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The Valley Breeze Pawtucket 07-18-2018

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©2018 BREEZE PUBLICATIONS INC. Serving Pawtucket Breeze THE VALLEY FREE JULY 18-24, 2018 BREEZE PHOTOS BY BILL MURPHY LIZ QUAGLELI, 8, left, and KEDERIUS STEVENS, 7, both of Pawtucket, play in the bouncy house at a neighbor- hood block party at Payne Park last Saturday. The block party was held at the finish of the 10th anniversary Unity, Love, Art, Culture and Peace Parade, presented by the Pawtucket Commission on Arts and Culture. See more photos on page 10. Task at hand: Digesting specifics of revised stadium deal Grebien says Worcester simply can't compete on location PAWTUCKET – It was another weekend of solid attendance at McCoy Stadium, with total combined atten- dance of about 23,000 over three games, continuing an upward numbers trend helped by great weather and spe- cial events at the stadium. While the PawSox have yet to com- mit to staying in Pawtucket for the long haul, Mayor Donald Grebien said this week he believes it's only a matter of time before a deal is struck with the team to build a new stadium at the Apex department store site off I-95. While some have speculated that the PawSox might be holding off on announcing a final destination because the team is planning to leave for Worcester, Mass., and is trying to avoid an attendance drop, Grebien says this quiet period is to allow for "good-faith discussions" to continue, as all parties try to comprehend enabling legislation passed by the General Assembly late last month. By ETHAN SHOREY Valley Breeze Managing Editor ethan@valleybreeze.com See STADIUM, Page 21 PAWTUCKET – The Guild, the largest brewery in Rhode Island's craft beer capital, has attracted more than 42,000 visitors to the city since opening last spring. Jeremy Duffy, updating the City Council on the progress of development at the brewery last Wednesday, said he and co-owner Devin Kelly are fulfilling their origi- nal promise now that manufacturing is up and running well, starting the second phase of their development plan: growing their retail presence with the addition of a new beer hall in the 131,000-square-foot former mill building. "It is going according to plan," he said. The spot, designed to be a hang- out for visitors, will be located in the former Living Well Adult Day Care space, to the left side of the complex when entering the large parking area off Main Street, across from the senior center. It will seat up to 200 people, but Duffy said he doesn't expect to come close to that capacity. Many of the brewery's growing list of reg- More than 42,000 visit The Guild, with new beer hall on the way By ETHAN SHOREY Valley Breeze Managing Editor ethan@valleybreeze.com Partying for peace See THE GUILD, Page 8 DUFFY Wills & Trusts Estate Planning & Settlement The Law Office of George M. Prescott Esquire Rhode Island does not have a procedure for the certification or recognition of specialization by lawyers. 300 Front Street, Lincoln, RI 02865 Telephone – 401.726.5577 www.GeorgeMPrescottLaw.com No fee for initial consultation. Family Owned Since 1926 $100 Off Any New Boiler or Tankless Water Heater Call NOW to take advantage of the Energy Rebate Program LIC. #RIMP882 Specializing In: • High Efficiency Gas Boilers • Tankless Water Heaters • Ductless Mini Split A/C Systems • Boiler Maintenance and Repair CALL NOW TO SCHEDULE YOUR YEARLY GAS BOILER & FURNACE MAINTENANCE Call for SUMMER SAVINGS 401-654-5259

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