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Council discusses alcohol policy alterations

June 24, 2013

EAST GREENWICH — Members of the East Greenwich Town Council, other local officials and the public discussed their thoughts and ideas regarding possibly amending the alcoholic beverage ordinance Monday evening at Swift Community Center.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

166 pick up diplomas Sunday

June 14, 2013

PROVIDENCE — Donned in the traditional white and maroon caps and gowns, the 166 members of the East Greenwich High School Graduating Class of 2013 were lauded by school faculty, administration, friends and family inside the historic Veterans Memorial Auditorium Sunday afternoon for their achievements both academic and extracurricular throughout their four-year journeys at the campus located at 300 Avenger Ave.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Teachers’ union secretary arrested at Harborside

June 14, 2013

Rhode Island’s largest teacher’s union took a hit on Tuesday when it confirmed its secretary, 58-year-old Louis Rainone of Cranston, had resigned following his arrest at a union meeting at a waterfront East Greenwich restaurant and bar last Friday.
According to published reports, police reports from the East Greenwich

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

East Greenwich High School Class of 2013 Graduates

June 13, 2013

Due to an error in the East Greenwich Pendulum today, the list of 2013 high school graduates is not complete. The Pendulum apologizes for the error and the full list will run in next weeks issue on June 20. The following is a complete list of the 2013 East Greenwich High School graduates.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Lusi, Payette reflect on high-school experience

June 6, 2013

EAST GREENWICH — Relief. Anxiousness. Excitement. Bittersweet feelings. Optimism.
There are many emotions and senses that seniors experience in the waning days and weeks of their high-school careers leading up to when they make that long walk, dressed in the traditional cap and gown, to receive their much-deserved diplomas.
Those same emotions are swimming through the minds of valedictorian Christina Lusi, salutatorian Jack Payette and their fellow friends and classmates whom make up the East Greenwich High School Class of 2013, which will share the bright spotlights hanging down from the rafters at Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Providence on Sunday.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Council offers its support for Gist

June 6, 2013

Deborah Gist can add the Town of East Greenwich to her list of supporters in her pursuit of hoping to remain Commissioner of the State’s Department of Education.
In a letter dated May 28 that was co-signed by Town Council President Michael Isaacs and fellow Councilmen Michael Kiernan, Jeffrey Cianciolo, Brad Bishop and Mark Gee, the Town Council is urging the Board of Education and Chairwoman Eva Marie Mancuso to renew the contract of Commissioner Gist.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Town Manager Sequino stepping down

June 5, 2013

EAST GREENWICH — The man who has worked by the motto ‘No Surprises’ for the last quarter century inside East Greenwich Town Hall gave his co-workers – and the Town, for that matter – the biggest surprise possible earlier this week.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Merger signed into effect

June 5, 2013

EAST GREENWICH — On Monday, after eight months in the making, East Greenwich history was finally made.
With a few strokes of the pen, Gov. Lincoln Chafee made the merger of the East Greenwich Fire District into the Town of East Greenwich official inside a packed Chamber Room in Town Hall Monday evening, signifying a change in government that hasn’t been seen in 216 years.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Local bank robbed

May 31, 2013

East Greenwich Police is searching for a suspect in connection with a robbery that transpired at a local bank Friday afternoon.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Fire District bids adieu to East Greenwich

May 31, 2013

EAST GREENWICH — The real sun was hiding behind the overcast skies within the town last Thursday evening.
But for the East Greenwich Fire District, the proverbial sun had officially set for good a little after 8 p.m.
After serving as its own government within East Greenwich since the days where John Adams was elected president, the Fire District’s time in the town officially drew to a close following the Board of Fire Commissioners meeting inside the conference room at Town Hall last Thursday evening.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

 

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