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Archive - Sep 2011

September 15th

Dugway Bridge slated for replacement

September 15, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The Dugway Bridge will unite West Kingston once more.

The Dugway Bridge in West Kingston closed in January due to ongoing deterioration and with its closing went the ease of passage residents had in getting to their homes and between the north and south sides of the area. West Kingston was left divided. Yet, plans are moving forward to replace the bridge with a similar steel and timber bridge after the town council approved two construction bids at Monday night’s meeting.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

The Times wins 2011 NE Newspaper of the Year

September 15, 2011

Great News! The Narragansett Times has been chosen as the winner of the 2011 New England Newspaper of the Year. Thank you to all our readers who make it all worthwhile.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

September 14th

Preview this week's Standard Times today!

September 15, 2011

Voters in North Kingstown had their chance Tuesday to tell the town council exactly how they felt about a proposed installation of artificial turf at McGinn Park and, overwhelmingly, they came out against it.
Read all about the special election, as well as about the latest on the Kimberly Fry murder trial, the passing of local icon David Burnham and much, much more in this week's Standard Times!

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Preview today's Narragansett Times

September 14, 2011

In today's The Narragansett Times, find out why the town of Narragansett decided to hire the Woods Hole Group to study beach erosion. Also inside, West Kingston Principal Kim Mather tells how teachers and students survived the start of the first day of school without power. The Times will also inform you on what the town of South Kingstown finally decided to do in regards to the Dugway Bridge in West Kingston. Pick up a copy of today's paper!

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

September 13th

Curmudgeon's Corner: Schartner ran into an entrenched bureaucracy

September 14, 2011

At its business meeting on August 23rd the North Kingstown School Committee, after a charade of about six weeks, appointed Dr. Phil Auger as superintendent of schools.
The usually irascible and skeptical-of-everything Bill Mudge, who had wanted Dr. Auger made permanent super from the get-go, introduced a motion to anoint–I mean appoint–him as permanent superintendent subject to reaching a mutually acceptable employment contract.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

September 12th

Voters head to the polls today!

September 13, 2011

By LINDSAY OLIVIER
lolivier@ricentral.com

NORTH KINGSTOWN – North Kingstown taxpayers will help determine the future of the Wickford Elementary School (WES) building and decide whether or not to install artificial turf at McGinn Park in a special election Tuesday.
In the first of three questions, voters will be asked to issue $850,000 in bonds to finance the installation of artificial turf and make related improvements to the McGinn Park Field, which is only useable for only two months out of the year due to the intensity of activity.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Walking the home stretch for Sept. 11

September 12, 2011

Hundreds of miles and five weeks later Joe “Tiger” Patrick is reaching the place, where his life changed forever on Sept. 11, Ground Zero, New York City.

On Aug. 7, Patrick began a journey taking a train to Washington D.C. and then walking from the Pentagon  to Shanksville Pa, and on to New York City in one month just in time to reach Ground Zero on Sept. 11. Along his trip, he travelled to the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia to Shankesville, Penn., to Ground Zero in New York to honor the fallen victims of Sept. 11, 2001.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

 

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