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December 19th

Plans for Jamestown students to come to NHS stall

December 20, 2011

By SHAUN KIRBY
skirby@ricentral.com

NARRAGANSETT—The Narragansett School Committee met with the town council on Monday evening, updating council members on projects and developments within the school system over the past several months. One program that the School Committee hoped to initiate was the acceptance of Jamestown high school students at Narragansett High School, a prospect which has recently stalled.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

December 18th

RIDE offers suggestions to reduce deficit

December 19, 2011

By LINDSAY OLIVIER
lolivier@ricentral.com

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Personell from the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) presented to the school committee Tuesday evening on ways the school district can improve their budget.
The school district’s current fiscal year has been hindered by two difficult challenges. The first being the revenues have come in lower than expected and expenses have exceeded the budget in key areas.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Unfinished business in Canonchet Woods

December 18, 2011

HOPKINTON - The Canonchet Woods subdivision off of Route 3 in Hopkinton looks like an unfinished neighborhood. There is a large drainage pipe just feet away from the road, sticking out of a faded and worn berm that protects the road from a massive retention pond.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

December 17th

Celebrations of Faith: Feeling holiday loss, many people not merry and bright

December 18, 2011

By MARTHA SMITH
Special to the Standard

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Andrew Correia recalls the pain of holidays and other family gatherings after his beloved grandmother passed away.
“After Nana died,” he says, “Christmas was never the same; it still isn’t. Many people carry that [sense of loss] with them.”
The Rev. Lori Eldredge, pastor of the North Kingstown United Methodist Church, agrees, remembering the personal devastation following the death of her sister, to whom she was extremely close.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

NE Tech master plan gets go-ahead

December 17, 2011

EAST GREENWICH — Athletic fields come before dormitories. New England Institute of Technology officials told the Planning Board last Wednesday.

In receiving unanimous master plan approval for the former Rocky Hill Fairgrounds’ anticipated development over the next five years, NEIT also presented its anticipated 20-year plan for development well in back of its property, beyond three planned academic buildings, three residences and one building that could serve either purpose.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Odeum to reopen in March

December 17, 2011

EAST GREENWICH — Happy news can't wait.

Because he needed the Town Council's permission to extend the Greenwich Odeum's property tax abatement past its original deadline that night, Odeum Corp. Chairman Frank Prosnitz announced Monday night his board had received the $141,900 grant it requested from the Champlin Foundations for restoration of the historic Main Street theater.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Seven decades later, memory of attacks still strong

December 17, 2011

PROVIDENCE - The words may have come slower last Wednesday, but you could still see the emotion in their faces and their memories of a day of action.

For Navy veterans Raymond J. Haerry and Gilbert J. Hawkins, along with four of their comrades, it was a day to remember not just the infamy, but the heroism, the scrambling to save their own lives and those of others as Japanese planes attacked their base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii 60 years ago.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

 

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