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October 18th, 2012

African children's choir coming to NK this weekend

October 19, 2012

ANGELENA CHAPMAN
Special to the Standard

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Want to see a “Broadway-type” performance this weekend that raises awareness of the orphaned and abandoned in Africa? And you don’t even have to leave the state.
A group of 22 African children and their adult leaders will be in Rhode Island sharing that message this weekend and they will be in North Kingstown on Sunday evening.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

October 17th

Preview the Standard-Times today!

October 18, 2012

It was another great fall weekend in North Kingstown as hundreds gathered at Smith's Castle for the annual Harvest Festival. In this week's Standard-Times, we take you to the event and bring you all the latest news regarding the Exeter Animal Shelter, the Exeter landfill and local businesses in North Kingstown.
All that and much, much more in this week's Standard-Times. Pick up a copy today!

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

October 16th

And the beat goes on: Sometimes we all just need to slow down (OPINION)

October 17, 2012

Just when I thought occasionally forgetting a name or word was a sign of getting older, I have learned that younger people also share this unique quality. Honestly, that thought is disconcerting to me.
Maybe it is our electronic world that causes this as most of us have become computer savvy. Some of us even know how to abbreviate words with signs, but why? Texting gives me a headache. My mind goes much too quickly to get any of my thoughts down in print on a cell phone screen before I begin forget them.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

October 15th

Indoor track still a no-go for EWG

October 16, 2012

By ANGELENA CHAPMAN
Special to the Standard

WEST GREENWICH—At Tuesday night’s school committee meeting, a request for a district-funded indoor track program was sent back to the creative funding skills of those involved.
The Exeter-West Greenwich Regional School Committee cited both hockey and gymnastics’ previous desires to have programs funded by the district in their decision.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

October 14th

Community members speak out on clean water

October 15, 2012

By SHAUN KIRBY
skirby@ricentral.com

WARWICK — State officials and local businessmen gathered on Tuesday at Goddard Park to support Questions 5 and 6 on the upcoming ballot for November’s election. The two items, which have already passed through the General Assembly, would provide $40 million in bond support for clean water and open space initiatives throughout the state.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

October 13th

Tell Me Your Story: Former NK teacher chooses bilateral mastectomy

October 14, 2012

By MARTHA SMITH
Special to the Standard

NORTH KINGSTOWN – What most people would regard as tragic is not how Anne Huling views the toll taken on her body through numerous surgeries and progressive deafness that forced her to end the teaching career she loved.
She is a survivor in every sense of the word; her spirit has risen to fight lung cancer which she feels was caused by second-hand smoke in a small, windowless teacher’s lounge.
She has battled back from abdominal surgery after two small growths were found in the colon: she also had her gall bladder removed.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

October 12th

Pixar Studios to hold 'Masterclass' at New England Tech

October 13, 2012

By JAMES MEROLLA
Special to The Standard

EAST GREENWICH – New England Tech is “UP” these days. Or will be, at least, on Oct. 12-13.
The school will be “UP” and “Monsters, Inc.” and “Brave,” and “Monsters University” (the next movie in 2013), and all those Pixar film titles when top animators from that prolific movie franchise conduct a two-day workshop at the East Greenwich campus.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

 

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