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February 27th, 2011
SOUTH KINGSTOWN â€“ The School Committee held a work shop session Tuesday night, where they focused on how to improve their leadership roles and how to best develop a bullying policy for the schools.
In its discussion on how to formulate a bullying policy that is both current and flexible to future changes, the school committee discussed the possibility of actually talking with students on what goes on in their schools.
Sitting through a House Labor Committee meeting last week, I had a Popeye moment. After listening to as much garbage as I could take, I muttered under my breath, â€śThatâ€™s all I can stands, I canâ€™t stands no more.â€ť
SOUTH KINGSTOWN â€“ Due to the global fiscal crisis and unknown revenue streams, 144 teachers will be receiving non-renewal letters in the coming days after the school committee approved Superintendent Kristen Stringfellow's recommendation Tuesday night.
PROVIDENCE, RI - February 22, 2011 - Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) announced this week that it has recently hired Kathleen Ringler and Kevin DeAngelis as Financial Consultants.
Ringler and DeAngelis will be responsible for advising and helping customers make informed and prudent investment decisions to achieve their short and long-term financial goals. DeAngelis will serve customers in Warwick locations and Ringler will serve at BankRI's South Broadway, North Kingstown, and East Greenwich locations.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN â€“ A Newport man was arrested on a South Kingstown police warrant Wednesday and charged with five felonies related to a home invasion involving a firearm on Feb. 4.
By Jessica Selby
A male-female duo have made off with more than a $1,000 worth of items from the Coventry Wal-Mart.
Coventry Police are investigating, but are asking the public for help in identifying the suspects.
The store has video surveillance of both the male and the female suspects and have posted the images on Rhode Island Most Wanted, but are hoping that someone will reach out to them to help the detectives working the case to identify the suspects.
It is Easy Bake Oven come to life.
Nancy Schwab â€“ whose own childhood paralleled that most popular of girlâ€™s toys where you pretended to cook and bake â€“ has started a business where girls (and boys) get to do the real thing and in grand style.
Welcome to the world of Petite Chef.
CRANSTON, R.I. - Clink, clank, clunk! That's the sound more than 15,000 students throughout Rhode Island will soon hear as they pour their pocket change into collection jars to support Olive Garden's 17th-annual Pasta for Pennies program benefiting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS) School & Youth campaign. Last year, Olive Garden's Pasta for Pennies collected $6.1 million nationally, bringing the total amount donated since the program's inception to more than $53 million.
CHARLESTOWN â€“ Looking to hold a yard sale in town once the weather warms up? Be sure to check the town's recently amended ordinance on yard sales beforehand.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN â€“ A state representative has proposed repealing the controversial Caruolo Act, which allows school committees to file suit against their taxpayers when they overspend their budgets, something South Kingstown isn't too worried about.
Rep. Patricia L. Morgan, R- West Warwick, Coventry introduced the legislation to eliminate the law that she said is a costly and lengthy method of resolving funding disputes.