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May 22nd, 2012

SC to find more ways to trim finances

May 22, 2012

EAST GREENWICH — So with all of the constant negotiations that went on over the last few weeks, negotiations that included additional trimmings of the proposed budget, the East Greenwich School Committee received some solace in the Town Council’s approval of a $175,000 allocation increase on Monday.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Town Council approves budget

May 22, 2012

EAST GREENWICH — Once Town Council president Michael Isaacs said Monday evening that the motion for the 2012-13 fiscal budget passed, fellow Councilman Mark Gee said ‘hallelujah’ in a minor joking fashion.

But it was more of a sigh of relief from all of the parties involved that nearly two months’ worth of tinkering and adjusting finally came to a head and, more importantly, to a final number.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

BREAKING NEWS: Fry sentenced to 40 years, 20 to serve

May 22, 2012

The North Kingstown Standard-Times has learned that former resident Kimberly Fry was sentenced today to 40 years, 20 to serve, for the death of her daughter Camden. Fry could face parole in as little as three-and-a-half years after already serving three years for the 2009 crime. Pick up a copy of this week's Standard-Times for the full story.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

May 21st

Wickford Gourmet owners coming back to Main Street

May 21, 2012

By LINDSAY OLIVIER
lolivier@ricentral.com

NORTH KINGSTOWN – They’re back!
After years of absence, Joe and Donna Dube, founders of such village mainstays as Wickford Gourmet and Beauty and the Bathare returning to the place they once called home.
The Dubes are in the process of moving Wickford Gourmet Factory Outlet store from its Ten Rod Road location back to the original Wickford Gourmet building at 25 West Main St. and the pair hope to be open for business by Memorial Day.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Rhode Island Sea Grant symposium looks at marine spatial planning

May 21, 2012

PROVIDENCE—Rhode Island Sea Grant held its 11th annual Ronald C. Baird Sea Grant Science Symposium on Wednesday, bringing in scientists and policy experts from North America and Europe to the University of Rhode Island’s Providence Campus. Participants gathered to discuss a topic to which Sea Grant, among other state organizations, have been heavily committed; marine spatial planning.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

McNeiece raises concerns with ESCO project

May 21, 2012

NARRAGANSETT—On Wednesday evening, The School Committee heard a report from Jeff Broadhead, Executive Director of The Washington County Regional Planning Council (WCRPC) regarding the recent energy saving program into which the town has engaged. The Town Council held a work session last Tuesday to address the town’s energy saving needs through the Energy Services Company project (ESCO).

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Budget talks focus on property tax values

May 21, 2012

NARRAGANSETT—The Town Council held a work session Monday evening to further discuss the upcoming FY 2012-13 town budget. The town discussed a number of concerns and issues regarding decision-making on the proposed budget which was presented at the April 23 Town Council meeting, namely the rise in property tax values and the need for the town to maintain its current operating and capital fund levels where possible.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers
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