Archive - Mar 8, 2011 - News Article
RICHMOND â Delinquent property taxpayers won't be seeing additional late payment notices this year as the Town Council voted recently to stop sending out the quarterly reminders. Instead, taxpayers will receive what they have in the past, which is their tax bill followed by a late payment reminder in December.
South Kingstown reporter Kathleen McKiernan would like to hear from Narragansett Times readers and community members who may have information on the Michael Woodmansee murder case and are willing to be interviewed. Please contact her by email at email@example.com or call 789-9744 ex. 138.
PEACE DALE â To help those in need during these economic times, the South Kingstown Teacherâs Union held its annual Have a Heart Fundraiser last month to support the local community.
The elementary school teachers, including West Kingston, Peace Dale, Matunuck, Wakefield and the Hazard Preschool raised $1,621 for the Johnnycake Center.
At North Kingstown High School, nobody finds the drama of the TV show âGleeâ over-the-top. Not compared to the real-life challenges of preparing to present âWest Side Storyâ later this winter. Besides the usual seasonal illnesses, rehearsals have been disrupted by several snow days and additional occa-sions when afterschool activities were cancelled due to bad weather.
âNone of that is going to stop us from putting on the best high school musical you ever saw,â said di-rector Norma Caizza. âIt's already so professional; you won't believe these are student performers.â