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Archive - 2014

July 10th

Martin cited for suspended license

July 10, 2014

A former East Greenwich School Committee member – and current candidate for a seat – is in trouble with the law for operating a motor vehicle while having a suspended license.
Paul Martin, 71, of 57 Brookside Drive, was cited for the infraction by East Greenwich police on June 27 following a minor motor vehicle accident that occurred on Division Street that morning.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

DBR investigating Cornerstone Pub in Exeter

July 10, 2014

EXETER—On the night of Nov. 22, 2013, Jo-Ann Gershkoff was given news which no mother ever wants to hear; her son Nicholas was killed in a drunk driving accident. Now, the mother of three is seeking action from the state and the venue which served Nicholas and his friends, all underage, alcohol last fall.
On Monday evening, Gershkoff informed the Exeter Town Council that the Cornerstone Pub at 273 Nooseneck Hill Road, Exeter, is currently the subject of an investigation from the Rhode Island Department of Business Regulation regarding its alcohol service to minors.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Exeter Council addresses break-ins

July 10, 2014

EXETER—At its regular meeting on Monday evening, the Exeter Town Council addressed concern from residents about break-ins which have occurred in recent months. Councilman Robert Johnson asked that residents who suspect a break-in should contact the Rhode Island State Police, but emphasized on Wednesday that the issue is not ‘out of control.’
“There have been four events in the past year on Widow Sweets Road,” said Johnson. “I am trying to confirm with the state police what information they have, but there was a rumor it was a Verizon guy, or a guy imitating a Verizon guy.”

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

NKHS choir gathers to remember 1975 Romania trip

July 10, 2014

NORTH KINGSTOWN—As the slideshow flipped through memories captured in faded photographs, the North Kingstown choir whispered stories from a nostalgic past, when in 1975 they traveled to Romania to sing songs and experience life outside of the confines of Post Road and Route 102.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Hopkinton considers land ordinance amendments

July 10, 2014

HOPKINTON — Monday’s town council agenda included hearings for four proposed residential and land development ordinance amendments. The ordinances contained outdated language that did not conform to state regulations.
Hopkinton Town Planner Jim Lamphere said many of the ordinances were adopted in 1990 before the Land Development and Subdivision Review Enabling Act of 1992 that required every municipality to adopt state regulations.
“The purpose is to modernize them. There was old language that needed to be updated, plus a little bit of streamlining and clarification,” he said.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Local farmers teach public to eat sustainably

July 10, 2014

EXETER — Where do your fruits, vegetables, and meats come from and how were they raised? Caring about your food sources requires a change in attitude and shopping habits – it often involves stepping away from the grocery store aisles and buying directly from local farmers.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

July 9th

SK American team falls to Warwick

July 9, 2014

WARWICK - The South Kingstown American 11 and under All-Star Team has enjoyed a nice start to the tournament. The team won their first three games against South Kingstown National, Narragansett, and Wickford, quickly becoming recognized as one of the strongest teams in the winners bracket.
However, the team had a big challenge on Sunday afternoon against Warwick Continental, thought to be one of the best teams in the tournament.

Narragansett beats SK National with big fifth inning

July 9, 2014

NARRAGANSETT - If the Narragansett’s 9 and 10-year-old All-Star Softball team wanted to make a statement in their first game of the District 3 Tournament, it was definitely made on Monday night.

Reps praise receipt of disaster relief funds

July 9, 2014

NARRAGANSETT—As a strong ocean breeze blew through Narragansett Pier on Monday morning, local and state officials gathered before the Towers to announce more than $2.5 million in grants to fund historic property restoration throughout Rhode Island. The funding was secured by U.S. Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse, alongside representatives James Langevin and David Cicilline, through the national Hurricane Sandy Relief program.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Town council talks fund balance policy, Dillon rotary signage

July 9, 2014

NARRAGANSETT – The Narragansett Town Council continued to mull over crucial issues at their regular meeting on Monday evening. Of particular concern for members was the approval of the fund balance policy and a resolution to delegate the authorization of assigning the fund balance to the town manager.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

 

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