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Coventry 11s play Western Saturday at 1:00 p.m.

July 29, 2011

BRANDEN MELLO
bmello@ricentral.com
WARWICK — A Coventry little league team will be meeting a team from Cranston in the opening game of a state tournament in Warwick.
Sound familiar?
One week after Central Coventry’s Major Division All-Stars played Cranston Western in the opening game of the state tournament, Coventry Little league’s 11-Year-Old All-Stars will play the league’s first state tournament game when they meet Western’s 11s at 1:00 p.m. at Warwick Continental.

The Seafood Festival is back with a splash

July 29, 2011

CHARLESTOWN - During the weekend of Friday, Aug. 5, Ninigret Park will be flooded with tens of thousands of people experiencing all types of summer fun. From kids riding carnival rides to adults enjoying 80’s-rock tribute bands, all ages of people will be indulging in all variety of entertainment. Not to mention all the local seafood one could possibly eat.

Ocean Special Area Management Plan receives federal approval

July 29, 2011

NARRAGANSETT—No one would disagree that the ocean is a valuable resource which accommodates multiple users, from schools of fish to archaeological surveys. Commercial fishermen, architectural firms, and university scientists are among the many competing parties who wish to preserve, understand, and utilize every facet of the ocean’s bounty. The Ocean Special Area Management Plan, or SAMP, is the first tool in the country which will help to negotiate these relationships.

Sundlun stood watch over the island

July 29, 2011

BY MARTHA SMITH
Special to the Standard

JAMESTOWN – Former Governor Bruce G. Sundlun, who died at his home last Thursday at the age of 91, is remembered here not for his business acumen, his courageous leadership of the state or his powerful patronage of the arts.
Sundlun’s local legacy is that of a man deeply interested in his community, always willing to talk over matters of civic concern, available to serve as figurehead for the smallest island observances and as patrician figure frequently seen at town council meetings.

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