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December 10th

Charlestown man dies in Connecticut crash

December 10, 2010

STONINGTON, Conn. – A Charlestown man died Monday night from injuries suffered during a crash on I-95 South between exits 92 and 93, where his stopped car was hit from behind.

Stone Ridge Luminaria

December 10, 2010

The laws of mathematics go up the chimney in Stone Ridge during the Annual Candlelight Tour. It is only then, in the magical spirit of Christmas, that 2,600 actually equal 1,100.
“Last year, we raised $1,100 for the East Greenwich Department of Human Services Holiday Food Basket Program by the added donations from Stone Ridge residents on top of the purchase amount of the (lantern) kits,” said resident Donna Fleming. “Our neighborhood was lighted by more than 2,600 paper lanterns placed along the curbs and walkways and the wonderful holiday lighting displays of the homes. It was a beautiful sight!”

Union Fire District offers safety tips

December 10, 2010

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – As the Christmas trees go up and the temperatures go down, it is the time of year where house fires are more likely to occur due to holiday hazards.
Assistant Fire Marshals at the Union Fire District in South Kingstown, Chris Hiener and Bruce Rice gave some tips on how best to avoid a fire this winter.

Education Exchange offers an invigorating learning experience for students

December 10, 2010

PEACE DALE–The Education Exchange, first established as the Washington County Adult Learning Center in 1978, will be offering a new three credit college course called Transition to College and Career in collaboration with the Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI). More colleges are offering basic skills courses to catch-up students who may have fallen behind in secondary school. Education Exchange offers courses that universities would charge students to take.

WEB EXCLUSIVE: How you can help servicemen overseas

December 10, 2010

When one summons a sensory image of what Christmas is supposed to look, smell and sound like, Forward Operating Base (FOB) Naray in Kunar Province may be among the last to come to mind.
Hard by the Pakistan border, it is muscled with angular mountains that seem to rise straight up out of the earth as if some malevolent force was trying to punch through the ground.

December 9th

Boston Museum of Science visits Fr. John V. Doyle School

December 9, 2010

The students at Father John V. Doyle School in Coventry got to see the “biggest living thing on the planet” last week.
The object was brought into their school for observation during the Boston Museum of Science Life Cycle’s Traveling program. The object wasn’t however, unmanageable, and that was because it was just a baby…a baby Giant Sequoia. Giant Sequoias, the biggest trees on the planet, only grow in California, but the program had a sapling which they had grown from a seed shipped here from California.

See what you're missing in this week's Standard Times

December 9, 2010

Did you see that it's already snowing in Paris?
Why do I mention that? Well, try as we may to avoid it, we all know the white stuff is coming sooner or later so you should take advantage of the time we have left before Mother Nature makes going outside a difficult task and pick up a copy of this week's Standard Times.
Why is it worth your worth?
Well, quite simply, it's the gold standard of local news coverage.
Don't believe me? Look no further than this week's issue.


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