Archive - Jan 18, 2011 - News Article
PROVIDENCE, R.I. â€“ The daffodil is the first flower of spring, letting us know that life re-emerges after very harsh treatment through the dead of winter.
Such evident symbolism has been the decades-old landmark of the American Cancer Societyâ€™s Daffodil Days, which recruit volunteers now through March when these flowers spring to life.
A school bus carrying 25 children and a passenger vehicle collided in North Kingstown this afternoon.
There was a report of one injury in the accident and the children themselves were transferred to another bus.
Pick up a copy of this week's Standard Times for more details.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN â€“ The Department of Education is upping its standards again for graduating students to receive a high school diploma, placing more emphasis on NECAP scores while developing differential diplomas. With the Rhode Island Education Commissioner Deborah Gist coming to the South Kingstown High School Wednesday, Jan. 19 to hold a public hearing on changes to the graduation requirements for the classes of 2012 and beyond, the townâ€™s school committee focused on these changes at Tuesday nightâ€™s meeting.
Trees lay dormant in winter. Giving Trees do not.
Though Christmas has come and gone, the employees of Arkwright Advanced Coatings, Inc. come to their cafeteria, pour their coffee, heat their soup and discuss how to improve what they want to give to local families in need.