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The Valley Breeze Pawtucket 09-12-2018

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PAWTUCKET EDITION | VALLEY BREEZE | SEPTEMBER 12-18, 2018 ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL 5 Voters deciding today on council, school board, General Assembly candidates PAWTUCKET – Voters heading to the polls today, Sept. 12, have a number of key Democratic primaries to decide, including: • The at-large race between seven Democrats seeking one of three top bids and the right to move on to the general election. Running to advance are recently elected incum- bent Councilor Michael Araujo and incumbent Councilor Albert Vitali Jr., as well as James Chellel Jr., Emmanuel Echevarria, Elena Vasquez, Janie Lee Segui Rodriguez, and Mark Theroux. Araujo and Vitali are the endorsed Democrats in the race. Waiting on the three winners in November's general election are independents Melissa DaRosa and Rodney Barber. Dana Drowne's name will also appear on the primary ballot, since he withdrew late from the race. His inclusion on the ballot could still have an impact on who ultimately comes out on top. • The School Committee race between eight Democrats seek- ing seven slots and the chance to do the same thing again in November against independent Jorge Gil. School board Chairman See PRIMARIES, Page 7 ACROSS 1. Feel pain 5. Interest rate 8. Long narrative poem 12. Sedimentary rock 14. No (Scottish) 15. Ribosomal ribo- nucleic acid 16. Sleep gear 18. One who buys and sells secu- rities 19. Cincinnati ball- players 20. Of the backbone 21. Car mechanics group 22. Iranian village 23. Canadian pen- insula 26. For all ills or diseases 30. Known for his "razor" 31. One who plays the viola 32. Resinlike sub- stance 33. Educational association 34. Inappropriate 39. A team's best pitcher 42. The cost of bus travel 44. Badgerlike mammal 46. Popular sport in Ireland 47. Written works 49. Pop 50. Consumed 51. Something comparable to another 56. Wild goat 57. One-time space station 58. Outline of a plan 59. Actress Petty 60. An electrically charged atom 61. Chewed and swallowed 62. Bones (Latin) 63. Central nervous system 64. Type of pipe DOWN 1. Vipers 2. Pal 3. One who has been to Mecca 4. Energy and enthu- siasm 5. Leaf-footed bug genus 6. Southern belle accessory 7. __ de Mornay, actress 8. Print errors 9. Preceding 10. Asian nation 11. The people in a movie 13. Liberate 17. Strong laxatives 24. Tub 25. Happening 26. Polyvinyl acetate 27. Small island (British) 28. Neither 29. The G.O.A.T. 35. What Goodell oversees 36. One who engag- es in Dawah 37. Tall, rounded vase 38. Electroencepha- lograph 40. Made of clay and hardened by heat 41. Great happiness 42. Chinese surname 43. Supposed ema- nations 44. Travelers 45. Loss of bodily movements 47. Los __, rock group 48. Seabirds 49. Used to store grain 52. Whale ship captain 53. "Joker" actor 54. Portends good or evil 55. Organized group of criminals Answers to this week's crossword puzzle can be found on page 21. Democrat for Governor Spencer Dickinson "I need your vote." www.spencerdickinson.com VOTE: Wednesday, September 12th Paid for by Dickinson Committee ROTARY RUNS AT AUTUMNFEST 5K SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7 TH AT 10 a.m. TO BENEFIT THE MILK FUND STARTS AND FINISHES BEHIND THE BEER TENT ON EAST SCHOOL STREET WOONSOCKET, RI T-SHIRTS AND MEDALS FOR ALL FINISHERS BEER TENT FOR ALL RUNNERS OVER 21 PRIZES TO TOP THREE MEN AND WOMEN OVERALL PRIZES FOR TOP PERSON IN AGE GROUPS REGISTER ONLINE AT AUTUMNFEST.ORG $25 ONLINE $30 DAY OF RACE PACKET PICKUP NEAR THE BEER TENT ON SATURDAY OCTOBER 6 TH from 3 to 6 p.m. DAY OF RACE – 8 to 9:45 a.m. at the BEER TENT

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