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HOPKINTON – Back in 2018, I knocked on the door of Robert and Judy Morgan’s house in Hope Valley. Someone had told me this man, 94-year-old Bob Morgan, was a World War II veteran with incredible stories. 

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WOOD RIVER JCT. — Surveys of Chariho parents and staff show an overall willingness to return to in-person learning in the fall, but the mechanics of doing so during the COVID -19 pandemic are challenging.

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RICHMOND — The issue of gunfire noise from a private property has been resolved with a minimum of fuss — and some help from the police. 

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WOOD RIVER JCT. — Meeting remotely Tuesday, members of the Chariho School Committee adopted the 2020-21 schools budget and set a June 30 date for the budget referendum. They also discussed the state’s plan to reopen schools and what the new coronavirus protocols might cost the school district.

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WOOD RIVER JCT. — Just months before graduation, three Chariho seniors who would normally be cruising to the end of the school year found themselves designing and producing medical devices that are helping local hospitals save lives during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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WOOD RIVER JCT. — It won’t be the traditional graduation ceremony at the University of Rhode Island’s Ryan Center, but students, teachers and administrators have put their heads together to find ways to honor Chariho seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic while still keeping everyone safe.

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During her daily press briefing today, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced 38 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the state to a total of 203 cases. Although this is the highest number of new cases Rhode Island has seen in one day to date, Raimondo assured Rhode Islanders that the state is working diligently.

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Due to the statewide effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, the Southern Rhode Island Newspapers office will be closed to the public until further notice.