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September 9th, 2011

Chariho gridders put a charge into Mariners

September 9, 2011

WOOD RIVER JUNCTION — The Chariho football team got off to a strong start to the season by earning a 37-21 win over Narragansett in a non-league contest under the lights at Chariho High School on Friday night.

Colton Place led the offensive attack for the Chargers in scoring two touchdowns and rushed for 56 yards on eight carries in the first half. Jordan Cassidy added in 51 yards on the ground of his own and also found pay dirt twice. Jansen Williamson had the biggest rush of the game, scampering 65 yards on the first play in the third quarter for a touchdown.

September 8th

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September 9, 2011

September 11th, 2001 was a day that forever changed an entire generation of Americans. Whether you were in New York, Washington or Pennsylvania or just going about your day in any of the other parts of the country, chances are you remember every little detail about that Tuesday morning.
This week, the Standard Times brings you a special look at the events of September 11th, 2011 as seen through the eyes of local residents closest to the attacks.

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Breaking News: Michael Woodmansee to get out of prison tomorrow

September 8, 2011

CRANSTON – Michael Woodmansee, who killed South Kingstown's five-year old Jason Foreman in 1975 will be early released today, two days before his scheduled release.

“The [Foreman] family is upset and rightfully so. This is the third release date change from when they first heard back in the spring that he was being released early after serving only 29 years of a 40 year prison sentence,” Erik Wallin, the Foreman's lawyer said.

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WEB EXCLUSIVE: Tea Party Express rolls through Wickford

September 8, 2011

By LINDSAY OLIVIER
lolivier@ricentral.com

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Close to 200 hundred people braved the raw and rainy weather conditions to turn out for a stop on the Tea Party Express “Reclaiming America” tour that made a pit stop at Wilson Park, North Kingstown Wednesday morning.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

September 6th

Politics as Usual: Politics is supposed to be the art of the possible

September 7, 2011

So besides an earthquake and a hurricane, not all that much happened last week.
The earthquake only tickled us gently; it was more of a curiosity than a disaster in these parts.
I can’t say anything about Hurricane Irene because she hadn’t arrived as of this writing (We had to put the newspaper out early so we can make sure it gets to you in the optimistic expectation that you will have lights to read it by).
Let’s hope everyone weathered the storm safe and dry. Meanwhile, politics marches on.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Woodmansee release postponed again due to bad behavior

September 6, 2011

CRANSTON – Convicted child killer Michael Woodmansee has been ordered to stay in prison a little while longer due to a disciplinary infraction he committed in prison on Aug. 20.

Woodmansee was scheduled to be released Thursday, Sept. 1 but after he failed to stand for the prison count, his release date was pushed back to Sunday, Sept. 11, Rhode Island Department of Corrections spokeswoman, Tracy Zeckhausen said. The convicted child killer has agreed to commit himself voluntarily to a state mental health facility rather than be released into the community.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

September 5th

Tell Me Your Story: Amaral's lifelong love of boats used for charity

September 6, 2011

NORTH KINGSTOWN – John Amaral has a photo of himself at age three, in an old wooden 16-foot lobster boat.
“It weighed about eight million pounds,” he laughs. “I’m wearing a little sailor hat, a bathing suit and a big smile. I’ve been messing around in boats ever since.”

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Paquet wins Labor Day 5k

September 5, 2011

BRANDEN MELLO
bmello@ricentral.com

September 4th

Editorial: What have we learned from irene? Plan and be patient

September 5, 2011

As the dust settled and people around Southern Rhode Island were finally able to take stock of just how much damage was caused by last weekend’s encounter with Irene, a tropical storm by the time it graced the Ocean State with its presence, there was one lesson that really stood out more than any other.

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Richmond PD busy at Washington County Fair

September 4, 2011

RICHMOND - Richmond police officers had little chance to rest at last month’s Washington County Fair, racking up a whopping 33 arrests in just four days.

The fair lasted from August 17 - 21 and all of the arrests were made on the first four days, making it the busiest week for the department this year, according to Police Chief Elwood Johnson.

“This is by far the busiest week we’ve had since I’ve been here,” he said. Johnson became the chief of Richmond Police in 2010.

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