WOONSOCKET – Mount St. Charles cruised to an easy 8-1 win over Cranston on Friday night at Adelard Arena.
The Mounties jumped out to a quick lead with four first-period goals and Cranston never challenged after that.
Scott Anderson has taken the concept of wearing your favorite team colors to a whole new level.
Forget the jerseys and hats. Anderson, 38, of Woonsocket, is showing off his team spirit by getting the Patriots logo shaved into the back of his head. And as Sundayâ€™s AFC Championship between the Patriots and Colts approaches in Foxboro, Anderson says heâ€™s getting lots of smiles and thumbs-ups as Patriots fever grips the Blackstone Valley.
â€śItâ€™s my team and I have to support my time,â€ť says the lifelong Pats fan.
Robert B. Wood
PORT CHARLOTTE, FL - We lost a great American hero today. Robert B. Wood (known to many of his closest friends as "Woody") of Port Charlotte, Florida, formerly of North Smithfield, RI passed away on January 12th, 2015. His proud and loving family surrounded him during his final hours. Born in Wyandotte, Michigan on July 14, 1934, he was the son of the late Blanche Avery and Clarence Wood. He survived three different cancers in the past two years, but brain and spine cancer sadly took its toll on his life.
Constance C. Beaudet
NORTH SMITHFIELD - Constance C. (Vadenais) Beaudet, 91, formerly of Napoleon St. in Woonsocket, RI, died on Monday January 12, 2015 in Saint Antoine Residence.
She was the wife of the late Robert N. Beaudet.
Born in Woonsocket, RI, daughter of the late Arthur and Aurore (Lapre) Vadenais.
Constance worked as an inspector at Narragansett Knitting for several years.
She enjoyed playing bingo, listening to music and dancing. She also loved to travel but really enjoyed spending time with, and baking for, her family and friends.