Archive - Apr 2011
CHARLESTOWN â Oyster Works, an architecture, design and project management firm, announced that Damara Ortolani Sisti, of Tiverton, will join their team.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN â A Providence man wanted for the February Kings Ridge Road home invasion was arrested last Wednesday after Middletown police found him.
Jaylon S. Butler, 19 of 171 Reynolds Ave., Apt. 2, Providence was charged with three felonies: assault with a deadly weapon in a house, burglary, and conspiracy.
Butler was one of the four armed men who invaded the home at 44 Kings Ridge Road, the residence of Derek Benoit on Feb. 4 demanding marijuana and money and assaulting Benoit with baseball bats.
Thomas Mulligan knew from an early age that he wanted to be a member of the North Kingstown Police Department. Now, he's in charge of it.
The 25-year veteran of the force was sworn in as police chief Monday evening and, in this week's Standard Times, we'll tell you a little bit more about the man behind the uniform.
In addition, we've got all the latest news on budget talks with the NK Town Council, not to mention an update on legislation proposed by several state representatives that hopes to challenge the release of convicted killer Michael Woodmansee.
Place Div/Tot No. Name City St Ag S Time Pace
1 1/10 6 Blazejewski Ryan Narragansett RI 34 M 2:39:10 6:05
2 1/11 13 Allen Brian Fitchburg MA 39 M 2:39:49 6:06
3 2/11 3 Alig G. Casanova Princeton NJ 37 M 2:44:04 6:16
4 3/11 8 McNeiece Brian Narragansett RI 39 M 2:44:19 6:17
5 1/22 9 Principe David Cranston RI 44 M 2:44:36 6:17
6 2/10 7 Longenecker Robert Lititz PA 22 M 2:45:56 6:20
7 1/17 5 Bentley Raymond Elverson PA 51 M 2:47:29 6:24
8 3/10 24 Linde Cooper Lyndell PA 23 M 2:48:29 6:26
9 4/10 41 Ford Jeffrey Hilton Head SC 22 M 2:49:53 6:29
10 2/22 21 Rocco Jon Colonie NY 44 M 2:50:38 6:31
SOUTH KINGSTOWN â The Chamber of Commerceâs Board of Directors voted Wednesday to oppose Governor Chafeeâs proposed budget and tax plan.
âOur chamberâs position is to say no to the sales tax expansion proposal,â Joe Iacoi, Executive Director of the South Kingstown Chamber of Commerce said. âFrankly, the more I learn of it Iâm surprised of the sweeping nature of what's being debated.â
The Board stated that it opposes the tax plan for many reasons, including that it believes the estimated millions of dollars paid to the Rhode Island by the tax increase will be taken out of an already weak economy.
NORTH KINGSTOWNâWhen Allison Chatowsky talks about homelessness and the effect it has on the children not only in her kindergarten classroom at Quidnessett Elementary School but throughout North Kingstown, thereâs one thing she feels passionate about above all.
âWhat more would I like to see done?,â she asks on a recent Friday afternoon. âI would definitely like to see our children not be labeled. All children should be identified and treated equally.â
Chatowsky is not alone in her view. In fact, her school goes above and beyond its duties to try to put every child on equal footing.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN - The South Kingstown girls had no problem finding goals Tuesday against East Greenwich.
The Avengers weren't exactly struggling either.
With two of the top offenses in the state going at one another with impressive scoring attack after impressive scoring attack, East Greenwich went on a 6-1 spurt midway through the second half to break a tied game and held on at the end to beat SK 17-15.
Kiley Powers led the Avs with seven goals and Meg Greineder had four with Marielle Kraft chipping in with three. Anna Basile, Betsy Thompson and Julia Waicberg added one apiece.