Students celebrate spirit day in Pats gear
Friday, February 2, 2018 10:32 PM EST
Friday, February 2, 2018 10:32 PM EST
By: Melissa RandallTwitter: @MRandallABC6Email: email@example.comATTLEBORO, M.A. (WLNE) — Some of the biggest Patriot’s fans in New England go to Brennan Middle School in Attleboro.On Friday, the students celebrated spirit day. They took full advantage of being able to wear their Pats gear to class.
SMITHFIELD, R.I. (WLNE-TV)— After a big win, Patriot fans know how to celebrate. “I called Dad up. C'mon. Let's go. Let's go get the shirts!” said Audrey Wood of Johnston. Shoppers were at Dick’s Sporting Goods in Smithfield even before the sun came up Monday morning. The only thing on their shopping list: AFC Championship merchandise. “My son's birthday is Friday,” said Elizabeth Tiner of North Providence. “I had to buy him this because that was a tremendous game!”It wasn't an easy win, though.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE-TV) — Vinny Paz was released Wednesday morning following a brief court appearance. The boxing great had turned himself in to police earlier in the day and was arraigned on a felony assault charge. Police got a complaint from a man who said Paz beat him up late Monday into Tuesday. That man claims he was punched in the face repeatedly and even had teeth knocked out. He also told investigators he was bitten on the hand.
Today is the 15 year anniversary of the Station Nightclub Fire which killed 100 people. A memorial is planned at the park in West Warwick tonight at 11 to mark the moment the fire started. @ABC6https://t.co/3SeBpVXAlx
AT NOON: A RI State Senator in Superior Court this morning facing a judge & the cameras. This as we learn new details about the arrest of Nicholas Kettle. @SFenlonABC6 live with the details. @ABC6https://t.co/9cNNH90q5c
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