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November 18th

No one injured in pair of North Kingstown fires

November 18, 2010

NORTH KINGSTOWN – No injuries were reported in two overnight fires that kept North Kingstown firefighters busy Sunday evening and early Monday morning.
Sunday evening, fire personnel responded at 6:02 p.m. to 177 Seabreeze Drive, North Kingstown, when a neighbor called in to report a possible structure fire. Upon their arrival, firefighters found the fire was located on the front of the house in the electrical meter.
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Manton Madison refuses to let age or diabetes slow him down

November 18, 2010

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Manton Madison lives in the north end of town, on the historic Tockwotten Farm which has been in his family for generations.
“I grew up on the farm,” he says. “We’ve lived here forever.”
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New location, same great service at Gold Lady

November 18, 2010

NORTH KINGSTOWN – For 30 years Charlie Phillips, owner of Gold Lady Jewelers on Brown Street, gazed longingly at the bank across the way.
“Wouldn’t that make a beautiful jewelry store?” he recalls asking himself.
Now he knows the answer.
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Power surge at Lafayette results in loss of over 30,000 trout

November 18, 2010

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Early last Saturday morning, Department of Environmental Management (DEM) officials learned that 30,000 rainbow brook and brown trout had died as a result of a power surge at DEM’s Lafayette Trout Hatchery, 424 Hatchery Road, North Kingstown.
DEM believes that an electrical surge occurred which caused two of the three pumps at the hatchery to stop working. The pumps distribute cold water throughout the “outdoor raceways”, bringing oxygen and the correct level of water flow needed for the fish to survive.

EWG School Committee considering co-op hockey team

November 18, 2010

WEST GREENWICH–The Exeter West Greenwich School Committee was faced with an audience packed with parents last Tuesday night for discussion of a hockey co-op agreement with West Warwick Schools.
Peter Ethier, West Warwick hockey coach and General Manager/Co-Owner of the West Warwick Civic Center, spoke on behalf of parents and students from West Warwick, Exeter, and West Greenwich. The proposed co-op hockey team would be comprised of 15 students from West Warwick High School and nine students from Exeter West Greenwich Senior High School.

Christmas comes early for local second graders

November 18, 2010

Christmas came early this year at West Bay Christian Academy as Mrs. Mook’s second Grade Class packed shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child, which is part of Samaritan’s Purse. These gifts are distributed to children in need around the world. The second graders wrote letters to each Christmas Child and carefully packed two dozen red and green boxes with small toys, school supplies, flashlights, candy canes, gloves and personal care items. The students’ hope was to share the spirit of Christmas with other children.

Job Corps graduates 10th class since ’05

November 18, 2010

The Exeter Job Corps Academy recently celebrated student success at a special graduation ceremony help on Oct. 23. The event was the 10th graduation since the academy opened in January 2005. Over 60 students received their high school diploma/GED and career technical certification at the event, which featured each graduate presenting a rose to a person who has made a difference in their life.
Families and students joined together for a memorable moment and a reception was held after the ceremony.


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