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Hands-on projects for Gansett kids

January 28, 2011

NARRAGANSETT–In Judy Grisevich’s class students have been researching frogs, toads, bats, owls, and polar animals. For each study, students research using the Independent Investigation Model (IIM) and show what they have learned in a way that interests them—choosing from a tic-tac-toe menu of choices.

Rice studies aquaculture and water culture in Gambia

January 27, 2011

NARRAGANSETT–Gambia, a former Portuguese and British colony is a smallest ribbon of cities, villages, and swamps along the Gambia River, measuring only 30 miles at its widest point. Like Rhode Island, Gambia is trying to increase its oyster population (See Narragansett Times Dec. 15) and it is doing this and promulgating its fisheries' product laws with the help of former state representative Michael Rice.

Stars align for students at Matunuck School

January 26, 2011

MATUNUCK–“Oohs” and “aahs” rang out from the giant bubble sitting in the middle of the gymnasium at Matunuck Elementary School. The planetarium was back for its annual visit.

Proposed jitney service causes stir amongst SK, Narragansett pols

January 25, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN/NARRAGANSETT – The towns of South Kingstown and Narragansett and URI officials have objected to an East Greenwich's man proposal to start a round trip jitney service from the University of Rhode Island with stops at local bars and restaurants in Narragansett after a public hearing was held Jan. 4 before the state Division of Public Utilities and Carriers in Warwick.

Narragansett School Committee hears presentations on SmartBus, enrichment

January 24, 2011

NARRAGANSETT--The School Committee met and heard presentations from SmartBus, Narragansett High School Principal Warner as well as a presentation by Carol Balchelder, who works at Narragansett Elementary School focusing on enrichment.

Quest school one step closer as town approves re-zoning

January 23, 2011

NARRAGANSETT–The Town Council approved a petition from Quest Montessori to re-zone a property off Boston Neck Road. The privately-owned 150-student school is currently located in Exeter and its head, Paul Raymond, has stated his intention to purchase the property from a developer who will build Narragansett Highlands–16 units of housing (eight of which are affordable) onto a six acre parcel of the property. Having secured approval by the council, the school must again return to the planning board and sewer subcommittee.

Icy roads lead to multiple accidents

January 22, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN/NARRAGANSETT – As snow and sleet hailed down on Rhode Island Tuesday morning, travel slowed and cars slipped, causing 19 motor vehicle accidents in South Kingstown and four in Narragansett. There were no serious injuries.
The four Narragansett accidents occurred in the center of the town according to police, near Mumford Road, Highland Avenue and South Pier Road.

Robotic arm aids surgeons at South County Hospital

January 21, 2011

WAKEFIELD–South County Hospital, already in the forefront of implementing new and innovative surgical technologies, is adding MAKOplasty, a procedure treating osteoarthritis in middle age and older patients, to its repertoire.

Lenore sinks; all four crew members rescued by Coast Guard

January 21, 2011

NARRAGANSETT–A Coast Guard HH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew successfully rescued four mariners on Wednesday from the sinking fishing vessel Johanna Lenore, 40 nautical miles south of Montauk, N.Y.
Crewmembers Benjamin Payne, Travis Tillet, and Jonathan pickett as well as Captain Jeffrey Wise were transported off the Lenore, a 75 foot commercial sterm trawler out of Point Judith, before it sank.

Closings for S. Kingstown and Narragansett

January 21, 2011

South Kingstown

South Kingstown Public Schools: Closed
The Prout School: Closed
Windswept Montessori School: Closed
Monsignor Clarke School: Closed
South Kingstown Senior Service Center: Closed; No elderly meals
South Kingstown Adult Day Center: Closed
South Kingstown PD: Parking ban until 6 p.m. Friday

Narragansett

Narragansett Public Schools: Closed, 12 month employees report
Maury Loontjens Memorial Library: Closed
Narragansett PD: Parking ban until 6 a.m. Saturday

 

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