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November 22nd, 2014

SK Town Council decides on a president

November 22, 2014

SOUTH KINGSTOWN - The new town council and school committee were officially
sworn-in on Monday night, and the hierarchy of the town council was decided: Abel
Collins will serve as president for the next two years; Meg Healy will serve as vice
president.
The first person nominated as council president was Rachel Clough - a nomination by
Abel Collins. The motion, however, was denied by Joe Viele, Carol Hagan McEntee and
Meg Healy. Since a majority vote is needed, the council moved on to the next vote: a
vote for Meg Healy as council president.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

November 17th

Lady Rams get ready to tip-off the season

November 17, 2014

KINGSTON- The University of Rhode Island Women’s basketball team will start the 2014 season Nov. 14 with a new coach and a new "winning mind" philosophy.
Coach Daynia La-Force has brought her nearly 20 years of coaching experience to URI and has been rebuilding the defense and offense to improve the womens basketball program.

November 13th

NK Councilman Welch files for recount

November 13, 2014

NORTH KINGSTOWN—Although last Tuesday’s elections have passed, the race for North Kingstown Town Council remains in flux as town councilman Richard Welch has called for a recount. Welch, who finished 64 votes behind fifth place winner Ellen Waxman, applied with the Rhode Island Board of Elections on Friday to have a recount.
The recount is scheduled to take place today at 9 a.m. at RIBE’s offices in Cranston. According to North Kingstown Town Clerk Jeannette Alyward, she and two members of the town’s board of canvassers will assist in the recount.

Source 
Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Late vets Allen, McGinn named on memorial

November 13, 2014

NORTH KINGSTOWN—For years, the names of Capt. Leroy H. Allen and Walter McGinn had been known by North Kingstown residents as veterans who gave the ultimate sacrifice in service of their country. On Tuesday morning, their names were at long last added to the monument at Veterans Memorial Park.
“Although Capt. Allen was the town’s first war casualty, his name was inexplicably left off this monument when it was first erected,” said former state representative Larry Ehrhardt. “Five of his grandchildren are here today to remedy that oversight.”

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Parents speak up for all-day K

November 13, 2014

EAST GREENWICH- In past months, the East Greenwich School Committee has been faced with multiple big issues that have become hot topics to the parents and community members of East Greenwich., possibly the biggest topic being implementing full day kindergarten in the 2015-2016 school year. Although there have been forums and meetings regarding the issue, East Greenwich parents have chosen to speak out through the East Greenwich Pendulum, voicing their opinions on the subject, and their hopes for the district in the future.

Source 
Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Council confronts noise at final meeting

November 13, 2014

EAST GREENWICH- The East Greenwich Town Council met for the last time with the current members Monday night, where they discussed renewing alcoholic beverage licenses and dealing with noise management in the community.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Girls who run together grow together

November 13, 2014

EAST GREENWICH-Over 180 young girls will participate in the Girls on the Run 5k this weekend, where participants will come together and run, walk and skip, encouraged by their new-found confidence.

Source 
Southern Rhode Island Newspapers
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