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Where were you when Kennedy was shot?

November 21, 2013

WOONSOCKET – She lives at Kennedy Manor today on Clinton Street, but on Nov. 22, 1963, Sandra Davis, 61, had been in school in her sixth-grade classroom at the Fifth Avenue Elementary School in Fairmount.

“Mr. Page, my teacher, came into the classroom and announced President Kennedy has just been shot. I’ll never forget it,” Davis said while sitting with friends in the Kennedy Manor community room.

Davis, who is a member of her mother Margie Desrosiers’ crochet group at Kennedy Manor, said times were different for kids back in the Cold War days than they are today.

Super Bowl berth is at stake for Saints, Clippers in tonight's Division II playoff game at Tucker Field

November 21, 2013

PAWTUCKET — The saying goes that you can't look ahead without fully understanding where you've been – and why.
Both Cumberland High chief Chris Skurka and St. Raphael Academy mentor Mike Sassi are utilizing that philosophy as they prepare their clubs for a monumental R.I. Division II semifinal, slated for Tucker Field at 7 p.m., Friday.

They're hungry for victory: Manfredo battles Gingras in super middleweight showdown at Twin River

November 21, 2013

LINCOLN — Ask any professional boxer what the toughest part of their craft is and the answer is pretty much unanimous.
It’s not the fights themselves, nor is it the months of training and sparring they devote prior to those bouts.
Rather, it’s the 24-48 hours before they have to weigh in on the day before their fights, and if you needed any proof of that, all you had to do was check out Thursday afternoon’s final weigh-in and press conference at the Wicked Good Bar & Grill’s back room at Twin River.

NEW: Shakeup at Woonsocket City Hall?

November 21, 2013

WOONSOCKET – City Clerk Andrea Bicki says she has learned that the incoming City Council wants to replace her – the first confirmed news of a politically driven personnel change at City Hall since the election.
The job, which pays $63,915 a year, will apparently be offered to Personnel Director Christina Harmon-Duarte, according to memos circulating about City Hall.

Alice M. Laferriere

November 21, 2013

Alice M. Laferriere

WOONSOCKET- Alice M. (Farland)Laferriere 88, of Manila Ave. died Friday November 15, 2013. She was the wife of the late Henry Laferriere.
Born in Woonsocket, she was a daughter of the late Joseph and Alma (Cayer) Farland. Alice was a textile worker in area textile mills for many years she also worked for Texas Instruments. She was the 1939 Miss American Legion, Belhumeur Duhamel Post.
She is survived by ten nieces and nephews, and was predeceased by her siblings, Edgar, Albert, Raymond, and Eugene Farland, Rina Marcel, and Edna Aubin.

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