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Pawtucket mayor says no bill on PawSox by the end of RI legislative session would end discussions on 19th of Jun 2018 PROVIDENCE – The mayor of Pawtucket sees the long process of establishing where the Pawtucket Red Sox spend the next few decades nearing its end. “I can tell you, if we don’t have a bill, (the PawSox are gone),” Donald R. Grebien said Tuesday night
Idea pitched to save Notre Dame shell in the manner of West Boylston’s Old Stone Church on 19th of Jun 2018 WORCESTER – Advocates desperately fighting to save the former Notre Dame des Canadiens Church from demolition have broached an idea they feel could turn the historic structure into a centerpiece for the city, at a cost they claim would be far less than
Best of Hometeam All-Star Awards Banquet at DCU honors more than 800 Central Mass. student on 19th of Jun 2018 WORCESTER – Oxford High junior Joel Erickson knows that his late mother was watching from above when he received the Hometeam Courage Award Tuesday night at the second annual Best of Hometeam All-Star Awards Banquet at the DCU Center. It’s an award he
Division 3 baseball state semifinal: Defending champion Auburn falls to Taconic on 19th of Jun 2018 WORCESTER — Coming off a Division 3 baseball state championship last season, Auburn came painstakingly close to a second consecutive appearance in the state title game Tuesday, but a bad bounce off the glove of relief pitcher Joe Hopper helped Taconic of
Division 1 softball state semifinal: Unbeaten Wachusett rolls past Pittsfield, will play for state title on 19th of Jun 2018 WORCESTER — After a heartbreaking loss to Milford in last year’s Division 1 state championship, the Wachusett softball was determined to make it back. Tuesday night, the Mountaineers accomplished that goal. Wachusett’s bats were going all night
Division 1 girls’ tennis state semifinal: Westboro on the brink of making program history on 19th of Jun 2018 SHREWSBURY — The Westboro girls’ tennis team will have a chance to make program history Wednesday. Thanks to an impressive 4-1 victory over Western Mass. champion Longmeadow in the Division 1 state semifinals on Tuesday, the Central Mass. champ Rangers
Judge denies motion to reinstate fired WRTA bus driver on 19th of Jun 2018 WORCESTER – A federal judge Monday denied a request to temporarily reinstate a bus driver – who is also the union president – suing the Worcester Regional Transit Authority for allegedly firing him for speaking to the media about proposed service cuts
US officials likely lost track of nearly 6,000 migrant children on 19th of Jun 2018 WASHINGTON — The Trump administration has likely lost track of nearly 6,000 unaccompanied migrant children, thousands more than lawmakers were alerted to last month, according to a McClatchy review of federal data. Federal officials acknowledged last
Dow posts 6th loss in row on trade spat; small cos. rally on 19th of Jun 2018 NEW YORK — Big industrial and technology companies skidded Tuesday as the trade dispute between the U.S. and China threatened to come to a boil. Smaller companies less focused on overseas trade fared better, as did dividend-paying stocks. The Dow Jones
Hot dogs take the field at Hanover Insurance Park on 19th of Jun 2018 WORCESTER – Hot Dog! Worcester Bravehearts were renamed Tuesday night as the Coney Island Hot Dogs, beating out another tasty Worcester institution, Table Talk Pies, for the coveted honor. John W. S. Creedon Jr., owner of the Worcester Bravehearts (and