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Archive - Dec 16, 2011

SKHS senior has a vision for school’s landscape design

December 16, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Through the collaboration of South Kingstown High School students and University of Rhode Island landscape architecture seniors, the high school’s landscape may take on a new shape in coming years.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Name change lawsuit needs work

December 16, 2011

PROVIDENCE—Legal representatives of the South Kingstown Chamber of Commerce (SKCC) and the Greater Westerly-Pawcatuck and Narragansett Chambers of Commerce met in court on Tuesday to present their statements regarding SKCC’s name change to Southern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce. A number of chambers in Washington County joined together in November to form the United Chambers of Southern Rhode Island and have filed a lawsuit against SKCC for the name change, deeming it a hostile maneuver to weaken the strength of chambers of commerce throughout southern Rhode Island

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Preview today's The Narragansett Times

December 16, 2011

Though the fall college semester is coming to a close, it has not slowed news down at the University of Rhode Island. In today's paper, we have a story about how one East Greenwich's plans to introduce a bill has sparked debate across the state on whether campus police should carry guns.

We also have the story on President Dooley's proposed retirement incentive program for faculty and non-classified staff.

With the holidays fast approaching, the Courthouse Center for the Arts has begun its production of "Home for the Holidays", CCA’s take on Christmas time.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Cardozo replaces Serra on Chariho School Committee

December 16, 2011

WOOD RIVER JUNCTION - The Chariho School Committee is back at full strength.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Mom's heart maintains son's memory with fund

December 16, 2011

By MARTHA SMITH
Special to The Standard

NORTH KINGSTOWN – John Montanaro III was a student at Providence College, majoring in secondary education and dreaming of becoming a math teacher when he died this past April.
He was 19 and had been battling Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) non-stop for six years. “From June 2005 to April 2011, there was never a time he wasn’t in treatment,” says his mother, Debbie.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

 

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