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May 25th, 2012

A graduation celebration in Kingston

May 25, 2012

SOUTH KINGSTOWN—As the sun shone over the quadrangle at the University of Rhode Island, families and friends eagerly awaited the rite of passage of their sons and daughters: college graduation. For the 126th time since URI’s doors opened in 1888, students accepted their diplomas and flung their caps skyward after a day filled with celebration and reflection.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

May 24th

Fry sentenced to 40 years for murder

May 25, 2012

By LINDSAY OLIVIER
lolivier@ricentral.com

PROVIDENCE – Two-and-a-half years after she killed her then-eight-year-old daughter and seven months after a jury found her guilty of second- degree murder following an emotional five-week trial, former North Kingstown resident Kimberly Fry was sentenced Tuesday afternoon to 40 years at the Adult Correctional Institute (ACI), with 20 to serve, for the August, 2009 murder of Camden Fry.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

May 23rd

Preview this week's Standard-Times today!

May 24, 2012

The Kimberly Fry saga is over.
After a tense and emotional two years of investigations, trials and postponements, Fry was sentenced this week to 40 years in prison, with 20 to serve, for the 2009 murder of her daughter Camden.
In this week's Standard-Times, we bring you into the courtroom and show you how it all went down.
In addition, we've got you covered on all the latest news related to the Exeter Animal Shelter controversy, the NK School Committee's 2013 budget battle and a handful of other stories you'll only find here.
Pick up a copy today!

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

BREAKING NEWS: Judge Stern rules against North Kingstown in firefighter dispute

May 23, 2012

BREAKING NEWS: The Standard-Times has learned, exclusively, that the North Kingstown Firefighters Union has won its legal challenge against the town of North Kingstown regarding a change to 24-hour shifts. We'll have full details as soon as they become available.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

May 22nd

Curmudgeon's Corner: NK School Committee only delaying the inevitable (OPINION)

May 23, 2012

It gets harder and harder each time I sit down to write this column. This is because there are just so many things to write about locally, state-wide and nationally.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Artists beautify local streets with simple chalk

May 22, 2012

EAST GREENWICH – Bridget Kennedy was as proud as the peacock she had just etched at her feet with chalk.

The Moses Brown seventh-grader had just won a second-place award for her colorful bird, fanned out in one of 24 squares chalked off up and down Courthouse Lane during the 11th Annual Arts on Main contest, held on a perfect Saturday, May 12.

“The first year, my friend and I did a ‘forest-looking’ thing. Last year, I did WALL-E from the movie,” said Bridget. “This year, (I did) a peacock. I love to draw. I practice doing chalk drawings in my driveway.”

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Finance advisor visits EG High

May 22, 2012

EAST GREENWICH — It’s not very often that a person who advises the President of the United States of his finances gets to speak to high-school students, much ado to their hectic schedule.

Therefore, it was a treat for Ted Beck, the Advisory Council on Financial Capability to President Barack Obama, to be in front of a small collection of finance students at East Greenwich High School on Monday talking to them about the importance of being financially stable in an economy that is anything but stable.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers
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