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Insight, News, and Opinion by Nick Abramo
Welcome to Bedrock Sports Marlboro, your go-to place for compelling tales of some of the city's fascinating people, places and history. Editor/writer Nick Abramo was 1 1/2 when his family moved from Waltham to Marlboro in 1961. He got to know many residents, of course, during his formative years and graduation from MHS in 1978, while writing for the Enterprise-Sun from 1981 through 1986 and by keeping up with some of them on Facebook since 2010.
I own two rings. One I wear every day. The other is now within sight after being tucked away for about 40 years. Well, the first one is easy to explain. It is a symbol of my love and marriage to one Lynn Vicente of Eleele Kauai, who now goes by Vince Abramo. She’s an amazing person, really. A wonderful wife and mother. How fortunate I am to have met her and luckily smart enough to know how to keep her close to my heart. And so what about that ring? It’s gold with a Hawaiian d
Editor’s note: This story was written for the Bedrock Sports Hawaii audience, but it also may enlighten the Bedrock Sports Marlboro readers about a particular anarchical situation involving fireworks in Hawaii. Therefore, it will run on both websites. — Fireworks are illegal in Hawaii, yet fireworks are “legal” in Hawaii. The word legal has quotation marks around it because otherwise the sentence is not logical. Another way to say it is that fireworks are de facto legal. But,