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March 29th, 2013

Judge Stern ruling: Copar can continue quarrying

March 29, 2013

Despite ‘private nuisance’ to neighbors, court won’t shut down business

WESTERLY – A Superior Court judge ruled Monday that Copar Quarries of Bradford can continue quarrying, as long as the company takes steps to “alter its processes” and correct the “private nuisance” the judge said Copar poses to its neighbors.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Embattled Institute of International Sport director Doyle releases new novel

March 29, 2013

KINGSTON – While still under investigation, Daniel E. Doyle Jr., former executive director of the Institute for International Sport at the University of Rhode Island, has published a book.
Doyle’s novel, “An African Rebound,” is due out April 9, according to Amazon.com.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Pier Middle School roof repairs underway

March 29, 2013

Recent spat of heavy weather responsible for damage to school

NARRAGANSETT - High winds and heavy rains created more grief for the town’s facilities team earlier this month, as the most recent ration of foul weather delivered another costly blow, tearing a large portion of the Narragansett Pier Middle School roof away from its bearings.
“When it started, we don’t know,” Gary F. Minett, facilities director, said at last week’s school committee meeting. “The last big wind storm we had caused the roof to come apart. It is a rubber roof that is glued to the insulation underneath. The glue held and the storm tore the insulation out.”

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

April fundraiser to help local family

March 29, 2013

Justin ‘Judd’ McGill benefit takes place Saturday, April 6 at Mettatuxet Yacht Club

NARRAGANSETT - Justin McGill woke up on a Friday morning in February and headed for the YMCA for an early morning swim - a routine he had become accustomed to as part of his weekly workouts that included swimming, biking, running and yoga. The 41-year-old Narragansett resident, husband, and father of three, didn’t have any inclination as to what was to come.
“I felt fine,” said McGill. “I got to the Y and swam early. Sometimes I go at 5 a.m. I had just finished 10 100-meter sets and was doing some fin work under water. I felt a strange sensation in my chest.”

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

March 22nd

Coventry NECAP scores hit the mark

March 22, 2013

COVENTRY — According to Coventry’s NECAP numbers, most of the district’s schools are above the state average, with a few exceptions.
According to the report, the majority of reading and math testing for grades three through six in all five elementary schools (Blackrock, Tiogue, Hopkins Hill, Washington Oak and Western Coventry) surpassed state averages.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Coventry’s Stanley in running for RI group’s Woman of Year award

March 22, 2013

Angela Stanley raising money for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society; owns Coventry boutique

COVENTRY—Everyday, Angela Stanley, of Coventry, interacts with children in her boutique. To date, it hasn’t touched her personally, but through her store and her friends she has seen young lives affected by blood cancers like leukemia.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Defense got it done for Knight-Wizards

March 22, 2013

There were plenty of players West Warwick/Exeter-West Greenwich co-op hockey coach Peter Ethier could’ve given the game puck to following the Knight-Wizards’ Division III title clinching victory over Tolman Sunday afternoon.

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