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Updates: School pushed back to Tuesday; Summer's End still on

August 31, 2011

The East Greenwich School District's 2011-12 opening has once again been postponed as power outages and other problems created by Hurricane Irene continue to plague the system.
Opening day has now been pushed back to Tuesday, Sept. 6, the third time it has been pushed back a day this week. Kindergarten orientation will also be held that day, with the first day of kindergarten classes now scheduled for Wednesday. Freshman orientation at East Greenwich High School has been postponed indefinitely.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Preview today's Narragansett Times

August 31, 2011

This past weekend Tropical Storm Irene spun through South County, knocking over trees, bringing down power lines and putting thousands in the dark. This Wednesday's The Narragansett Times will have photos of the storm as it wreaked havoc and information on the aftermath of the storm. Pick up a copy of today's The Narragansett Times!

 

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Breaking News: South Kingstown Schools has been canceled for Thursday, Sept. 1

August 31, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN - School in South Kingstown has been canceled for tomorrow, Thursday, Sept. 1. The first day of school will be Tuesday, Sept. 6. The original first day of school was scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 30, but has been postponed due to low hanging wires remaining in several areas of the town after Tropical Storm Irene hit Rhode Island Sunday.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Curmudgeon's Corner: Schartner ran into an entrenched bureaucracy

August 31, 2011

On August 16th, I was among the attendees at a presentation by “Rit” Schartner at the former Bald Hill Nursuries headquarters at which Mr. Schartner passed out a three-page timeline fact sheet describing the financial dilemma he and his family find themselves in.
Their problems began with the August 2005 purchase for $7.4 million of the 140-acre Bald Hill Nursery property on the corner of Routes 2 and 102. One hundred twenty acres of the site lie in Exeter.

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