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July 1st

Music at Lily Pads offers top notch venue, acoustics and perfomers

July 1, 2011

WAKEFIELD – The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of South County presented its most recent Music at Lily Pads event on Saturday night, June 25. Singer and songwriter Vance Gilbert was the headlining act, and while he played his signature bluesy sounding folk songs, he entertained the crowd just as well with his stories, jokes and conversation.

SK Council calls on General Assembly to address pension reform

July 1, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – With the school committee deciding on how to reconfigure the school district and the state facing unfunded pension liabilities, the council agreed to contact local representatives and the school department to voice their concerns.

Character does count in EG schools

July 1, 2011

It's called Character Ed, and it does contain some valuable life lessons.
But for fifth- and sixth-graders at Eldredge and Hanaford elementary schools, Bob Houghtaling is hoping to draw some character out of the students in preparation for the challenges they will soon be facing at Cole Middle School.

June 30th

Hail to the chief: Jamestown’s Tighe retires

July 1, 2011

BY MARTHA SMITH
Special to the Standard

JAMESTOWN – When East Providence native Thomas P. Tighe was searching for a job as a municipal police officer, his father-in-law clipped a newspaper ad advertising an opening in the Jamestown department.
“I didn’t know where Jamestown was,” he says, laughing. “My father-in-law, who worked at the radar station at Beavertail, had to give me directions.

 

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