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January 18th, 2012

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January 18, 2012

In today's Narragansett Times, we have the response from South Kingstown town officials to the Coastal Resources Management Council on their application to erect a sheet pile wall on Matunuck Beach Road.

Last week the federal government released the first draft of the implementation plan for the National Ocean Policy (NOP), a holistic approach towards the management of the country’s oceanic resources. The draft aims to help sustain fragile ecosystems.

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New hours at Charlestown transfer station

January 18, 2012

CHARLESTOWN - The Charlestown Transfer Station will have new hours of operation starting this week.

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January 17th

Curmudgeon's Corner: Thompson's resignation not exactly a surpise (OPINION)

January 18, 2012

I wasn’t surprised by Joe Thompson’s announcement that he is resigning from the North Kingstown School Committee.
I was at the committee’s meeting on December 13th when Mr. Thompson and his sidekick Bill Mudge stormed out of the high school cafeteria. Messrs. Thompson and Mudge were upset at a ruling by Chairperson Kim Page, supported by legal counsel Mary Ann Carroll, that a motion by Dick Welch to reconsider the vote on a $6.4 million bond issue was in order.

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Town leaders attend MESS

January 17, 2012

PROVIDENCE - Gov. Lincoln Chafee held a closed door meeting with the 39 municipal leaders of Rhode Island on Thursday, Jan. 5, at the state house. The meeting was a MESS, but that’s not to say it was disorderly or dysfunctional. MESS stands for Municipal Executives Strategy Session.

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January 16th

NK's Paul Bailey's helps recreate history

January 17, 2012

By LAUREN KNIGHT
lknight@ricentral.com

WEST WARWICK–Last weekend, the production of Grease at West Warwick High School wowed audiences when a 1946 Ford convertible appeared on stage.
According to MJ Langlais, the administrative assistant at Paul Bailey’s Collision Center in North Kingstown, the feat was accomplished by the collaborative efforts of Paul Bailey’s and the West Warwick Public School department.

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Chariho Hall of Famer dies

January 16, 2012

A man who spent over 30 years working for Chariho schools, and a lifetime serving his community, passed away on Jan. 7, at his home, surrounded by his family.

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January 15th

Metcalf students get a taste of the good life

January 16, 2012

By KENDRA LEIGH MILLER
Special to the Standard

PROVIDENCE–It was a dining experience that won’t be forgotten for three students at Metcalf Elementary School in West Greenwich.
Nicholas Petrarca, Rachel Lesinski and Mary Reynolds, students at Metcalf, along with their parents were treated to a three course, gourmet dinner at Gracie’s, an upscale restaurant in downtown Providence Tuesday night.

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