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July 10th, 2015

Pawtucket Red Sox | WELL-DESERVED HONOR: PawSox’ Bradley excited about heading to Triple-A All-Star Game

July 10, 2015

PAWTUCKET – Jackie Bradley Jr. spent the Fourth of July holiday returning to the Pawtucket Red Sox after a nine-day stint, his third of the season, with the parent club.

That designation came following fellow outfielder Shane Victorino's activation the day before.

Approximately 48 hours later, the 25-year-old center fielder received some news of consolation from Pawtucket skipper Kevin Boles. That is, he had been selected to represent the International League's best against the Pacific Coast League in the annual Triple-A All-Star Game, slated for Wednesday night in Omaha, Neb.

VIDEO: Confederate Flag Removed from SC Statehouse

July 10, 2015

July 9th

RONCARATI'S SWEET SCIENCE: Helping pro athletes reach peak performance takes cutting-edge knowledge, and a dose of common sense

July 9, 2015

Editor’s note: Part two of a two-part series

 

City, state chip away at levy solution

July 9, 2015

WOONSOCKET — The City Council will vote in an emergency meeting this afternoon to end the standoff over the $135 million fiscal 2016 budget, allowing Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt to send out new tax bills and avert an imminent cash flow crisis.

How the council intends to resolve its fundamental differences with Baldelli-Hunt over how high taxes should be raised next year was still undecided last night, but several options are on the table.

SUMMER EXCURSION: Former Lincoln High softball standout Mayer to play against Team USA

July 9, 2015

LINCOLN  –  When Lindsay Mayer’s phone buzzed with a text from her Fordham University softball coach shortly before noon on Thursday, June 18, the content astonished her.

The note from Bridget Orchard went something like this: “How would you like to represent a college All-Star team against Team USA in New Jersey?”

Naturally, she had to double-check the offer.

July 8th

BREAKING NEWS: Woonsocket fire under investigation

July 8, 2015

WOONSOCKET — Quick action by local firefighters put out a fire at 95 Bernice Ave. Wednesday evening.

The fire, reported at approximately 9:15 p.m., is believed to have started in the basement, fire officials at the scene said. The incident remained under investigation Wednesday night.

No injuries were reported.

State, mayor, councilors to talk out tax levy differences today

July 8, 2015

WOONSOCKET – The saga of when the city’s tax bills will be mailed continued on Wednesday after a planned meeting with state Department of Revenue officials was put off until today.

July 7th

GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY: Mike Roncarati’s love of physical training took him to top of the sports world

July 7, 2015

In his capacity as strength and conditioning coach for the Golden State Warriors, Mike Roncarati was privy to one of the best seats in the area to watch the best NBA team in 2014-15.

For roughly 2.5 hours each game night, the 27-year-old Roncarati considered himself no different than a paying customer. There’s just one major difference: They aren’t taking a seat behind the Golden State bench and next to the assistant coaches who are responsible for tracking plays.

Stadium Theatre pitches Monument Square traffic makeover

July 7, 2015

WOONSOCKET – Here’s something you don’t see every day: A non-profit organization financing traffic safety improvements at a major public thoroughfare.

It’s happening at Monument Square, courtesy of the Stadium Theatre, whose director says the project is a must-do for the safety of patrons, children in its educational programs, and students at the Beacon Charter School for the Arts, across the street.

For complete story see Wednesday's print edition of The Call.

Soly edges Thibault in North Smithfield Town Council vote

July 7, 2015


NORTH SMITHFIELD – A special election to fill a vacant council seat in early July doesn’t draw big lines at the voting booth as the contest between Anthony L. Soly and Linda B. Thibault showed on Tuesday.

Just over 820 voters turned out to elect Soly, a political newcomer, over Thibault, a former Town Administrator and Town Council member, by a tally of 461 to 367, in the two-way race for the seat held by the late Ernest A. Alter.

For complete story see Wednesday's print edition of The Call.



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