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Archive - Feb 29, 2012

Police presence could ease tensions at EGHS

February 29, 2012

EAST GREENWICH — With a series of recent incidents at East Greenwich High School and several arrests, town and school officials are hoping the return of a police presence can help ease a potential crisis.

Although the regular resource officer’s position at the school has become a victim of budget cuts, Police Chief Thomas Coyle is hoping the return of one, albeit on a limited basis, will head off further troubles at the school.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Rocky Hill School’s big E-recycling day was no waste

February 29, 2012

EAST GREENWICH – Sometimes, Rocky Hill School is on various TVs or web-streamed onto computers. On Saturday, various TVs and computers were on Rocky Hill School.

Tons of televisions – literally – copiers, old computers, scanners, fridges and anything electronic and out of use were left by hundreds of area residents, part of the first-ever, and an extremely successful, E-Waste Recycling Day fundraiser held in the school’s rear parking lot off Chinook Road.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Hodgson submits benefit anti-fraud bill

February 29, 2012

EAST GREENWICH — With statutory and regulatory criteria for receiving state benefits being tightened up, state Sen. Dawson T. Hodgson (R-Dist. 35, North Kingstown, East Greenwich) is targeting the fraud side of the equation in a bill he recently submitted to the General Assembly.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Preview today's Narragansett Times

February 29, 2012

In today's paper find out why the South Kingstown Town Council extended the ban on LED lights to August.

We also have the story on last Friday's Save the Bay meeting in which Cox’s Ledge was removed from consideration for Deepwater Wind’s offshore wind project.

Also, find out about the Sunday morning fire that fire broke out in the engine room on the F/V Tradition in Galilee. Narragansett Fire Marshal James Given ruled the fire accidental, and no injuries were reported.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Curmudgeon's Corner: Contraception issue mroe government interference (OPINION)

February 29, 2012

Yesterday was Ash Wednesday in the Catholic Church’s liturgical calendar. No doubt you noticed many of us walking around with a smudge of ashes on our foreheads. This marks the start of Lent, the season of self denial, prayer and almsgiving leading up to Easter Sunday on which Christians believe Jesus rose from the dead thereby affirming his divinity and gospel. It also recognizes that we are mortal creatures and that complete happiness cannot be found in material things.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers
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