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The Valley Breeze Pawtucket 07-29-2020

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8 PAWTUCKET JULY 29-AUGUST 4, 2020 | VALLEY BREEZE | PAWTUCKET EDITION BREEZE PHOTOS BY CHARLES LAWRENCE ANNMARIE ZARRELLA, of Pawtucket, says she loves the taste of fresh food as she buys fresh potatoes at the Pawtucket Farmers Market, held at 374 Main St., behind Harvest Kitchen, every Wednesday, 3-6 p.m., through Oct. 28. Pawtucket has a new Farmers Market offering farm fresh products at 374 Main St. in the city. NICK BOSH, of C & M Farms in Rehoboth, Mass., right, offers fresh corn, pota- toes, zucchini, broccoli, carrots and more. The new Farmers Market is small but they've only been in busi- ness a few weeks. Organizers expect the market to grow in the weeks ahead. Farm fresh in the city IN BRIEF Trusts set up to compensate Gorham workers diagnosed with cancer PROVIDENCE – Gorham Manufacturing plant workers employed before 1981 diagnosed with various cancers are entitled to special benefits. Lung cancer, esophageal cancer, laryngeal cancer, pharyngeal cancer, stomach cancer, colon cancer, rectal cancer, and mesothelioma are fre- quently caused by asbestos exposure. Asbestos-laced products were used for decades at Gorham Manufacturing, and neither employees nor manage- ment were aware of the asbestos risk, according to a press release. To compensate cancer victims and the families of deceased cancer vic- tims, federal bankruptcy courts have required asbestos manufacturers to set aside hundreds of millions of dol- lars in private trusts. Through these trusts, cancer victims can receive money damages by the filing of timely, detailed, and accurate claims. Norris Injury Lawyers has announced a specific initiative to assist Gorham employees in recover- ing money set aside for them in these asbestos trusts. Cancer victims or the families of deceased victims who worked at the plant before 1981 may call 800-478-9578 for a free evaluation of their claim. Additional information is available at For more information, call Robert Norris at 205-397-3111 or email rmn@ . ACROSS 1. Central processing unit 4. Military action 10. How electricity gets to train car- riages (abbr.) 11. Unsafe 12. Of (French) 14. Autonomic ner- vous system 15. Type of bean 16. Accuse formally of a crime 18. Promote 22. Type of lava 23. Meat from a deer 24. Herbaceous plants 26. Potato state 27. Helsinki neigh- borhood 28. Sports officials 30. Shout wildly 31. Reptile genus 34. Frocks 36. Born of 37. N. Scandinavian indigenous people 39. Poultry cage 40. Aquatic insect genus 41. Of I 42. Ad __: tirelessly repetitive 48. Item 50. Produce 51. Seedless raisin 52. Bond in a third party's control 53. Legendary char- acter __ Finn 54. Space station 55. Note at the end of a letter 56. In a way, contra- dicted 58. Midway between northeast and east 59. Bears important traffic 60. Brooklyn hoop- ster DOWN 1. Presides 2. Artist's tool 3. On a higher floor 4. Commercial 5. Something to watch 6. Chased 7. Commercial pro- ducers 8. Keyboard instru- ment 9. Blue grass state 12. Phonograph recording 13. Unusual 17. Popular average 19. A native or in- habitant of Asia 20. N. Sweden river 21. Related on the mother's side 25. Mediator 29. Partner of to 31. Arm bones 32. Korean seafood dish 33. Tap of the foot 35. Astronauts 38. Carolina foot- baller 41. Indiana city 43. Of or relating to bears 44. Not widely known 45. Body part 46. At the peak 47. High-pitched cries of a cat 49. A way to intim- idate 56. Prosecutor 57. Atomic #66 Answers to this week's crossword puzzle can be found on page 14. Commitment to Quality Dependable Trusted Accurate Inspirational 6 Blackstone Valley Place, Suite #204, Lincoln, Rhode Island 02865 Phone 401-334-9555 Fax 401-334-9994 Website Making our communities stronger by telling their stories. Please consider supporting The Valley Breeze today – Visit In our 25 years of existence, we've been all of this and more. From the beginning, we've believed that a hyper-local news model is what best serves our readers. The Breeze is free to our readers, and will remain free, but our hope is that those readers with the resources to invest in journalism where they live will choose to take a more active role in this local news success story, joining advertisers in helping to bring it to the people each and every week. Thank you to all who have donated! Your monthly or one-time contributions are greatly appreciated!

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