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April 28th, 2011

Langevin talks Medicare with seniors

April 28, 2011

WAKEFIELD–As the Democrats and Republicans in Washington debate over how to decrease the federal deficit, Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) visited local seniors at the South Kingstown Senior Center Monday to discuss the House Republican plan to privatize Medicare.

April 27th

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April 28, 2011

Five months ago, one of the hottest topics in and around North Kingstown was the proposed moving of the Beechwood House. Now, months after the project seemed to be wrapping up, nothing’s really been done. What gives? Find out in this week’s Standard Times in an exclusive story by Martha Smith.
In addition, we wrap up our month-long investigation into homelessness in North Kingstown with a look at some of the local residents who do their part to eliminate the problem.
And, if that wasn’t enough, we’ve got you covered on everything budget related, both in NK and Exeter.

Bullying at SKHS: Part one of a two part series

April 27, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Many see bullying as just a part of growing up. Yet, kids are not just being stuffed into lockers anymore or given swirlies in a toilet, but are tormented online through social media, which they cannot escape from. With tormented children increasingly committing suicide after months of harassment from their peers, this playground staple seems to be much more than simple growing pains. While many school districts struggle to combat the bullying issue and to develop an adequate bullying policy, the South Kingstown school district is doing all it can to make sure they never lose a student to bullying.

Hopkinton Town Council down a member

April 27, 2011

HOPKINTON – The Town Council is down one member after Jonathan Osborne handed in a letter of resignation last Monday, April 18.

April 26th

Special Report: Homelessness in North Kingstown (Crossroads not just an affordable housing development)

April 27, 2011

NORTH KINGSTOWN—Jan Hall-Stinson sits at her desk in the Crossroads Family Housing Complex with a small coffee from Dunkin Donuts, a big, white calendar and a stack of paperwork piled high.
On the wall nearest the door are newspaper clippings reporting the athletic achievements of some of Crossroads’ student athletes enrolled at North Kingstown High School. Displayed on a small table directly below is a scale model of what the buildings at Crossroads will one day look like.

Prout golf tops Chariho, NK

April 26, 2011

WESTERLY - It was the first match of the season, but it may end up being the biggest.
The Southern Division's top three teams met up Tuesday at foggy Weekapaug Golf Club and it was Prout, the home team, coming away with the sweep, beating North Kingstown 164-165 and Chariho, 164-167, while the Skippers earned a split with the two-shot win over the Chargers.
Prout was led by Nicole Scola, the defending girls champion, who shot a 47; No. 4 Matt Costaregni carded a 41 and Nos. 2 and 3 Greg Zervos and Matt Gerlach both came in at 43.

Hopkinton Town Council, businesses searching for middle ground

April 26, 2011

HOPKINTON -- Before the latest public hearing on a proposed land clearing and earth removal ordinance began Monday night, it became clear that the matter would be continued for the purposes of more research and discussion to find a middle ground.

Technology park may be coming to URI

April 26, 2011

KINGSTON– The University of Rhode Island is fast becoming one of the top research and economic engines in the state and it may take one step forward by developing a research and technology park to connect private firms with students and the state.

April 25th

NK seniors put their passion on display as part of swing group

April 26, 2011

They sing, they tap dance, they laugh and just have fun!
A group of senior citizens at the Beechwood Senior Center has been getting together a couple times a month for more than 30 years to practice their favorites before they bring their show on the road.

Georgio headed to Norwich University

April 25, 2011

As an eighth grader, everyone told Al Georgio he was too small to play running back in high school
In high school, people said he didn’t have the size to stand up to the rigors of varsity play.
During his record-breaking senior season, few thought he would be big enough to play at the college level.
And each time, Georgio proved his doubters wrong.

 

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