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April 18th

Chargers fall to Vets

April 19, 2011

WARWICK - The Chariho girls lacrosse team keeps playing better, but can't find a way to put one in the win column.
Missing a few key starters, the Chargers played well against Warwick Veterans Monday but a late comeback was stalled in an 8-6 loss.
Krysti McFadden and Hannah Baker scored two goals apiece for Chariho and Jessie Barber and Carissa DeSantis added one apiece.
For the full story, pick up the April 21 edition of The Chariho Times. For a full photo gallery, log on to http://www.ricentral.com/content/chariho-warwick-veterans-girls-lacrosse

Rebels lose first match since 2007

April 19, 2011

BARRINGTON - The South Kingstown boys tennis team is still the 12-time defending state champs, but for the first time since 2007, the Rebels will have to try to win the title with a loss to their name.
South only picked up wins at No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles in a 5-2 loss to Barrington, the Rebels first loss since 2007, the same year where Barrington went undefeated in the regular season, only to lose to SK in the finals.

WEB EXCLUSIVE: More information released about local bridges

April 19, 2011

NORTH KINGSTOWN – In last week’s Standard-Times, it was reported that two bridges in town had been identi-fied as “structurally deficient” by the Transportation for America.
Though the classifications haven’t changed, more information has been released as why the bridges were ranked that way.
The two that were classified were the bridge on Tower Hill Road that crosses Route 138 and the historic C.L. Hus-sey Bridge on Boston Neck Road which crosses Wickford Cove.

'Carcieri fix' appearing before U.S. Senate again

April 18, 2011

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Senate will again consider a “Carcieri fix” bill that contains language that would allow for tribes such as the Narragansett Indians to take their land into trust.

Public speaks out against motor vehicle tax in South Kingstown

April 18, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN–The town held its first public hearing on the preliminary budget Wednesday night with most of the public speaking out against the motor vehicle exemption tax.
With both the town council and school committee present, Town Manager Stephen A. Alfred first gave an overview of the total $89 million municipal budget.

April 17th

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Improvements coming to the port of Davisville

April 18, 2011

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Last year, Quonset was the recipient of $22.3 million worth of federal Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grants for major improvements to the Port of Davisville. The improvements have begun and continue to run on schedule.
By the time the improvements are completed, the port will increase in capacity, allowing for the staging for off-shore wind equipment and the handling of cargo for short sea shipping.

Easter services in Alton

April 17, 2011

ALTON -- St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church in Alton will hold an array of services during Holy Week.

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