Archive - Jun 24, 2011 - News Article
NORTH KINGSTOWNâ€”When the former Ryanâ€™s Market, located at 70 Brown Street, was finally purchased back in November of 2009, the news was met with great fanfare and optimism about the return of a central shopping market deep in the heart of Wickford.
Thursdayâ€™s announcement that Wickford Marketplace was closing its doors, however, was met with a much different reactionâ€”one of shock and confusionâ€”and, in the week since that announcement, more questions than answers remain.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN - A fourth generation teacher, it was in Kim Mather’s blood to teach. After teaching 23 years in South Kingstown, five of which as the district’s math coach, Mather is taking on a new challenge and becoming the new West Kingston Elementary Principal after current Principal Nancy Nettick retires this year. It was no surprise that Mather became a teacher in the first place.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN â€“ After learning how to read, how to take care of animals like chicks and frogs and how to count change, Matunuck Elementary School first graders say they will miss their teacher, Lynn Doherty. Knowing that their teacher will become Wakefield Elementary Schoolâ€™s new principal, the young students say she is sweet and nice and that Wakefield students are lucky to have her.
NARRAGANSETT – With a tranquility of a country setting, seven cottages rest on 63 acres of farmland along Kenyon Farms Road over looking Point Judith Pond. The land is probably worth millions, but owner Ray Kagel doesn't care how much his family's land is valued at. He only wants to keep it as beautiful and serene as it always was.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN – As the school committee, RAC and community members discussed the merits of sending the Hazard pre-school to Peace Dale and reducing the size of Peace Dale Elementary at the Thursday night work session, it became evident that what the community values most is maintaining quality education.
CHARLESTOWN -- Frosty Drew Nature Center & Observatory is accepting enrollment in its Nature Weeks summer programs in Ninigret Park. Limited space is available in most weeks.