Archive - Mar 14, 2012 - Sports Article
Even her simplest of motions had become a tall order. No matter that she was gingerly pressing her feet against the hardwood â€“ Brooke Coderreâ€™s â€śdogsâ€ť were barking loudly and incessantly, begging her not to continue.
PAWTUCKET â€” You can't help but laugh when Gil Dolman explains how he came to enlist in the U.S. Navy at age 17. He does so in such a Pawtucket way.
â€śI joined up to get away from all the creeps, the bullies,â€ť the 59-year-old lifetime city resident offered. â€śI had been living in Prospect Heights, and I was always in fights. I didn't start them, of course; there were just kids in the heights in the 1960s and '70s who wanted to beat me up. They'd do that because they wanted to take my lunch money, or because I was hanging out with a girl, whatever.