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School Committee members make their pitch for new bleachers

October 2, 2013

NARRAGANSETT- Members of the Narragansett Town Council hesitantly approached the bleachers at Narragansett High School during a special work session with the school committee on Wednesday.
As a way to introduce the Narragansett Community Athletic Complex campaign (NCAC), School Committee President Tammy McNeiece invited the town council to tour the current conditions of the NHS bleachers, track, and field.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

McNeieces appeal notice to remove fencing material

October 2, 2013

NARRAGANSETT- The Narragansett Zoning Board of Review voted to continue the motion to appeal the town building official’s notice to remove all fencing material located at 50 Lambert Street during the meeting last Thuresday.
Owners of the property Brian and Tammy McNeiece were present at the meeting and stated that they wanted to appeal the notice to remove the fencing material from their property because it is not considered as storage.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

School officials explain Wakefield Elementary partial lockdown

October 2, 2013

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – A lockdown was implemented at Wakefield Elementary School Sept. 20 after a 9-year-old male student allegedly stabbed a teacher in the eye with a stick.
According to a memo sent the same day from Principal Lynn Dougherty to students’ parents and guardians, the “partial lockdown” was implemented to “ensure the safety of an individual student.”
Dougherty said, “This procedure was used out of an abundance of caution.”

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Wounded Warrior Project honored

October 2, 2013

NARRAGANSETT- Residents and veterans of Narragansett joined together to honor the Wounded Warrior Project during the flag raising ceremony in Veteran’s Memorial Park on Friday.
Resident Karen Shabshelowitz presented both the wounded warrior flag and the flag raising ceremony to the Narragansett Town Council. According to Shabshelowitz, the flag serves as a lasting reminder of the sacrifices that our military is making on our behalf in these dangerous times.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

 

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