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Updated List of Recyclable Items

September 23, 2014

Also printed in The Narragansett Times on Wednesday, Sept. 24

After several requests from residents requesting an updated recyclable materials list from the town, Southern Rhode Island Newspapers has compiled a list of materials that can be recycled, provided by the recycling coordinator.
Because the technology and machinery used in recycling plants is constantly evolving, the list of recyclable items and materials grows larger every year.

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VIDEO: Bill Belichick gains 200th regular-season victory

September 15, 2014

VIDEO: Bill Belichick gains 200th regular-season victory

VIDEO: Tom Brady wants his offense to do a better job
Tom Brady comes out of the locker room upset after the win.

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VIDEO: Patriots 5th Quarter: What Went Wrong In Miami?

September 8, 2014

VIDEO: Patriots 5th Quarter: What Went Wrong In Miami?

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Raptakis, Madonna compete for senate seat

August 11, 2014

COVENTRY— The two candidates for the District 33 (Coventry, East Greenwich, West Greenwich) Senate seat spoke about their campaigning efforts and the platforms they will be advocating for in order help benefit the residents of the district recently. Currently, Lou Raptakis is running again as he is the District 33 Senate seat holder while Michael Madonna is his opponent in the November election.

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Miozzi settles with EPA

August 11, 2014

COVENTRY — Tom Miozzi, owner of T. Miozzi Asphalt Company, is working with officials from the Environmental Protection Agency to maintain better records regarding the testing of emissions from the plant.
“I don’t deny it happened,” Miozzi said when asked about a complaint lodged against him by the Environmental Protection Agency. “It was not an emissions violation, but a recording violation and because of that I have actually hired someone to do that work because it is so complicated.”
Miozzi runs a hot mix asphalt plant at 75 Airport Rd and has been in business since 2006.

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Scholarship awarded to CHS grad

August 11, 2014

COVENTRY— Giving back to his community is top priority for 2014 Coventry High School graduate, Ryan Curtis, who was recently rewarded for his hard work by receiving a $1,500 scholarship from the Rhode Island Association of Former Legislators Scholarship Fund at the Rhode Island Foundation. Former State Senator Aram Garabedian presented Curtis with the award for his dedication and contributions to community service.

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Semi truck catches fire

July 28, 2014

COVENTRY — Firefighters from Coventry, West Warwick and Warwick doused the cab of a 54-foot tractor trailer truck with heavy foam to extinguish the flames that had fully engulfed it just moments before after responding Tuesday afternoon to the side lot of Home Depot located in the Centre of New England, where the cab was fully involved.
The truck driver, Charles Werner, from New York, works for the Cardinal Company and did not suffer injuries but said he has no idea how the fire started.

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CPD Det. helps out on ICAC task force

July 28, 2014

COVENTRY— The Rhode Island State Police Computer Crimes Unit and Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force arrested a Foster man for possession and transfer of child pornography Friday morning. Members of the ICAC include Coventry Police Detective Kevin Harris, who is one of the two full-time positions on the special force.

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Hartford gaining familiarity with CCFD

July 28, 2014

COVENTRY — The newly-appointed receiver for the Central Coventry Fire District, Steven Hartford, is making his way through years of finance records in an effort to learn what the past and present challenges of the fire district were and are and at the same time, looking for more effective ways to move the wounded district forward.
He was appointed on May 6 and said he was somewhat surprised by the appointment because he had been working with Governor Lincoln Chafee on the Central Coventry issue up until that point and he thought the plan was to go with a budget commission.

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Valley Vet Honored

July 28, 2014

COVENTRY — World War II veteran Anthony D’Abrosca received a long overdue honor Monday in the Coventry Town Council chambers when Senator Sheldon Whitehouse presented him with seven medals from his tour in the Philippines while he served in the Army’s 38th Infantry Division.
A man of few words, D’Abrosca, now 87 years old, learned two weeks ago that there was going to be a ceremony held for him.
“I’m kind of surprised they’re doing all this,” he said.

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