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BREAKING NEWS: Fry found guilty of second-degree murder

October 6, 2011

The North Kingstown Standard Times has learned that a verdict has been reached in the Kimberly Fry trial.
Fry has been found guilty of second-degree murder in the death of her daughter Camden.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

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October 6, 2011

The case of Kimberly Fry appears ready to wrap up as, this week, both the prosecution and defense teams closed their cases in front of the jury.
In this week's Standard Times, we bring you the very latest on the trial of the former North Kingstown resident.
In addition, we'll bring you up to speed on the latest developments in the case of David Swain, a Jamestown man who was recently released from prison after being found guilty in the murder of his wife.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Politics as Usual: Something is clearly wrong with Republicans

October 5, 2011

By JIM BARON
Special to the Standard

When it comes to the two major political parties, I’m pretty much a “plague on both your houses” kind of guy.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Local fishermen up in arms over pilot program

October 4, 2011

By KATHLEEN MCKIERNAN
kmckiernan@ricentral.com

NARRAGANSETT – New England’s fishing fleet may have to make room for Big Brother as a federally funded pilot program plans to use closed-circuit cameras on board to record the catch and replace human observers on fishing boats. The program has local fishermen up in arms over the extremes regulations have taken.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Family proud to be Navy all the way

October 3, 2011

By MARTHA SMITH
Special to the Standard

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Before Ken Shoener answers his cell phone, callers get to hear an energetic military band rendition of “Anchors Aweigh!”

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Tell Me Your Story: New NK library director Desrochers enjoys literary life

October 2, 2011

By MARTHA SMITH
Special to the Standard

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Cyndi Desrochers is trying to love her new e-reader but, well, it’s just not the same as holding a book.
The new director of the North Kingstown Free Library, who started her job Sept. 7 after serving as acting director of the West Warwick Public Library, finds the electronic device helpful for traveling.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

NK, Exeter see NECAP science scores rise

October 1, 2011

By PAUL J. SPETRINI
pspetrini@ricentral.com

NORTH KINGSTOWN—Students in North Kingstown and Exeter-West Greenwich are performing better in science than just about ever before.
At least that’s the conclusion Superintendents Dr. Philip Auger and Dr. Thomas Geismar, from NK and E-WG respectively, would like to draw from news this week that both school districts are among Rhode Island’s highest performing in the annual New England Common Assessment Program (NECAP) science testing.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Witnesses undergo closer examination

September 30, 2011

By LINDSAY OLIVIER
lolivier@ricentral.com

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – “Camden Fry died of cardiac arrest due to asphyxia due to manual strangulation and the manner of death is homicide.“
This was the finding of former Rhode Island Medical Examiner Dr. William Cox, who performed the four-hour autopsy on Camden and who testified Tuesday afternoon at Washington County Superior Court in the trial of the State of Rhode Island vs. Kimberly Fry.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

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September 29, 2011

The Kimberly Fry trial entered its second week this week and the Standard Times has you covered on all the latest news.
In this week's edition, we bring you all the most current information from the trial as well as provide you updates on the NECAP science testing in North Kingstown and Exeter-West Greenwich, plus bring you all the features you've come to know and love from our paper each and every week, including an update on the new head of the NK Free Library.
Pick up a copy today!

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Curmudgeon's Corner: RI's public employee pension follies continue

September 28, 2011

By RICHARD AUGUST
Special to the Standard

Last week General Treasurer Raimondo’s Pension Advisory Board met for the last time. As advertised, the 12-person board made no recommendations for fixing the existing pension mess.
The Friday before that, a coalition of eight public employee unions launched a ten-minute You Tube video and sent out a mailer to 30,000 Rhode Island households described as the opening of their fight to preserve the status quo.

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