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The Newport woman, who lost part of her left leg in the Boston Marathon bombings, threw out the first pitch.
Hundreds of kids and parents turn out for the annual EG rite of spring known as the Little League Opening Day parade.
If the 2012 season was the ultimate rebuilding year, 2013 is seeing the benefit.
Division I Tennis seems to suit this team.
Most among the top finishers were EGHS students or grads.
So far, Krista Jarrell, Julie Oh, Mark Schwager, Rick and Leigh Del Sesto, Evie Janson, Lisa Meenan, and Anna Greeley have been heard from.
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The bombs went off along the course, just shy of the finish line.
They include a mother of eight and a town official.
By afternoon, the crowds had thinned but there were still several anglers plying the waters.
East Greenwich won the match 4-3; South Kingstown hadn't lost a regular season match since 2011.
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