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Archive - 2014

August 28th

EGFD retirees suing Town over health care

August 28, 2014

EAST GREENWICH — A fire is now brewing in the courts between retired firefighters and the Town of East Greenwich regarding the health coverage switch that took place last month.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Lehoullier withdraws from SC candidacy

August 28, 2014

EAST GREENWICH — There will be one less name on the November ballot, particularly involving the East Greenwich School Committee.
Kristin Lehoullier, who was planning on running for one of the four available seats on the School Committee this election year, said Monday that she withdrew herself from consideration for a spot on the governing body for the East Greenwich School District, citing work-related reasons would have hindered her ability to properly participate on the School Committee if elected.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Cigar shop given OK to sell liquor

August 28, 2014

EAST GREENWICH — One local cigar shop will now serve up drinks to customers to go along with their choice of smokes.
Members of the East Greenwich Town Council unanimously approved the application for a new Class BV
SHOP, from 1
Alcoholic Beverage License with Victualing for Regency Cigar Emporium, located at 752 Main St., during Monday’s regular meeting at Town Hall.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Creativity comes alive at East Greenwich Art Festival

August 28, 2014

EAST GREENWICH – Art in a box took on a whole new meaning at the East Greenwich Art Festival this past weekend. That theme – which has marked the three previous Festival Fete events on the campus of New England Tech each August – was brought to life in the form of jewelry-maker Lianna Michelle’s tools.
Each female ear, neck and wrist is unique, so, as any of 2,000 guests strolled by her tent, Lianna Michelle opened her tool box, pulled out her needle nose pliers, her round nose pliers, crimps, findings, and customized her original jewelry to the wearer’s demands.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

DiBello settles with Charlestown for $450,000

August 28, 2014

CHARLESTOWN — Lisa DiBello settled a lawsuit with the Town of Charlestown for $450,000 in an agreement mediated by retired state Supreme Court Chief Justice Frank. J. Williams. The town council issued a Memorandum of Understanding in which DiBello will receive $318,000 and her attorneys, Savage and Savage, will receive $132,000.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Chariho will pay AP test fees

August 28, 2014

WOOD RIVER JUNCTION — Advanced Placement (AP) test costs will be covered by the Chariho School budget in the 2014/2015 academic year. Before approval, however, paying $91 per AP test was the center of debate at the school committee meeting last Tuesday night.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Ricci named RI Superintendent of the Year

August 28, 2014

WOOD RIVER JUNCTION — Chariho Regional School District Superintendent Barry Ricci has been chosen as the 2015 Superintendent of the Year by the Rhode Island School Superintendents’ Association (RISSA). From this year’s list of 19 candidates, Ricci was voted number one by RISSA’s 125 members.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

A back to school lesson for parents

August 28, 2014

At any age level, the transition back into the school year can be a stressful time for both students and the adults that support them. With the school year beginning yesterday for the Chariho district, licensed psychologist and nationally syndicated parent and child coach Dr. Kate Roberts, Ph.D., offered The Chariho Times readers a few tips to make sure the transition back to school goes smoothly.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

August 27th

Comp plan analysis underway in Narragansett

August 27, 2014

NARRAGANSETT – The town’s proposed 2014 Comprehensive Plan and Future Land Use Map underwent an in-depth analysis during a joint workgroup meeting between the Narragansett Town Council and the Planning Board on Monday evening.
Consultants Krista Moravec and Nate Kelly from the Horsley Witten Group in Providence gave a presentation on the focus areas for this round of updates to the plan, focusing on amendments in specific chapters that will lead to better local commerce and maintaining a high quality of life for residents.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Camp Braveheart offers smiles for children

August 27, 2014

SOUTH KINGSTOWN—Broad smiles ran across the faces of every child at Camp Fuller this past Friday as they went kayaking on Salt Pond or painted their own butterfly masks. For two days, kids from all over Rhode Island could escape from the troubling times in their lives through Home and Hospice Care of Rhode Island’s Camp Braveheart program.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

 

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