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Archive - May 2011

May 28th

A Salute To Those Who Served (Part 3): Travel opportunity a plus

May 29, 2011

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Ted Johnson, 78, spent exactly three years, three months and three days in the Navy on a heavy cruiser out of Norfolk, Va. The USS Newport News CA-148 was the flagship of the 6th Fleet.
“We went to ports that some others didn’t go to,” Johnson recalls. One of his most prominent early duties was to formally welcome dignitaries visting the Admiral.

Saturday's highlights and Sunday's events

May 28, 2011

Baseball
Win
Division I inners' bracket final
North Kingstown 18, East Providence 0
NORTH KINGSTOWN - James Riley-Garnett threw a five-inning no hitter and Jared Habershaw hit a three-run home run that highlighted a big day at the dish as the North Kingstown baseball team beat East Providence, 18-0, to advance to the state semifinals.
The Skippers will play either Moses Brown or Cranston West Wednesday, thanks to the Quakers win over the Falcons Saturday afternoon.

East Greenwich 12, Cranston East 5

URI, CRMC hold local workshop on marine planning

May 28, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN—The ocean is a vast and multicolored canvas upon which humans use different paint strokes in order to classify and document its usages. In any given area, the seascape is used for everything from launching kayaks to dredging the ocean’s bottom to construct underwater natural gas lines. No one document, however, exists to catalog all of these usages at any particular time.

May 27th

A Salute To Those Who Served (Part 2): Livingston fought in three wars

May 28, 2011

JAMESTOWN – Bruce Livingston limps a bit as he shows visitors around his waterfront home and onto the deck. “You can sit out here, drink your coffee and fish right off the porch,” he proclaims.

Friday's playoff action, Saturday's games

May 27, 2011

Baseball
East Greenwich 18, St. Raphael 6
EAST GREENWICH - Playing in another do-or-die game, East Greenwich scored early and didn't stop the rest of the game, eliminated St. Raphael from the Division I playoffs with an 18-6 win.
The Avengers scored 18 runs on 16 hits, three of which were home runs. John Kalajian had a pair of two-run shots and David Hopkins hit one in his 4-for-6 day.

Tolman 14, Narragansett 4
PAWTUCKET - The Narragansett baseball team looked like they'd have a shot to upset Tolman after playing a close game with the Tigers in a loss Wednesday.

Tempers flare in SK as teachers stand in solidarity

May 27, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – South Kingstown teachers stood up in solidarity against the school committee and Superintendent Tuesday night, filling the Broad Rock Middle School with passion, determination and frustration. After the school committee adopted two policies and tabled one policy concerning teacher evaluation, transfers and layoffs and the Code of Professional Responsibility, teachers did not hold back their disfavor and the trust between teachers and the school department began to ebb.

May 26th

A Salute To Those Who Served (Part 1): Marine Corps League aids charities at home

May 27, 2011

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Warren Becker, who will turn 85 in a few weeks, is quick to point out there’s no such thing as an ex-Marine. Once a Marine, always a Marine is the byword of this proud military branch.
In World War II, he explains, “I was a seagoing Marine, attached to Navy cruisers. I went to South America and around Cape Horn into the Pacific but not the actual war zone.”

 

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