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November 6th, 2014

Minor changes to Hopkinton as 2014 race concludes

November 6, 2014

HOPKINTON — On Tuesday, town residents voted to keep four of its town council members, re-elect a former one, and let a longtime member go.
At 44 percent, the election turnout was high: of the town’s registered 5,988 voters, 2,632 cast ballots. In addition, there are 100 mail-in ballots yet to be tabulated.
With 1,610 votes, Independent incumbent Barbara Capalbo took first place. In second place, current town council president Frank Landolfi, an Independent, received 1,496 votes. Current town council vice president Sylvia Thompson, a Democrat, came in third with 1,434 votes.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Republicans dominate in Richmond

November 6, 2014

RICHMOND — Town council power shifted from the Democrats to the Republicans, three to two, in Tuesday night’s election. Republicans Henry R. Oppenheimer and Paul H. Michaud, both incumbents, were joined by Charles W. More, who is on the town’s planning board. Also elected were current town council president B. Joseph Reddish III and former council president Ronald D. Newman, both Democrats.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Three new faces elected to Chariho School Committee

November 6, 2014

In Tuesday’s election, twelve candidates ran for seven seats on the Chariho School Committee. Four of the six incumbents won re-election and three out of the six newcomers were voted in.
In Richmond, newcomer, Kevin McGreevy, a Republican, upset incumbent Robert Cardozo 1,537 votes to 1,077 votes. Cardozo had served on the school committee for four years. McGreevy, a pharmacist, has lived in Rhode Island since 1987 and is married with two sons.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

November 5th

Final push for Narragansett hopefuls

November 5, 2014

NARRAGANSETT – Thousands of Narragansett residents hit the polls on Tuesday to vote in the mid-term elections. With approximately 12,000 registered voters in town, the five local polling places were busy and held steady throughout the day. Voters visited the Mettatuxet Yacht Club, the St. Veronica’s Chapel, St. Mary Star of the Sea Church, the North Beach Club House, and the Narragansett Pier Middle School.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Three newcomers to SK town council

November 5, 2014

SOUTH KINGSTOWN - According to unofficial numbers, the new South Kingstown Town Council will consist of Meg Healy, Joe Viele, Rachel Clough, Abel Collins and Carol Hagan McEntee.
Without the inclusion of the 728 absentee ballots, Councilman James O’Neill is out. Almost any configuration will be possible when the absentee ballots are counted, including the last-place vote-getter, current vice president Carol Hagan McEntee’s replacement by the next-place vote-getter, Liz Gledhill.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

November 3rd

VIDEO: McNabb: Manning can't stand with Brady in my eyes

November 3, 2014

VIDEO: McNabb: Manning can't stand with Brady in my eyes
FOX Sports Live breaks down the latest game in the rivalry.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Generation Church to hold service at Narragansett Pier Theatre

November 3, 2014

NARRAGANSETT – Narragansett will soon be welcoming a new addition to its religious community - the Generation Church, a new local group dedicated to the main goal of praising God.
The church, Baptist but non-denominational in nature, welcomes individuals from various walks of life, and even those who have had religious doubts in the past, to join them in their celebration and praise.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers
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