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November 22nd

‘Thrill Killer’ Brissette not in Narragansett

November 22, 2013

Contrary to earlier media reports, recently paroled “thrill killer” Alfred A. Brissette Jr. is not living in Narragansett.
Several media outlets reported Tuesday, the day of Brissette’s release from state prison, that he was living in a halfway house, the Galilee Mission, in Narragansett.

For more information, pick up the most recent edition of The Narragansett Times

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Coventry Community Food Bank has a friend in local business

November 22, 2013

COVENTRY— For the seventh year, Coventry Lumber raised funds during its golf tournament at the beginning of September to assist the highly utilized Coventry Community Food Bank.
The golf tournament, which saw approximately 110 participants this year, was created by Co-owner of Coventry Lumber Mike Durand as way to raise money for the food bank.

For more information, pick up a copy of this week's Coventry Courier

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Screaming forces executive session

November 22, 2013

COVENTRY — A meeting that began without an issue quickly exploded into shouts, accusations and arguments when the board’s chairman refused to hear any one with public comment after one resident, Steven Faye, demanded answers for what he called the board’s lack of action with helping the fire district.

For more information, pick up this week's copy of The Coventry Courier

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Thibeault fitting right in as new finance director

November 22, 2013

By KENDRA
LEIGH MILLER
kmiller@ricentral.com

COVENTRY — Robert Thibeault’s got some years of experience serving the town and 15 years of professional financial experience, which made him the perfect fit for the Coventry Finance Director.
Thibeault has been a resident of Coventry for 20 years and has served on the town council in 2006, the sewer sub commission and most recently the planning board.

For more information pick up this week's edition of The Coventry Courier

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Board presentation leads to shouting match

November 22, 2013

COVENTRY — A meeting that began without an issue quickly exploded into shouts, accusations and arguments when the board’s chairman refused to hear any one with public comment after one resident, Steven Faye, demanded answers for what he called the board’s lack of action with helping the fire district.

For more information, pick up a copy of this week's Coventry Courier

Source 
Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Renovations will have to be made to some schools for security

November 22, 2013

HOPKINTON – The Hopkinton Town Council unanimously approved a resolution Monday to present to the Chariho School District pertaining to student and school security.
The councilors were in agreement that the school district should use monies from its current budget to finance necessary school repairs to improve safety, instead of creating an additional line item.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Aquaculture making a splash as emerging industry

November 22, 2013

PORTSMOUTH—The shore along Town Pond in Portsmouth is thick with mud, enough to clasp down on anyone’s boot and keep it fastened there for a moment. Broken shells litter the beach, and the water’s surface is choppy because of the winds coming off Narragansett Bay. Here is the perfect environment for shellfish cultivation, and as coastal ponds throughout Rhode Island are being utilized for their shellfishing bounty, the public is growing more aware of the ecological and economic benefits of aquaculture to the state.

For more information, pick up this week's copy of The Chariho Times

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

 

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