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Archive - Nov 2011

November 13th

Ethier’s plan almost perfect

November 13, 2011

NORTH SCITUATE — For the first mile of Sunday’s Rhode Island state girls cross country race at Ponaganset High’s Cover Bridge 5,000-meter course, everything was going according to plan for South Kingstown senior Paige Ethier.

High school develops new policy for student dropouts

November 13, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN –A male high school graduate who works until age 65 will earn, on average, nearly $333,000 more than a high school dropout, while a worker with some college education will earn $538,000 more according to a report by Education and Synthetic Work-Life Earnings. These are some of the statistics South Kingstown guidance counselors and principals will use to convince students to finish their education after state law changed regarding when a student can withdraw from school.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

East Greenwich Little League to have lights next summer

November 13, 2011

EAST GREENWICH — A light snack and lights on a baseball field...somehow, they just go together.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Boating accident leaves one dead

November 13, 2011

JAMESTOWN – A fishing trip turned deadly over the weekend when a boat carrying three friends sank in Jamestown, leading to one fatality.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Stump Pond to benefit from state grant

November 13, 2011

COVENTRY- The Coventry Land Trust has received $325,000 after the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (RIDEM) awarded the state $4.3 million in open space grants.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

November 12th

Football squad falls

November 12, 2011

COVENTRY — Cumberland’s one quarter of domination was just enough to overcome Coventry’s three quarters of solid play.

A Coast Guard veteran looks back on the history of the Barque Eagle (Opinion)

November 12, 2011

It seems the term “Tall Ship” must have come from John Masefield’s poem, Sea Fever. My sea-faring Dad quoted that poem to me a hundred times, but he never sailed in a Tall Ship. Still, as a seafarer, he too felt the romance that whistled with the wind in the rigging.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers
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