13, 2014

It looks like Theo Epstein may have the last laugh after all. All the former general manager of the Red Sox would have to do is point to last Wednesday when the starting lineup included five rookies. Surely such a development would have brought a smile to Epstein’s face if he were still running the day-to-day baseball operations on Yawkey Way.

Pawtucket-based Ocean State Theatre skating team captures national title

July 13, 2014

PAWTUCKET — Sarah Mirza-DiNardo still has plenty of acting blood in her.

Case in point: The happenings at the U.S. Figure Skating National Theatre on Ice Competition in Dearborn, Mich. the afternoon of Friday, June 27.


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