Archive - Sep 19, 2013
PROVIDENCE â A 15-count superseding federal indictment returned by a Providence grand jury on Wednesday names eight individuals, including three from Central Falls and three from Pawtucket in a contraband cigarette trafficking scheme.
Tolman High head coach Dave Caito calls it the start of a new season. In many ways, this weekendâs Rhode Island high school football schedule is just that for the local teams.
The time has come to put what has amounted to nearly five weeks of preseason camp in the rearview mirror. The 2013 campaign begins in earnest Friday night with the opening of league play, a time where teams battle it out for division championships and jockey for position in league standings, all fighting toward a common goal: to make it to that next â and final â ânewâ â season, a.k.a. the playoffs.
William E. Martin
CUMBERLAND - William E. Martin, 72, of Clark Street. passed away Wednesday at the Philip Hulitar Hospice Center, Providence. He was the beloved husband of Lora G. (Parker) Martin.
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Joseph D. Reynolds III
PROVIDENCE - Joseph D. Reynolds III, 44, passed unexpectedly on September 17th.
He was the son of Joseph D. Reynolds Jr. and Rosemary (Horton) Guindon.
He had been employed as a Machinist for Invensys of Foxboro for 25 years.
Besides his parents he is survived by three brothers, Timothy M. Reynolds and his wife Marissa of Coventry, Douglas M. Reynolds and his wife Shaira of Barrington, Raymond P. Gagnon, a sister, Melissa Gagnon of Pawtucket, and seven nieces and nephews.