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Walking the home stretch for Sept. 11

September 12, 2011

Hundreds of miles and five weeks later Joe “Tiger” Patrick is reaching the place, where his life changed forever on Sept. 11, Ground Zero, New York City.

On Aug. 7, Patrick began a journey taking a train to Washington D.C. and then walking from the Pentagon  to Shanksville Pa, and on to New York City in one month just in time to reach Ground Zero on Sept. 11. Along his trip, he travelled to the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia to Shankesville, Penn., to Ground Zero in New York to honor the fallen victims of Sept. 11, 2001.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Breaking News: Michael Woodmansee to get out of prison tomorrow

September 8, 2011

CRANSTON – Michael Woodmansee, who killed South Kingstown's five-year old Jason Foreman in 1975 will be early released today, two days before his scheduled release.

“The [Foreman] family is upset and rightfully so. This is the third release date change from when they first heard back in the spring that he was being released early after serving only 29 years of a 40 year prison sentence,” Erik Wallin, the Foreman's lawyer said.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Woodmansee release postponed again due to bad behavior

September 6, 2011

CRANSTON – Convicted child killer Michael Woodmansee has been ordered to stay in prison a little while longer due to a disciplinary infraction he committed in prison on Aug. 20.

Woodmansee was scheduled to be released Thursday, Sept. 1 but after he failed to stand for the prison count, his release date was pushed back to Sunday, Sept. 11, Rhode Island Department of Corrections spokeswoman, Tracy Zeckhausen said. The convicted child killer has agreed to commit himself voluntarily to a state mental health facility rather than be released into the community.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

SK teachers cast vote of no confidence

September 2, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Although NEA-South Kingstown and the school committee came to an agreement on the collective bargaining agreement for teachers Tuesday, Aug. 17, the teacher’s union was still unsatisfied. The teachers expressed that dissatisfaction Tuesday with a single vote, a vote of no confidence for South Kingstown School Superintendent Dr. Kristen Stringfellow.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Late start to school frustrates SK parents

September 2, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Christine Girous said her 5 year old daughter was excited for the first day of school and ready to start kindergarten. But, after South Kingstown Schools have postponed the start of school from Aug. 30 to Aug. 31 and then to Sept. 6, parents and their children are beginning to get a little stir crazy.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Check out what's inside The Narragansett Times today

September 2, 2011

It's only a few days after Tropical Storm Irene but residents are still feeling its affects. In today's paper find out how parents in South Kingstown are feeling after school was delayed one week and how area businesses coped with the power loss. Also, read about how the Union Firefighters made the damage from the storm less than what it could have been.

Pick up a copy of Friday's The Narragansett Times.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Surfrider looks at problem of plastic pollution in our oceans

September 1, 2011

NARRAGANSETT—Seventy percent of the world's surface is covered by ocean, and only ten percent has been explored. There are deep trenches and reefs, alongside small, remote islands which are unknown, including the habitats that surround them. Yet even in parts of the ocean which humans themselves have not touched, mankind's presence still pervades in the form of plastics.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Surfers see Irene as a wave of opportunity

September 1, 2011

NARRAGANSETT—The fog hung low, hugging the waves at Narragansett Town Beach as they grew larger by the hour. Hurricane Irene was on its way, but for the surfers and sea kayakers, this day was better than any to have some real fun.

"We're taking a break right now, but we are going to go back at the waves," said Ryan Fotit of Belchertown, Massachusetts. "We come here all the time, and got in the waves today at 12 p.m."

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Preview today's Narragansett Times

August 31, 2011

This past weekend Tropical Storm Irene spun through South County, knocking over trees, bringing down power lines and putting thousands in the dark. This Wednesday's The Narragansett Times will have photos of the storm as it wreaked havoc and information on the aftermath of the storm. Pick up a copy of today's The Narragansett Times!

 

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Breaking News: South Kingstown Schools has been canceled for Thursday, Sept. 1

August 31, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN - School in South Kingstown has been canceled for tomorrow, Thursday, Sept. 1. The first day of school will be Tuesday, Sept. 6. The original first day of school was scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 30, but has been postponed due to low hanging wires remaining in several areas of the town after Tropical Storm Irene hit Rhode Island Sunday.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

 

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