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Charlestown Chief of Police Shippee to retire

May 12, 2012

CHARLESTOWN - In a letter sent to the town council last Friday, Charlestown Chief of Police Jack Shippee announced his intentions to retire. His last day will be June 5.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

DiLibero under fire

April 12, 2012

CHARLESTOWN - While much transpired at Monday night’s town council meeting in Charlestown, many important decisions were continued until later dates. The meeting started later than usual following the council’s executive session, and continued deep into the night. The town administrator’s performance, the future of Ninigret Park, and homeowner tax relief were all discussed at the lengthy meeting.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

On time, under budget

March 23, 2012

CHARLESTOWN - The maintenance dredging project that turned the shores of Ninigret Pond near the mouth of the Charlestown Breachway into a bustling hub of giant tubes and loud machinery for a few late winter weeks is finished. Not only was the project completed within this season’s prime dredging window, it was completed under budget.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Chariho budget in hands of voters

March 16, 2012

WOOD RIVER JUNCTION - The Chariho School Committee adopted the Fiscal Year 2013 budget on Tuesday night, after one final altercation that will relieve $200,000 from the member towns’ contribution bottom line. The budget will now be put to the will of the voters at an April 10 referendum.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Obama budget could nix Carcieri decision

March 1, 2012

President Barack Obama’s proposed budget for the fiscal year of 2013 includes language that could have an immediate and direct impact on Charlestown, and would essentially overturn a court decision that originated right here in Rhode Island.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

W. Alton Jones celebrates 50 years

February 24, 2012

WEST GREENWICH - While the University of Rhode Island’s Kingston campus, Bay campus and Providence campus all have unique characteristics that make them beautiful, URI’s most alluring and charming campus may be none of the three.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Hopkinton remains toll free

February 23, 2012

HOPKINTON - The Federal Highway Administration has rejected the Rhode Island Dept. of Transportation’s (RIDOT) request to build toll booths on both sides of Route 95 in between Exits 2 and 3, in the Hopkinton/Richmond area.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Town votes to assist in YMCA land purchase

February 16, 2012

CHARLESTOWN - A 27.7-acre chunk of wooded land with approximately 700 feet of shoreline on the eastern banks of Watchaug Pond is on its way to becoming publicly accessible and protected open space. The Charlestown Land Trust will buy the property from the Ocean Community YMCA, with the help of a $475,000 allocation from the town.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

CIA visits Chariho for food demonstartion

February 14, 2012

WOOD RIVER JUNCTION - The Chariho Career and Technical Center welcomed a special guest on Tuesday to give students in the Culinary Arts program taste of food service industry post-secondary education opportunities and employment possibilities.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

A candid talk regarding substance abuse

February 12, 2012

WOOD RIVER JUNCTION - It is not often that you see parents and teens openly conversing about drug use in high school, but that was exactly the case Monday night in the Chariho High School library, where a group of seven students spoke candidly and answered the questions of worried parents.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

 

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