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Millwood enjoying time in Pawtucket

June 30, 2011

PAWTUCKET — Sometimes staying put may well prove the best option. Kevin Millwood agrees, hence why he’s not looking to leave the Red Sox organization anytime soon.
“I enjoy it here and feel that there could be some opportunity in the future [to once more pitch in the big leagues],” said Millwood, addressing the thought process behind not exercising a recent opt-out date in his contract. “It just seemed like a good situation to stay here and keep pitching. “My biggest thing is this is a place I’ve enjoyed. I like the organization and hopefully it works out.”

CNLL rallies past Burrillville

June 30, 2011

CUMBERLAND — Burrillville practiced all week expecting to face Cumberland National ace Brandon Croteau on Thursday at Garvin Field.
And it did. Just not until the third inning, after Burrillville had built an eight-run cushion and appeared well on its way to victory.
An appearance from Croteau — and his lethal curveball — changed all that.
Sparked by Croteau’s four innings of stellar relief, Cumberland National rallied for an 11-9 win to keep pace in Pool B of the District IV tournament.

Charles F. Figuerido

June 30, 2011

Charles F. Figuerido

UXBRIDGE- Charles F. Figuerido, 80, of Hartford Ave. died Wed. June 29 at his home, surrounded by his living family.

Verna M. Hazard

June 30, 2011

Verna M. Hazard

WOONSOCKET- Verna M. Hazard, 46, of Roberts St., Woonsocket, died Friday, June 17, 2011 in Landmark Medical Center, Woonsocket. She was the beloved wife of Michael A. MacGrath of Woonsocket.
Born in Warwick, she was the daughter of the late Parker H. and Cereatha M. (Bryer) Hazard, Sr.
Verna worked as a CNA for The Village at Waterman Lake Greenville.

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