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September 23rd, 2011

Preview today's Narragansett Times

September 23, 2011

Inside today's paper, find out what's inside the SKESP teacher aides contract for 2011 to 2014 and why the union is not so happy. Also, with the pension problem looming, Narragansett Schools are fearing the worst for pension costs.

Also, inside today's The Narragansett Times, find out why local fishermen have had enough with a new federal program to electronically monitoring the men at sea.

Lastly, as the Kimberly Fry trial enters its second week, read up on her ex-husband's the heartbreaking testimony on his daughter's death.

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Riders rev their engines for students

September 23, 2011

WOOD RIVER JUNCTION - In an effort to raise money for Chariho Career & Tech. students competing in the national Skills USA competition in Kansas City, Mo., there will be a fundraising motorcycle run leaving from the Chariho High School campus at 11 a.m., on Sept. 25.

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September 22nd

Emotions boil over in Fry trial

September 23, 2011

By LINDSAY OLIVIER
lolivier@ricentral.com

NORTH KINGSTOWN – “Camden was a little adventurer, was creative, loved music, science and swimming. She was a brave, spirited and vibrant little girl. She had just finished the second grade at Fishing Cove Elementary and had enjoyed one last trip to the North Kingstown Town Beach with some new friends, when, on the evening of Aug. 10, 2009, her mother strangled and murdered her with her own hands.”

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Town hero comes home

September 22, 2011

 

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Surrounded by American flags, standing nearby a West Kingston Fire Station truck, about a hundred Elks Lodge and community members awaited the arrival of South Kingstown’s hero Joe “Tiger” Patrick on Saturday afternoon.

 

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Straight talk on pension reform

September 22, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – With one month left before the General Assembly will hold a special session on state pension reform, General Treasurer Gina M. Raimondo is reaching out to every corner of the state to explain to tax payers the state’s $9.4-billion unfunded pension problem.

Last Thursday, she made a stop at South Kingstown Town Hall, where she met with two dozen local officials from South County. Later on in the day, she met 75 members and guests at the South Kingstown Rotary Club luncheon.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Hope Valley Elementary School wins national award

September 22, 2011

HOPE VALLEY - At the entrance of Hope Valley Elementary School, a decorative blue ribbon is attached to the wall adjacent to the front door. A similar ribbon can also be found on the door to the school’s main office.

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September 21st

Preview the Standard Times today!

September 22, 2011

After over a two-year week, the murder case against former North Kingstown resident Kimberly Fry officially began last week in South Kingstown.
In this week's Standard Times, read all about the first week of the trial, including opening statements from both sides and emotional testimony from Kimberly's former husband Timothy.
In addition, we've got the latest news on this week's North Kingstown Town Council meeting, where the results of last week's special election in town were up for much debate.

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Preview today's Narragansett Times

September 21, 2011

As the winter months head our way, it is almost time to get the snow plows ready. However, in the town of Narragansett, the town council debated whether they should fund new Highway Department trucks for snow removal or police and fire vehicles during these economic times.  

With General Treasurer Gina Raimondo proposing a new state pension plan next month, find out how South Kingstown will fare without pension reform.

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September 20th

RISM High School Football Poll - Week Two

September 21, 2011

Four local teams are in the most recent Rhode Island Sports Media High School Football Top 20.
West Warwick leads the way ranked No. 7, just eight points behind No. 6 Barrington; South Kingstown is tied for ninth with Westerly; Chariho and Exeter-West Greenwich are tied for 18th. It is the Knights' first appearance in the Top 20 this season.
After last week's win over Hendricken, La Salle moves into No. 1 with 10 of the 12 first-place votes; East Providence received the other two and the Townies are in second, followed by Cranston West.

RISM High School Football Poll - Week Two

September 21, 2011

Four local teams are in the most recent Rhode Island Sports Media High School Football Top 20.
West Warwick leads the way ranked No. 7, just eight points behind No. 6 Barrington; South Kingstown is tied for ninth with Westerly; Chariho and Exeter-West Greenwich are tied for 18th. It is the Knights' first appearance in the Top 20 this season.
After last week's win over Hendricken, La Salle moves into No. 1 with 10 of the 12 first-place votes; East Providence received the other two and the Townies are in second, followed by Cranston West.

 

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