SOUTH KINGSTOWNâ€“The town council approved the preliminary budget for next year at Monday nightâ€™s meeting amidst tension as councilman Jim Oâ€™Neill voted against it.
The total municipal budget is $89,774,895. From the municipal programs, the general fund received $73,372,050. The water fund is $963,949. The wastewater fund is $3,201,247. The solid waste fund is $719,603. The Peace Dale office building received $90,289. The neighborhood guild fund is $834,192. The senior services program received $726,208. The school fund received $58,434,545.
BY JAMES MEROLLA
There were 10,000 plugs, but no sockets, 10,000 jigs but no dances, and hundreds more gulps and spoons that had nothing to do with food.
Welcome to the very successful 8th Annual Rhode Island Salt Water Anglers Associationâ€™s annual fishing show spectacular, with an angle for every angler and the allure of a million lures.
By DAVID PEPIN
East Greenwich School Superintendent Victor Mercurio will have a new entrance, administrative and guidance offices, and science labs to show off for the New England Association of Schools and Colleges accreditation when it visits East Greenwich High School April 14-18.
Downstairs, however, lies what could be the Achillesâ€™ heel of the schoolâ€™s effort to win accreditation for the next 10 years: the library and media center.
NORTH KINGSTOWN â€“ At Mondayâ€™s North Kingstown Town Council meeting, members unanimously approved the purchase of a new rescue vehicle for the NK Fire Department.