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March 31, 2011

What's your Everest?
Those three words, as asked by Saunderstown resident Dr. Tim Warren in the new book "Lessons from Everest: 7 Powerful Steps To The Top Of Your World" both sum up Warren's life and his latest foray into literature.
Chronicling his journey to the top of the world's most famous mountain, Warren aims to give readers a better grasp of their own individual goals in life and, in this week's Standard Times, you can read all about his journey and his book in great detail.

Presentation looks at future of villages in Exeter

March 31, 2011

EXETER—When you think of the future, what comes to mind? Is it a vision of large, metropolitan cities? Hover boards? Jet packs?
What about locally? How do you see your town and your community changing in 50 years? In 100? 200?

Langevin applauds selection of Point Judith for economic assessment

March 30, 2011

WARWICK - Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) expressed approval of today's announcement by the Economic Development Administration selecting Point Judith as one of six New England ports to receive an economic review in the coming weeks.

Narragansett fisherman perishes in house fire

March 30, 2011

NARRAGANSETT–A Narragansett man died Monday morning after a fire engulfed the inside of his home at 45 Durkin Drive. David W. Jordan, a 57 year-old lobsterman, was said to be trapped inside of his one floor ranch home.
Narragansett Fire Chief Jim Cotter said that a relative called Jordan’s house but received no answer. The relative then went to Jordan’s home and after seeing flames, called 911.

March 29th

WEB SPECIAL: Reading week comes to Quidnessett

March 30, 2011

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Students at the Suzanne M. Henseler Quidnessett Elementary School have been treated all week to special guest readers as part of Reading Week.
The week began with Gov. Lincoln Chafee reading to the kindergarten students and Attorney General Peter Kil-martin reading to the fifth graders. The Governor read Ducks Don’t Wear Socks, by John Nedwidek.

Caswell headed to Caldwell College

March 29, 2011

Prout senior basketball star Emily Caswell - who was named MVP of the Division II championship game after she scored 20 points in the Crusaders' 40-24 win over Mount St. Charles - will head to Caldwell College in Caldwell, New Jersey, next fall to play basketball and pursue a degree in forensic science.
Caswell had an opportunity to play volleyball, basketball or softball in college, but according to Prout coach Phil Quinn, made her decision to attend Caldwell based on academics as well as the opportunity to suit up for the Cougars.

New blog offers Progressive view

March 29, 2011

CHARLESTOWN – The latest news-centric blog, Progressive Charlestown, to cover the town came to be when its owners were looking to stimulate political discussion amongst residents.

But Will Collette and Tom Ferrio sat on the idea until earlier this year as they wanted to make it an independent blog not tied to the Charlestown Democratic Town Committee. The decision to remove that link to the political committee came this past January, prior to the official launch of the website.

March 28th

NKPD offering Alzheimer’s registration program

March 29, 2011

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Did you know that the sixth leading cause of death in America is Alzheimer’s Disease? And, it’s the only disease in the top 10 that can’t be predicted, cured or even slowed.
According to the Alzheimer’s Association of America, 5.4 million American’s are living with this disease and, since 2000, deaths from other major diseases have dropped, while deaths from Alzheimer’s have risen 66 percent. More shocking is that every 69 seconds, someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s.

Wizards ready for new season

March 28, 2011

BRANDEN MELLO
bmello@ricentral.com
WEST WARWICK — The West Warwick boys volleyball team had three returning varsity players and two green freshmen setters on the court in Thursday’s Injury Fund contest against Division II-North squad Tolman.
The Tigers, meanwhile, started a seasoned senior setter and an array of talented hitters.

Business owners discuss Narragansett’s economic future

March 28, 2011

NARRAGANSETT–As Robert Leaver set up the bulletin boards across the assembly room, Narragansett business owners quickly learned that this was not a typical public forum. Leaver, spearhead of the New Commons consultancy firm, conducts public forums as innovative brainstorming sessions. Wednesday evening was an opportunity for local business owners to develop ideas about making Narragansett a more economically profitable town.

 

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