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July 5th, 2013

EG man killed in weekend crash

July 5, 2013

An East Greenwich man was killed Saturday morning in a single-car crash on Route 195 in Providence.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Case against Terri Serra comes to an end

July 5, 2013

WAKEFIELD – The case against former Chariho School Committee member, Terri Serra, drew to a close Tuesday in Washington County Superior Court.
Serra, 51, amended her plea from not guilty to a Richmond Police charge of procuring alcohol for a minor stemming from an October 2011 incident, and entered a plea of no contest.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Day care facility approved for Hope Valley

July 5, 2013

HOPKINTON— On Monday night, the Hopkinton Town Council amended several zoning ordinances to allow a day care facility for children to be located at 111 Main St., Hope Valley.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Black bear makes a cameo in Hopkinton

July 5, 2013

HOPKINTON - A black bear that has been roaming through many communities in Rhode Island was spotted in Hopkinton Tuesday morning.
The Department of Environmental Management received a call at 5:37 a.m. reporting that the bear was spotted near Reynolds Court, according to Gail Mastrati, a spokesperson for DEM.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

July 3rd

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Early deficit ends SK National's tournament

July 3, 2013

It became their M.O. for the tournament. For their third straight game, the South Kingstown National 11/12-Year Old All-Stars came out and spotted their opponent a big lead in the early innings. Unfortunately, the SK bats went cold after they fell behind early on Tuesday night and they dropped a 9-2 decision to Warwick West Side.

WEB EXCLUSIVE: SK American 12's keep title hopes alive

July 3, 2013

After a tough loss to East Greenwich in the second round of the 11/12-Year Old All-Star District 3 tournament last Sunday, the SK American baseball team came out swinging on Tuesday night, putting a 16-4, four inning hurt on Westerly to keep their title hopes alive.
“We took it right to them,” said Americans manager Ken Munroe. “All the kids hit.
“…They were in the zone for hitting yesterday.”

'LV's' big day powers Coventry National past NK

July 3, 2013

COVENTRY—After watching three strikes go by in his first at-bat 11-year Loren Vaughn wasn’t about to make the same mistake twice at Paine Field Tuesday.
“It’s just that the first time up I was nervous,” the Coventry American center fielder said.
After that it was pretty clear nerves were no longer a factor.
Vaughn hit three home runs in his final three at-bats – including two in the third inning and a grand slam in the fourth – and recorded nine RBI as Coventry National walloped North Kingstown 22-0 in the consolation bracket of the 12-Year Old All-Stars District 3 Tournament.

 

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