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Council approves Economic Development Plan

July 20, 2011

NARRAGANSETT—The town council briefly held its bi-monthly meeting Monday evening, and the two major discussion points were the approval of the Economic Development Plan and the ongoing debate concerning the problems associate with student rentals in Narragansett.

An appreciation of the ocean is revived through surfing

July 20, 2011

NARRAGANSETT – Surfing is one of those big bucket list moments that many dream of. While beaches like Huntington’s in California and Sunset Beach in Hawaii draw droves of surfers hoping to catch that big wave, Narragansett has its very own beach drawing local surfers, whether they are beginners or experts. With its commemoration of Environmental Day in Narragansett this Saturday, there’s no better time to appreciate those ocean waves or learn how to catch that first big wave.

Local singer-actress showcasing her talents

July 19, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN- Olivia Rich has a singing voice well beyond her young 12 years. Dancing, singing and acting, the Curtis Corner Middle School student has performed in several performances and lit Old Mountain Field like the fireworks display that followed her with her talented voice singing the National Anthem on July 4.

Tax abatement program approved in SK

July 18, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The town council authorized the town tax assessor Monday night to abate taxes for people participating in the elderly tax abatement program in the amount of $326,000.

Wakefield lawyer Nazareth sentenced to three years for embezzlement

July 17, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN- The Wakefield lawyer charged with embezzling almost half a million dollars from his clients in 2008 was sentenced to three years in prison for forgery, counterfeiting and embezzlement.

SK Council seeks meeting with school committee

July 16, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The town council seeks a meeting with the school committee to discuss next year’s financial outlook after the school committee accepted the Reconfiguration Committee’s recommendation to make four equal neighborhood schools and move the pre-school program.
The council voted to direct six possible dates to convene with the school committee through the end of August.

Narragansett resident Flynn pens new children's book

July 15, 2011

NARRAGANSETT – Many parents enjoy reading bedtime stories to their children. Yet, naval officer and Narragansett resident Robert Flynn took reading to his children one step further; he actually wrote and published a book for them and for any other child who wishes to read about the adventures of Lucky McGuire, the spirited navy jet with big dreams.

A new identity for committed couples

July 15, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Wakefield attorney, Debra L. Chernick, was lost for words until her life partner resolved a household catastrophe one year ago and she blurted out that he was as wonderful as any para-hubby could be.

From her experience and this domestic interaction came the word Chernick was looking for to resolve and give meaning to a situation that many couples face; Para-Kin.

According to the word's creator, “para” means to support or to stand next to, such as para-legal or para-medic might do professionally.

Environmental Day salutes those who protect our natural resources

July 15, 2011

NARRAGANSETT—Environmental Day is coming to the Narragansett Town Beach. This Saturday, July 16, the Town of Narragansett and Rhode Island Rivers Council will be sponsoring multiple activities on the beach in order to raise awareness about the ocean’s resources and how to use them in a safe, environmentally conscious manner.

EDC outlines finer points of development plan to town council

July 15, 2011

NARRAGANSETT—The Economic Development Committee (EDC) met with the Narragansett town council in a work session in order to discuss the future implementation of the recently created economic development plan.
“We look at this as an investment plan,” said Edward Mazze, Chair of the EDC. “Without the support of the town council, we will be stuck in neutral.”

 

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