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Disc golf legend rolls through Rhode Island

August 13, 2012

RICHMOND - On Tuesday man played the Willow Valley Disc Golf Course in Richmond unlike any other man that has ever played it before. It is no superpower or rare ability that sets this man apart from other course competitors, but an indomitable will to be the most well-traveled American ambassador of the game possible.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

A shift in Administration at Chariho

July 26, 2012

WOOD RIVER JUNCTION - When Robert Mitchell decided to leave his post as principal of Chariho High School this past spring, the Chariho School Committee acted quickly to appoint Elizabeth Sinwell, the former CHS Assistant Principal, to fill his roll. That decision was made without the use of a search committee.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Petition drive suspended after private buyer acquires YMCA land

July 19, 2012

A story in this week's Chariho Times detailed a petition drive organized by a group of Charlestown residents to encourage the town to buy a 27.7-acre piece of property on the eastern shores of Watchaug Pond formerly owned by the Ocean Community YMCA. After press time on Wednesday, the petition drive was suspended when the land was sold to a private buyer.

The petitioners aim to appropriate up to $600,000 from the town's undesignated surplus for the purchase.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

General Assembly candidates in place

July 12, 2012

Next fall, Rhode Island voters will again choose who will represent them in the General Assembly for the next term, and in many cases they will have to chose between their current representative and new and old challengers. Such is the case in Districts 38, 39 and 36.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Man dies after Charlestown train collision

July 5, 2012

CHARLESTOWN - A 25-year-old Providence man has died after being struck by a high-speed train on a trestle bridge carrying amtrak lines over the Pawcatuck River in the northwest section of Charlestown on Sunday.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Chariho High School graduates 287 at the Ryan Center

June 21, 2012

KINGSTON - Their journey began four years ago. It took place in Wood River Junction and accounted for perhaps the most significant part of their adolescence. It included homework and tests, was punctuated by some extracurricular achievements, impeded by multiple challenges, and ultimately characterized by pride and the will to overcome.
And on Monday night, their journey ended.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Richmond, Hopkinton budgets approved for FY2013

June 13, 2012

Both Richmond and Hopkinton voters approved the Fiscal Year 2013 (FY13) budgets for their respective towns early this week, Richmond during a financial town meeting on Monday night and Hopkinton during an all-day Tuesday referendum. While the bottom line of the Richmond budget checks in at $22.86 million, that of Hopkinton totals $24.52 million.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Hopkinton Town Hall consolodation costs on ballot

June 11, 2012

HOPKINTON - If you have ever been confused as to which door to use when standing outside the front entrance of Hopkinton Town Hall, you are not alone. Town Manager William McGarry admitted that the two front doors often cause confusion amongst visitors, and it would benefit all if town hall had a more prominent entrance way for the public.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

New beach pavilions open for summer

May 31, 2012

CHARLESTOWN - Memorial Day Weekend is not only a celebration of brave soldiers who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their homeland, it has also become a celebration of the changing of the season and the coming of summer. This is no more evident than along the sandy coast of southern Rhode Island, when the weekend serves as the unofficial first group of beach days of the year.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

New beach pavilions open for summer

May 31, 2012

CHARLESTOWN - Memorial Day Weekend is not only a celebration of brave soldiers who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their homeland, it has also become a celebration of the changing of the season and the coming of summer. This is no more evident than along the sandy coast of southern Rhode Island, when the weekend serves as the unofficial first group of beach days of the year.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

 

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