Archive - Jan 15, 2011
WOOD RIVER JCT. â The Chariho Regional School District superintendent's proposed budget of $54.37 million for fiscal year 2011-12 represents a 3.3 percent increase over the current year's voter-approved budget of $52.62 million.
NARRAGANSETT/WAKEFIELDâAt the beginning of Snow, a novel by Nobel Laureate Orhan Pamuk's book, he writes of a Turkish passenger, "The silence of snow, thought the man sitting just behind the bus driver. If this were the beginning of a poem, he would have called the thing he felt inside the silence of snow."
NARRAGANSETTâPaul Raymond, the head of Quest Montessori School and a prospective property-owner in the town said in an interview that he is up against âsignificant obstaclesâ in the stateâs current system of regulatory controls.Â Recently, his proposal to re-zone a portion of Boston Neck Road as âcommercialâ has stalled and his schoolâs future in the town is threatened.Â After months of architectural designs, engineering plans, wetland protection zones, and traffic reports were approved by the planning board, the council has twice delayed re-zoning the property.
CRANSTON â The easy portion of the Coventry High wrestling teamâs schedule is about to end and the iron of Rhode Island wrestling is about to test just how much the Oakers have improved this season.
Coventry, which has spent the first half of the season wrestling Division I-South teams, wrestled its only match of the week Friday at Cranston East and rolled to a comfortable win over the rebuilding Thunderbolts.
The West Warwick Wizards now stand all alone atop the Division II standings.
Junior guard Max Motroni poured in a game high 33 points, to go along with nine assists and seven rebounds to lead his team to a 95-86 victory over the North Providence Cougars.
Teammates John Morrison chipped in 25 points and senior forward Chuck Dalton came through with 19 points and 10 rebounds.