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August 29th, 2013

Fire destroys home on Columbia Street

August 29, 2013

Update: The Rhode Island State Fire Marshal's office said Thursday that the fire was determined to be accidental, caused by the "improper disposal of smoking materials."

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – A fire destroyed the upper two floors of a home on Columbia Street Saturday afternoon.

According to Union Fire District Chief Robert Perry, crews were called to 25 Columbia St. at 3:37 p.m. Upon arrival, Perry said they found the second and third floor attic engulfed in flame with heavy black smoke emanating from the structure.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

CRMC affirms denial of Champlin’s Marina BI expansion

August 29, 2013

NARRAGANSETT — Champlin’s Marina on Block Island lost its second round with the Coastal Resources Management Council (CRMC), when the council upheld its 2011 decision Monday to deny Champlin’s application for docking expansion.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Zoning board grants permission for Lamoureux to move Ocean Road home

August 29, 2013

NARRAGANSETT- The Narragansett Zoning Board recently granted permission to the owner of an Ocean Road home, built in error on the neighboring property, to move the home to its proper location.

Following a public hearing in May and decision approving the move in June, the zoning board sent notification dated Aug. 14 to Robert Lamoureux, the owner of 1440 Ocean Road, indicating that he would be permitted to move the home pending Coastal Resources Management Council approval.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

August 22nd

Coventry hockey team has superb summer

August 22, 2013

It’s relatively easy to measure the progress the Coventry hockey team made the during the Rhode Island Summer Hockey League season.
In their first game of the season the Oakers were beaten 5-1 by Bishop Hendricken. The two teams met again in the semifinals Sunday night in Smithfield and the young Oakers gave a better account of themselves.

Coventry excited about season

August 22, 2013

COVENTRY — Every offensive play the Coventry football worked on during the preseason last year went for naught when, after the Oakers were humbled in a non-league game by North Kingstown, Coventry coach Gerry Zannella eschewed the passing game in favor of the single wing out of self perseveration.
That shouldn't be the case this year as the Oakers enter the new season with a new quarterback and a new mindset. Junior Joe Foley, who quarterbacked the Oakers' JV team last year, will be the signal caller this season.

Coventry advances to World Series playoffs

August 22, 2013

The Coventry Babe Ruth 13-year-old all-stars had already qualified for the single-elimination portion of the World Series, but the 13 kids didn’t know that.
Coventry coach Mark Barter elected not to tell his team prior to Wednesday’s final pool play game against Tualatin Hills, Oregon that the team had already qualified because he wanted the team to shoot for the American Division’s No. 2 seed, which would put Coventry on the other side of the bracket from El Segundo, Calif.

Catlow named National Club POY

August 22, 2013

KINGSTON—University of Rhode Island junior Cassie Catlow, of North Kingstown, has racked up a number of honors in her years skating for the Rams but recently she picked up by far her most prestigous.
For her play and demeanor on the ice Catlow has been named the 2013 American Collegiate Hockey Association Zoe Harris Player of the Year, an award which annually reccognizes the top player among the associations’ 48 club hockey teams.

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