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Archive - 2014

July 24th

New England Tech christens SAMI

July 24, 2014

WARWICK — With one quick slam of the champagne bottle by New England Institute of Technology Senior Vice President Cheryl Connors across a model submarine Monday morning, a giant step forward in bridging the skills gap within Rhode Island was taken Monday morning.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Town promotes new deputy chiefs

July 24, 2014

EAST GREENWICH — In front of a packed and proud audience at Swift Community Center on July 14, two of East Greenwich’s most decorated members of emergency service were promoted to higher levels within their respective departments.
Stanley Cirella and Michael Sullivan were each sworn in as deputy chief for the East Greenwich Police Department and East Greenwich Fire Department, respectively, and were formally honored for their tremendous heroism and valor to the community at-large with loud, thunderous standing ovations for both gentlemen by the public in attendance.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Sequino says Narragansett won’t be receiving MRBRF funds

July 24, 2014

NARRAGANSETT - Contrary to previously published reports, Narragansett has not and will not receive funding from the Municipal Road and Bridge Revolving Fund this year, according to Bill Sequino, executive director of the Rhode Island Clean Water Finance Agency.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

July 23rd

Great Island Bridge just one of many in disrepair in RI

July 23, 2014

NARRAGANSETT – If you’ve ever driven a car in Rhode Island then you probably know that many of the state’s roads and bridges are in need of repair. Several state officials gathered in Galilee on Friday morning to tour the Great Island Bridge, one of many in the state that is in disrepair and in dyer need of updates. The tour comes from a report from the White House released last week detailing state-by-state road conditions as well as a recent shortfall in funding for the federal Highway Trust Fund.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Ocean State Waves host softball camp at OMF

July 23, 2014

SOUTH KINGSTOWN- On a beautiful summer day under the bright sun at Old Mountain Field, young girls hustled to field groundballs during the Ocean State Waves summer softball camp.
Last Monday, groups of youth softball players practiced and learned different techniques to improve their skills,which helped them strive to become the next better players in the area.

Tough loss for South Kingstown Post Jr. Legion

July 23, 2014

CUMBERLAND—It was a long, frustrating road trip for South Kingstown Post 39’s Junior Legion team as they traveled north on Friday night to Cumberland to take on the Upper Deck/Spinners Post 86/14.
Previously, on Wednesday night, both squads were scheduled to go head-to-head, until the game was postponed due to rain and was rescheduled two nights later at Tucker Field.

World Cup inspires young South County strikers

July 23, 2014

NARRAGANSETT—With International soccer and the World Cup coming to a close earlier in the month, soccer fans laced up their cleats to attend some summer camp soccer during Gareth Elliott’s, “Goal 4 Rams Soccer Camp.”
During the 45-minute lunch period, kids devoured food as fast as they possibly could, before putting a smile on their faces as they headed back out to the soccer field.

Firefighters promoted by town council

July 23, 2014

NARRAGANSETT – Brian Lemme and Kevin McEnery, two firefighters who were recently promoted to the rank of Lieutenant, were pinned and sworn in at the regular Narragansett Town Council meeting on Monday evening. The council also honored the retirement of Richard “Dickey” White, a former police officer who provided many years of service to the Narragansett Police Department.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Summer tourism looks promising

July 23, 2014

SOUTH KINGSTOWN - As summertime in Rhode Island nears the mid-way point, reports from local businesses and town employees show a promising outlook despite the lack of sun and warm weather thus far in 2014.
South Kingstown Town Beach is one of the local attractions that garnered increased attention this year, according to Teresa Murphy, director of leisure services in the town.
“We had a great year - the 2013-14 year that ended June 30,” said Murphy on Monday. “We had $15,000 exceeding our revenue. We had budgeted $110,000 and we brought in $125,000.”

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

SK native Czernicki carves out unique career

July 23, 2014

SOUTH KINGSTOWN - Elizabeth Czernicki was a South Kingstown resident first.
Now, she is the co-founder and treasurer of the Marine Semper Fi Fund, a certified public accountant, a business owner, a military wife and the mayor of Occaquan, Virginia, where she now lives.
From South Kingstown High School, Czernicki attended Colby College in Maine where she met her husband, Lt. Erik Quist, who served three tours of duty in the Middle East after 9/11. Since his deployment, he has risen to the rank of Major.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

 

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