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Woonsocket whitewashes Mt. Hope, 20-0

October 11, 2013

BRISTOL – In a sea of big plays, there was one in particular on this Friday night that captured what this Woonsocket High football team is all about.

With host Mount Hope looking to gain any sort of traction against a Woonsocket defense that continues to be the definition of stingy, the Huskies opted for a little trickery. Down six points in the third quarter, one of Mount Hope’s key cogs in the running game, Aidan Silva, took the exchange from center.

Shutdown forces National Guard band to stand down from Autumnfest march

October 11, 2013

WOONSOCKET – Don’t look for the Rhode Island National Guard marching band in the lead division of the Autumnfest Parade on Columbus Day.
They won’t be there.

For the first time in many years, the 40-member military contingent known as the “Governor’s Own 88th Army Band” will be unable to perform in the parade – and other holiday events around the state – because of the partial government shutdown.

Wayne H. Greening

October 11, 2013

Wayne H. Greening

CUMBERLAND- Wayne H. Greening, 80, of Sumner St. Cumberland, died October 9, 2013 in the Oakland Grove Health Care Center, Woonsocket. He was the husband of the late Betty Law-Greening, and Sophia Sullivan (Greening) Boardman.
Born in Cambridge, NE, he was the son of the late Orra and Ethel (Cotton) Greening.
A Navy Veteran of the Korean War, Mr. Greening was the owner of a dry wall company for many years. Wayne also boxed professionally and was an avid pool player.

John Carl Archambault

October 11, 2013

John Carl
Archambault

BELLOWS FALLS, VT- John Carl Archambault died peacefully in his sleep on Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013 after a long battle with Multiple Sclerosis.
He was an avid fly fisherman who started his own company making and distributing fishing flies. A display of his fishing flies can be seen at the Orvis museum in Manchester, VT. John had opened a satellite office for his fly fishing business in Poland before moving to Bellows Falls, VT.
He is survived by his daughter Emily, his parents Carl and Louise, his three sisters, Carla, Joanne and Lisa and a brother Eric.

Charles E. Stand

October 11, 2013

Charles E. Stand

WHITINSVILLE, MA- Charles E. "Eddie" Stand, 98, of Whitinsville died Fri. Oct. 11, 2013 in the Beaumont Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Ctr., Northbridge.
He was the husband of Florence C. (Clark) Stand who died Jan. 11, 1997.
Mr. Stand was a truck driver for Hemmingway Transportation for 40 years, retiring in 1976.
Mr. Stand was born December 14, 1914 in Providence, RI the son of the late Charles and Julia (Chiaki) Stand.

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