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New England Patriots make decision on Mac Jones, quarterback battle

One of the biggest competitions of NFL training camp was the starting quarterback job for the New England Patriots. Cam Newton and Mac Jones battled last week, and both had strong moments. Jones has made big strides and has earned the respect of everyone in the organization. However, Bill Belichick chose not to name the 15th overall pick of this year’s NFL Draft as the starter. According to ESPN’s Mike Reiss, the Patriots are going with Newton as its starter in his second year with the team.
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Somerset and Providence “New England for Trump” stores to permanently close their doors

After Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the U.S. in 2016, his popularity surged enough that some people saw an opportunity: marketing his personality, issues he was a proponent of, and his campaign slogan “Make America Great Again.” People couldn’t snatch up the pins, bumper stickers, coffee mugs, flags, pro-police and anti-Biden clothing, and novelty items.
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West Hartford welcomes new Mexican restaurant

WEST HARTFORD — Salsa Fresca Mexican Grill recently celebrated its newest location at 345 N. Main St. The franchise held its grand opening on Thursday, though the eatery opened in December as the chain’s 11th location. It celebrated with deals, a chance to win a $100 gift card and a ribbon cutting.

Mac Jones or Cam Newton? Bill Belichick announces Patriots starting QB

Cam Newton has once again been named the New England Patriots’ starting quarterback. New England coach Bill Belichick referred to Newton as his starter when speaking to the press on Saturday. Belichick was first asked about evaluating the quarterback position. “We’ll take a look at the whole situation,” Belichick said....

Bruins Brunch: Krejci farewell, 2nd-line center options and Development Camp

An eventful week of NHL activity, beginning with the opening of free agency on July 28, came to a head on July 30, when Boston Bruins veteran center David Krejci announced Friday that he was returning to his native Czech Republic. His decision has created a significant weakness in Boston’s...
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The Ultimate Newport Guide: What's New and Always Classic

NEWPORT, Rhode Island — Newport leaves little to the imagination when it comes to sharing and preserving its Gilded Age past. That's why you'll see mansion tours and their counterpart, the Cliff Walk, on every itinerary for the popular summer destination that makes for an easy city break from New York (a quick three-and-a-half hour drive) and Boston (a mere 90 minutes). And while the gilded-mirror hallways of the 70-plus room, 19th-century homes will leave your jaw on the marble floors, there are plenty off-the-port ways to enjoy the affluent coastal shores.
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Patriots and 2021-22 NFL Key Dates

Football is back, so it's a good time to present the important dates for the New England Patriots and the NFL for the 2021 season and the next offseason. Monday, Aug. 2 — Patriots practice open to fans, 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 3 — Patriots practice open to fans, 9:30...
Hartford, CTEyewitness News

Technical Discussion: More dry days ahead after tonight's showers!

As the air cool, the front will be less potent as it approaches Connecticut. We have a chance at a thunderstorm in the Northwest Hills. Beyond that, scattered showers will continue through 2 AM. The northwest winds will leave us mostly sunny and dry by sunrise. We can’t rule out a lingering shower in New London at sunrise. Temperatures will once again be seasonable cool overnight.

New England Patriots News August 1, Training Camp Notebook

Good morning, here is your Sunday Patriots news 8-1, it is great to be talking about the first days of training camp. And seeing fans back in the stands was great. The happiest of birthdays to our friend from across the pond Clare Cooper aka @Clazzyclare on Twitter. Enjoy the day!
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Western New England Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ:WNEB) Expected to Announce Earnings of $0.21 Per Share

Analysts expect Western New England Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ:WNEB) to announce $0.21 earnings per share for the current fiscal quarter, Zacks Investment Research reports. Two analysts have issued estimates for Western New England Bancorp’s earnings. The highest EPS estimate is $0.22 and the lowest is $0.20. Western New England Bancorp posted earnings per share of $0.08 during the same quarter last year, which indicates a positive year over year growth rate of 162.5%. The company is scheduled to report its next earnings report on Tuesday, October 26th.
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Events on the Manchester calendar

1. KEEP FLYING RETURNS with Another One Down, The Long Year & Suburban Samurai; 2. Chrissy Bruscato Presents...; 3. NHBFEST DAY ONE: Saving Vice, SleepSpirit, Monument of a Memory & more; 4. One Team Scavenger Hunt Manchester; 5. 4-Hour Sensual Bachata Bootcamp;