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May 30th, 2012

Sequino to help 'The City On The Move'

May 30, 2012

EAST GREENWICH — William Sequino has spent close to a quarter century making sure that the Town of East Greenwich remains afloat financially and be one of the more thriving communities in Rhode Island.

Now, the Town Manager will have quite the challenge on his hands, along with four others, to prevent “The City On The Move” from moving further down the financial drain.

Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

May 29th

Politics as Usual: Boy, the state sure struck out with 38 Studios (OPINION)

May 30, 2012

It was already a pretty busy news cycle last week – Governor Chafee’s executive order on gay marriage, the Channel 12 poll on the 1st Congressional district primary and the tussle over Woonsocket’s supplemental tax bill – and then the 38 Studios fiasco came and sucked all the oxygen out of the room.
Really, the only surprising thing about this news is that it seemed to take everyone by surprise.
Just about everyone in Rhode Island, except then-Gov. Donald Carcieri and his pick for EDC honcho, Keith Stokes, said at the time that this deal was irresponsible to the point of lunacy.

Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Today's schedule - Wednesday, May 30

May 30, 2012

Baseball Division II playoffs

Region 2

Juanita Sanchez vs. Narragansett at Sprague Park, 4 p.m.

Region 4

Burrillville at Prout, 4 p.m.

West Warwick vs. Exeter-West Greenwich at Wawaloam Field, 4 p.m.


State championship meet at Cranston Country Club, 7 a.m.

Boys lacrosse

Division II semifinals

Providence Country Day at East Greenwich, 6 p.m.

Nature Conservancy develops Oysters Gone Wild in South County

May 29, 2012

SOUTH KINGSTOWN—At the turn of the last century, Point Judith Pond was an abundant resource for oysters, edifying an extensive economy which saw South County shellfishermen vend their produce to hotels and restaurants across the southern coast of New England. When the entrance at the pond’s mouth was permanently breached in 1910, however, salinity levels sharply rose, and by the 1950s, oyster populations declined.

Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

May 28th

At 27,000 square feet, Twisted Throttle hits high gear

May 29, 2012

Special to the Standard

EXETER – You’ve got to hand it to Erik Stephens: he really knows how to throw a party.
Last Saturday, on both his 36th birthday and the 10th anniversary of his company Twisted Throttle, throngs of motorcycle aficionados showed up to celebrate the opening of Stephens’ spectacular new 27,000-square-foot establishment.
The business manufactures, distributes and engages in online sales of all things motorcycle, making it a Mecca for weekend road warriors wanting gear, apparel and hard-to-find parts, some of which require custom production.

Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Today's schedule - Tuesday, May 29

May 29, 2012

Division I playoffs
Region 2
Warwick Veterans vs. South Kingstown at Old Mountain Field, 4 p.m.
Region 3
Chariho vs. North Kingstown at Lischio Field, 4 p.m.
Coventry at Cranston East, 4 p.m.
East Greenwich at Hendricken, 4 p.m.
State championship meet at Cranston Country Club, 7 a.m.
Boys volleyball
East Greenwich at Cranston West, 6:30 p.m.
Exeter-West Greenwich at Scituate, 6:30 p.m.

Today's schedule - Monday, May 28

May 28, 2012

Coventry vs. North Kingstown at Ryan Park, 11 a.m.
Boys tennis
State Championship
South Kingstown vs. Hendricken at La Salle, 2 p.m.
Division II Championship
East Greenwich vs. Cranston West at Slater Park, 12 p.m.


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