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Archive - Oct 5, 2013

Novans on a roll: Woonsocket’s D keys fourth straight win in 12-7 defeat of Westerly

October 5, 2013

WOONSOCKET – On a Saturday afternoon when Woonsocket High could get little going offensively – excepting a pair of monumental, game-changing, first-half plays – head coach Carnell Henderson pretty much knew he'd need to rely on his defense to achieve a successful outcome.

Cumberland pitmaster enjoys taste of victory at BBQ contests

October 5, 2013

CUMBERLAND – On a night out at Wes’ Rib House nine years ago, Christopher Clegg of Cumberland got his first taste of authentic ‘que.
Clegg was so impressed with the restaurant’s fall-off-the-bone moist baby back ribs and tender wood-smoked chicken, he went out and bought a smoker at an end-of-season sale with big ideas of replicating the kind of rib house-quality barbecue he had experienced dining out.

‘Corn Crop’ dress survives eighth trip down the aisle

October 5, 2013

PAWTUCKET — Many readers enjoyed the story that appeared in the Times of bride-to-be Beth Coakley and her “corn crop dress.” The satin and lace bridal gown, first worn by Coakley’s great-aunt, Mary Gantz Bader, in 1949, had been passed down to a bride in every generation of her mother’s family after that, from the 1950s to the 1990s.

Coakley is happy to report that the heirloom dress officially stood the test of time at her Aug. 31 nuptials to Pawtucket native Robert M. Bedard on Cape Cod, and she provided The Times with wedding photos to prove it.

Autumnfest beer garden offering craft brews, Patriots tailgate party

October 5, 2013

WOONSOCKET – As the coordinator of the Autumnfest beer tent, Michael Dubois of the Rotary Club has been on a three-year quest with a simple aim: Keep the beer tent a friendly, safe and wholesome part of the annual festival.

As his mission comes to an end in 2013, Dubois is glad to report that he accomplished his goals. And this year, he says, the beer tent will be bigger, better and – yes – craftier than ever.

WOONSOCKET — Since last October, Mike St. Germain and dozens of other folks have spent countless...
When Hilary Dionne graduated from Dartmouth College in 2007 after a spectacular running career for...
PAWTUCKET — To PawSox manager Kevin Boles, Shane Victorino passed his first rehab test. Playing...
WOONSOCKET – Despite an early fundraising setback, COPS Walk is forging ahead this spring and hopes to outstrip last...
MILLVILLE – For Justin O’Connell, 2013 was supposed to be The Year. After years of training, after the struggle just to...
UXBRIDGE – A Worcester Superior Court judge Tuesday reduced bail for a 62-year-old registered sex offender and Uxbridge...

 

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