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She's helping people help their pets

January 31, 2012

RICHMOND - Carol Terranova’s beloved Yellow Lab Maggie was a rescue dog. While the pair spent many happy days together, Maggie passed away in December, 2011.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

January 30th

URI sets sights on former students

January 31, 2012

By KATHLEEN MCKIERNAN
kmckiernan@ricentral.com

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The University of Rhode Island is offering a chance for some former students to return to school and finish what they started.
URI launched the pilot program, “Finish What You Started” this month to give students who completed three quarters of their degree but did not finish an opportunity to complete those last few credits and earn a bachelor’s degree.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

United Chambers unsure of next step

January 30, 2012

WESTERLY - Last week, Washington County Superior Court Judge Brian Stern made a ruling against a temporary injection that was aimed to prevent the South Kingstown Chamber of Commerce from changing its name to the Southern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce (SRICC).

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

January 29th

Induction program still a work in progress in RI schools

January 30, 2012

By SHAUN KIRBY
skirby@ricentral.com

PROVIDENCE—Members of the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) were on hand this past Saturday to inform school committee members from across the state about Rhode Island’s ‘Beginning Teacher Induction Program.’ Participants of Rhode Island School Committee Association’s annual meeting took in a detailed presentation about the steps Rhode Island schools have taken in transitioning new teachers into the classroom culture and larger community.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

January 28th

World War II aviator receives hall of fame honor

January 29, 2012

By MARTHA SMITH
Special to the Standard

NORTH KINGSTOWN – James R. Henderson was a voracious reader, dedicated gardener and a grower of brilliantly-colored amaryllis, the dramatic houseplant with the tall stems and trumpet-like blooms.
After he retired from the U.S. Navy with the rank of Captain – his tours included flying out of Quonset – Henderson and his wife, Daphne, retired to the north end of town, near the East Greenwich border. He sold real estate, doted on his three daughters and hung out with buddies who shared his enthusiasm for airplanes.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

January 27th

Crowds take to the slopes at Yawgoo

January 28, 2012

By MARTHA SMITH
Special to the Standard

EXETER – They’ve been making so much artificial snow this season at the Yawgoo Valley Ski Area and Sports Park that Pati de Wardener hasn’t bothered to keep track.
She’s the human resources director and her husband, Max, is president of the 47-year-old resort that they co-own.
It’s costly when the electricity, manpower and diesel fuel are totaled although, Pati de Wardener notes, “It’s four to five times more durable than natural snow.”

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Longtime SRIN photographer Ray Clayton inducted into Rhode Island Press Association Hall of Fame

January 27, 2012

Southern Rhode Island Newspapers is proud to announce that longtime staff photographer Ray Clayton has been named one of three entrants into the Rhode Island Press Association’s Hall of Fame Class of 2012.
Clayton, who worked for SRIN for nearly 40 years as a fulltime photographer and freelanced for the Standard Times up until his death last December, will join East Bay Newspapers sports writer/photographer Manuel C. “Manny” Correira and retired Providence Journal business editor Joseph L. Goodrich as the latest inductees into the coveted hall.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers
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