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Interest Would Bring Cost of PawSox Stadium to $158M Over 30 Years

PAWTUCKET, R.I. (AP) — Officials say state and local taxpayers would help the Pawtucket Red Sox pay about $158 million over 30 years to build a new downtown ballpark, accounting for interest payments on bonds that would be issued under the proposal. 116 more words

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Pawtucket's 21 Vietnam Heroes (Published 5/17/17 Prov. Journal)

PAWTUCKET’S 21 VIETNAM WAR HEROES MONUMENT
THE MIRACLE AT SLATER PARK

On May 21st, 1966 Marine Lance Corporal Antonio Maciminio died when shot jumping out of a helicopter into a combat zone becoming the first Pawtucket native killed in Vietnam. 672 more words

Astrology and Your Health

If you’ll be in the Providence, RI area tomorrow, and you’ll have your lunch hour free, you might consider stopping by The Empowerment Factory in Pawtucket. 74 more words

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The Real McCoy

It might not be around much longer, so what better time than now to review the home of the Pawtucket Red Sox: McCoy Stadium!  Of course you can find out all about how much a seat costs (cheap!), food reviews(pretty good!), and what else there is to do in the area (nothing!), from all kinds of other blogs and websites.   627 more words

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Firm Hired To Study Impact of New PawSox Stadium Proposals

PAWTUCKET, R.I. (AP) — The Pawtucket Red Sox and the city have jointly hired a national firm to explore the financial impact of a new stadium on the city’s downtown revitalization effort. 119 more words

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Bucket Brewery - Pawtucket, RI

Love the news that was bouncing around that Marshawn Lynch has “privately discussed” joining the Patriots if any deal with the Raiders falls through. I don’t care that he’s been out for a year, he’d still be a harder runner than Blount and he hates talking to the media. 596 more words

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Driver charged in triple-fatal crash faces judge

PAWTUCKET, R.I. (WPRI) — A Pawtucket man facing several charges following a crash that killed of three women last Thursday was arraigned in Providence District Court Monday. 329 more words

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