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Burrillville, Lincoln to meet in District IV finals

July 15, 2012

Burrillville’s Josh Dichario, center (15), makes his team pretty happy after hitting a grand slam during the third inning of last Wednesday’s game against Bernon. Burrillville and Lincoln will square off for District IV supremecy Monday night at Sherman Park with the winner advancing to next weekend’s state tournament, which will take place at Randy Hien Field in Lincoln. Burrillville and Lincoln were the only two teams in the district to compile undefeated records during pool play, each squad posting identical 4-0 records.

McGair: Youkilis' agent says client in good frame of mind; the importance of cutting off Carl Crawford's throws

July 15, 2012

We’ll guess that Kevin Youkilis steps into the batter’s box at Fenway Park around 7:13 Monday night — three minutes after Red Sox pitcher Aaron Cook rocks back and issues the first offering of the game.

Ballot set for Sept. 11 primary

July 15, 2012

WOONSOCKET – State Sen. Roger A. Picard, of 764 Mendon Road, will run for re-election without an opponent and state representatives Lisa Baldelli-Hunt and Jon D. Brien both face primary elections for their seats as a result of the close of the General Assembly candidate nomination process on Friday.

Parks and Rec Dept. urges parents and their children to ‘Just Play’

July 15, 2012

WOONSOCKET – Jamal Lee saw the poster on a building at Bernon Park after playing softball with his adult league: the city was starting up a new recreational program for parents and children.
A few days later, the 38-year-old public health major at Rhode Island College was at Cass Park with his kids, swinging a badminton racket, making crafts, and having fun.
He liked it so much that he and his children, Alanah, 7, Olivia, 5, and Isaiah, 11, did it all over again two days later at Cold Spring Park.

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