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April 4th, 2013

Oakers split opening week

April 4, 2013

COVENTRY — Rachel Ball had two hits in the first three innings of Coventry’s season opener against Toll Gate Monday, but those hits were scrubbed away when the game was abandoned in the top of the fourth inning because of heavy rain and wind.

End of the road for Murphys

April 4, 2013

A first-team, All-Southeastern Conference performer in his senior season, South Kingstown’s Erik Murphy has had a tremendous career playing for the University of Florida men’s basketball team.

Tough weekend for Rhode Island

April 4, 2013

KINGSTON—The University of Rhode Island baseball team kicked off their A10 schedule over the weekend, with a rough series against defending conference champions Dayton at Bill Beck Memorial Field.

Chargers ready for another run

April 4, 2013

WOOD RIVER JCT.—Over the past few years the Chariho boys outdoor track team has been both the hunter and the hunted.
Last season the Chargers were without their top runner, Mike Marsella, and fell just three points short of a second consecutive outdoor title.

Charioho hoping to make strides

April 4, 2013

After a four-year hiatus from the postseason the Chariho boys tennis team made its return to the playoffs last season after finishing the regular season 8-8 in the Division II.
The Chargers were swept by Classical in the first round but with that experience and a veteran roster in tow Chariho is hoping to take the next step this season.

March 29th

Mannix calls for hiatus on wind talks

March 29, 2013

Councilman proposes Deepwater Wind talks be suspended until July 1

NARRAGANSETT - Freshman council member, Matthew Mannix, called for a suspension of negotiations with Deepwater Wind sending a formal motion to suspend and supporting memorandum to Town Clerk Anne Irons for placement on the April 1 town council agenda.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

North Kingstown at forefront of climate change awareness

March 29, 2013

Town teams up with URI to better understand sea level rise

NORTH KINGSTOWN—At Monday evening’s town council meeting, Teresa Crean of the University of Rhode Island’s Coastal Resources Center (CRC) presented the town with an initiative that research group has been working on in conjunction with the town’s planning department. Last year, the CRC received a $100,000 grant to develop a program which examined sea level rise and associated climate change effects in North Kingstown.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

 

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