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Domestic fowl issue still up for debate in South Kingstown

October 31, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The chickens can stay in the coup for now.

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Klotz violates bail; conditions reset

October 30, 2011

NARRAGANSETT—Matthew Klotz, 27, of 33 Hopkins St., Stonington, Connecticut, violated the bail conditions set on Monday after he had been arraigned in Fourth District court for kidnapping, assault with a deadly weapon, and carrying a dangerous weapon while committing a crime of violence. Klotz failed to make initial contact with pretrial services to engage with bail supervision, and was in Fourth District court on Wednesday for a hearing on his newly set bail conditions because of the violation.

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Rosbottom wins Chamber award

October 29, 2011

NARRAGANSETT—On Tuesday evening, The Narragansett Chamber of Commerce presented Kenneth Rosbottom, a Narragansett resident, with the James M. Kelso Community Service Award. The presentation was given during the Chamber’s annual dinner at Spain’s Restaurant, and Rosbottom’s nomination was met with great applause.

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School Committee tables pension vote

October 28, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Some of the school committee members feel the pension system is being resolved on the backs of the teachers. At Tuesday night’s meeting they tabled voting on a resolution to the next meeting so that they could craft one more specific to their concerns, including raising the retirement age to age 67.

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Preview today's Narragansett Times

October 28, 2011

In today's The Narragansett Times, find out more about the attempted abduction case from last Sunday. The suspect, Matthew Klotz has ended up back in court Wednesday. Also, we have a story from our sister newspaper, The Chariho Times on the evolving case of Chariho School Committee member Terri Serra, arrested for procurement of alcoholic beverages, which may have lead to the accident of four Chariho students.

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Grant to fund new facility in Galilee

October 27, 2011

NARRAGANSETT—The town council accepted a grant last week for the design and construction of a multi-jurisdictional port facility in Galilee. The grant, totaling $600,000, has been issued by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) through their Port Security Grant Program (PSGP).

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Local businessman gets the dirt on pension

October 27, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – In 2008, Larry Fish could sense the economy going south.

Two years later when General Treasurer Gina Raimondo promised to remake the state pension system that was dragging finances across cities and towns, Fish found hope in a dismal business climate.

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Alfred, O’Neill support new state pension plan

October 26, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Town Manager Stephen A. Alfred said he supports the proposed state pension plan announced last Tuesday during a special legislative session at the State House in Providence.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Attempted abduction suspect arrested

October 26, 2011

NARRAGANSETT—This past Monday, Matthew Klotz, 27, of 33 Hopkins St., Stonington Connecticut, was arraigned in Fourth District court by the Honorable Mary McCaffery. Klotz was arrested on Sunday after having allegedly attempted to abduct a 20 year-old woman who was jogging along Ocean Road.

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Preview today's Narragansett Times

October 26, 2011

In today's issue of The Narragansett Times, find out how police arrested the suspect in the attempted abduction this weekend of a female jogger, what South Kingstown leaders and a local businessman think about the proposed state pension plan, and what Narragansett officials are planning for the port of Galilee.

All and more inside today's The Narragansett Times.

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