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Chief Denault: Real policewoman of Jamestown

August 27, 2011

JAMESTOWN – Angela Denault laughs when she describes her husband’s announcement each time “Policewomen of Broward County” appears on television.
“He says, ‘Your show’s on.’ That certainly doesn’t show what my life is like. I wonder how much of it is staged.”
Having served as the island’s interim police chief since late spring, she was surprised when media outlets made a big deal out of her appointment – the first woman in state history to hold such a position.
“There are women chiefs all over the country,” she notes. “We shouldn’t be raving about what we’re so far behind on.”

Hurricane Watch: Update state beach closures

August 27, 2011

Update from the Department of Environmental Management: State parks, beaches and management areas will be closed on Sunday, Aug. 28 due to expected arrival of Hurricane Irene.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

The Calm Before the Storm

August 27, 2011

Rhode Islanders enjoy one last beach day, though a foggy one, before the storm hits at Scarborough State Beach in Narragansett on Saturday morning at 11. The beach has not closed yet, but Beach Manager Chris Carty said the Department of Environmental Management has restricted swimming to in front of the pavilion.

"We're using our own discretion until we hear from the town," Carty said.

The Narragansett Times will keep you up to date on the latest Hurricane Irene news.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Hurricane Watch: South Kingstown evacuate by 6am Sunday

August 27, 2011

Hurricane Irene remains forecast to be a large and dangerous storm and a Mandatory Evacuation Order remains in effect.

As of 10:30 Saturday morning, South Kingstown has ordered those in the evacuation zone to leave no later than 6 am Sunday.

Persons in coastal low-lying areas are encouraged to leave the area this evening, but no later than 6:00am Sunday morning.

All others in the evacuation zone need to leave no later than 6:00am Sunday morning.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Students get vocal about Quonochontaug

August 27, 2011

CHARLESTOWN - It is not often that a group of children can educate a room full of adults, especially when it comes to the deep-rooted history of a colonial village. However, that is precisely what happened at the Quonochontaug Grange on Friday, Aug. 20.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers
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