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November 8th

Hopkinton Council outlines issues for OMNIBUS

November 8, 2013

HOPKINTON – Members of the Hopkinton Town Council have a host of issues they would like to discuss at the annual Chariho Omnibus meeting, including the future of two elementary schools in the town and the potential elimination of the TE@CH program.
The council made a list and their meeting Monday night of issues they would like to discuss at the Omnibus meeting to be held Jan. 15.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Hopkinton Council in favor of DEM property purchase

November 8, 2013

HOPKINTON – The Hopkinton Town Council voted unanimously Monday to indicate the town’s support of the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management’s acquisition of 29 acres of land in Hopkinton, known as the Fisher property.
The council voted 5-0 to authorize Town Planner Jim Lamphere to submit positive comments to the Rhode Island Division of Planning regarding the proposed acquisition.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

A strong case made for Common Core transition

November 8, 2013

KINGSTON – There are five reasons why to transition to the Common Core – the five Cs – according to Susan Pimentel and Doug Sovde, two of the Common Core State Standards writers.
Pimentel, an English language arts standards writer, and Sovde, a math standards writer, discussed the transition to the Common Core at the University of Rhode Island Tuesday night as part of the Fall 2013 Honors Colloquium in a lecture entitled, “What are the Common Core State Standards Expectations?”

For more information, read the most recent publication of The Chariho Times

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

November 7th

Sophomore showed true determination

November 7, 2013

When the history books are written about the great philosophers of this era rapper Juelz Santana is not likely going to be one of the first names listed.
Yet there was a lyric from one of Santana’s songs on the back of Narragansett cross country coach Robert Shields’ sweatshirt as he checked in on Marissa McPhillips after the sophomore Mariner had literally given it everything she had at Sunday’s RI Girls State Championship.
“Hard work pays off, you get what you put in.”
If anyone knows how true that is, it’s McPhillips.

Mariners rebound from slow start

November 7, 2013

NARRAGANSETT – Just two steps remain in the road to perfection for the Narragansett girls volleyball team.
The upset was threatened briefly, but the top seeded Mariners overcame a slow start and eventually trounced the Central Falls Warriors 18-25, 25-17, 25-12, 25-16 in the Division II quarterfinals Tuesday night at the Narragansett Pier School.

Sandin, Titans overpower Oakers in first half

November 7, 2013

CRANSTON — The No. 2 Coventry soccer team hadn’t allowed more than two goals in any game this season.
In 18 destructive minutes Tuesday evening in the Division II semifinals at Cranston Stadium No. 3 Toll Gate hammered three goals past Coventry goalie Domenic Aguiar.
The Oakers finally settled the game down and found a lifeline in a goal from freshman Matt Buglio in the 36th minute, but the rampant Titans added a fourth goal just before halftime to advance to their first division final since 1990 with a 4-1 victory.

Bellows leads Oakers to New Englands

November 7, 2013

NORTH SCITUATE — Throughout the 2013 season the Coventry girls cross country team has battled adversity.
Down two of their top five runners in Jess Bellow and Courtney Grant, the Oakers didn’t make excuses when it came to race day and each time put their best foot forward.
“It’s definitely been tough mentally,” junior Allison Bellows said. “Training this season our team has had a lot of injured girls go out but we also have a lot of girls that have stepped up this season and that’s been pretty exciting to watch.”

Emotional end for Avengers

November 7, 2013

CRANSTON – On paper it was though they were two teams that could not have been more evenly matched.
Just one point separated the East Greenwich High School field hockey team from Moses Brown in the standings, the only difference EG’s loss to Barrington to MB’s tie. The Avs had the best offense in Division I and the second ranked defense, the Quakers third and first, respectively. Both of their games during the regular season ended as 1-1 draws.

Strong showing for EG at states

November 7, 2013

NORTH SCITUATE—Make them earn it.
It was the mantra for the East Greenwich boys cross country team Sunday for the RI State Championships as the Avengers were fully aware of the depth and talent of both Hendricken and La Salle.
Just because the Hawks and Rams were heavily favored to duke it out for the state title Sunday didn’t mean EG was going to roll out the red carpet for the two teams though as the Avs put up a strong fight at Ponaganset High School’s Covered Bridge Trail.

Window closing on East

November 7, 2013

EAST GREENWICH—The playoff window for the East Greenwich football team hasn’t shut but the number of options for getting into the playoffs was limited by Friday night’s 24-20 loss to Classical.
A win wouldn’t have guaranteed the Avengers a spot but from here on out with game’s against three teams – Middletown, Burrillville and Narragansett – each in playoff contention, victories are all but necessary.
“We can’t afford to lose again,” East Greenwich coach John George said, “or we’ll be out.”

 

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