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February 1st, 2011

Little League gets to turn on the lights

February 1, 2011

The Town Council allowed the East Greenwich Little League to build a set of lights, and night baseball will come to Cragan Field this spring.

January 31st

WEB EXCLUSIVE: NK Girls Scouts did their part

February 1, 2011

Girl Scouts from East Greenwich Troop 1380 and North Kingstown Troop 111 recently held a “dress down day” at Our Lady of Mercy School, East Greenwich, to benefit Project Undercover. Over 9,000 pieces of socks, underwear and diapers were collected and donated to the West Bay Community Action program in Warwick.

"Baby of the Week"

January 31, 2011

SRI Newspapers will feature one baby (12 months and under) each week. Parents must submit a picture of the baby alone, as well as some information about the baby including birth date, what the baby likes to do etc. Parental permission must be given for all photos submitted in email or in writing. Child must reside in the areas our publications cover in South County.

Richmond Community Center's calendar packed with activities

January 31, 2011

RICHMOND – If you're looking for something to do this coming February, you should probably head on over to the Richmond Community Center.

Located above the Richmond Police Station on Main Street, the center has a full month of activities planned for next month. The Richmond Social Activities Ad Hoc Committee deserves much of the thanks for this initiative, as does Town Administrator Steve Sette.

The administrator has helped the committee ever since they got their start back late last year as a means of picking up where the disbanded Richmond Senior Citizens Association left off.

AARP Tax-Aide program offers free services to low and middle income taxpayers

January 31, 2011

As tax season approaches, it is almost time to file that tax return. This year, the AARP Tax-Aide program, which offers free service to help with tax return preparation and filing is extending to low and middle income taxpayers, while also serving its traditional customers, AARP members or senior citizens. The program is also adding a fifth site in South County.
The AARP Tax-Aide program has been serving low and middle income taxpayers for over 40 years. IRS certified volunteers are available at locations in many South County communities to help with tax return preparation and filing. The service includes free electronic filing, providing refunds within 14 days.

January 30th

Hopkins Hill hosting a dust bowl?

January 31, 2011

At Monday night’s town council meeting the room was packed with residents there to discuss dust problems with Department of Environmental Management (DEM) officials.
The dust problems, which residents say come off of the Centre of New England property, are in the area of Johnson’s Boulevard to Jade Road and Arnold Road to Lydia Road.

EG woman knows the joys and fears of being an Army mother

January 31, 2011

Nov. 12, 2006, was the worst day of Nancie Ann Schnell’s life, but Jan. 8, 2011 was one of the best.
Her son, Anthony Roberti, was honored as a military hero on that latter date for the incredible actions on the former.

WEB EXCLUSIVE: NK's Beisel among Words Unlimited award winners

January 31, 2011

Words Unlimited, the statewide organization of sports writers, sportscasters and sports publicists, will hold its 65th annual Sports Awards Banquet on Sunday, Feb. 20, at The Radisson on Post Road in Warwick.
The reception will begin at 5 p.m. and dinner will be served at 6 p.m.
Tickets are priced at $35 each and may be obtained by contacting Johnson & Wales University director of athletics John Parente at (401) 598-1604, or any Words Unlimited member.

Feet First raises $5,940 for RI Food Bank

January 30, 2011

WAKEFIELD – Feet First of Wakefield once again partnered with Dansko Footwear to raise nearly $6,000 for hungry Rhode Islanders.
For the third year in a row, Feet First and Dansko donated a portion from the sale of each pair of Dansko shoes to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. This year they raised $5,940 during the holiday season, which will be matched by the Food Bank's “End Hunger Challenge Fund” to contribute even further to the community.

January 29th

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Unfortunately for Chafee–and society–Coulter still has a job

January 30, 2011

If anyone had asked me after the September primary what I thought Bill Lynch would be doing in the future, the answer “selling marijuana” would have been very, very close to the bottom of my list.
But his name was right there in Donna Kenny Kirwan’s story last Wednesday, along with several other bold-type names from Rhode Island politics, government and business, looking to open a compassion center to supply medical marijuana patients.

 

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