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Wakefield man arrested for three break-ins in SK, Narragansett

July 26, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – After a Wakefield man was arrested in Narragansett for robbing a Dunkin Donuts, the suspect admitted to three break-ins in South Kingstown Tuesday morning, including the Subway at the Towers, the Sea View Market Place and Pier Cleaners.

South County Museum unveils new exhibit, host Folk Arts Quilt Show

July 25, 2011

NARRAGANSETT—As you lie on the beach, listening to the waves crash upon the waves and feeling the warm sun beat upon your face, your eyes are closed. You open them, and the scene before is of a brown tint. A giant hotel stands where the Post Office once stood. There are no more cars or motorcycles, but carriages. The road along the sea wall is not asphalt, but dirt. This is your first vacation in Narragansett at the turn of the 20th century.

Willow Dell Beach Club vandalized a week after arson incident

July 24, 2011

MATUNUCK – After part of the Willow Dell Beach Club was set on fire in an arson incident on Friday, July 8, the beach club was also vandalized a week later this past Saturday.

Narragansett holds stance on tuition payments

July 23, 2011

NARRAGANSETT—The school committee addressed on Wednesday evening a recent Superior Court action made by the Narragansett School System, along with five other state school districts, in objecting the payment of tuition fees to the Rhode Island School of the Deaf.

SK Chamber to hold Golf Ball Drop Raffle during Balloon Fest

July 22, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN-A giant fishing net hang suspended from a crane 90 feet in the air. The crowd watches in anticipation as the fishing net, heavy with golf balls, sways in the light breeze. Suddenly, thousands of the white spheres burst out of the net lining and plummet towards the ground, striking the grassy field as though they were hailstones. Prizes for the crowd are sure to follow.

Dare we say, ‘Up, Up, and Away’?

July 22, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN—For three days at the end of July, families from Rhode Island and beyond come to the athletic fields at URI to participate in an event which typifies nostalgic summer fun. The 33rd annual South County Hot Air Balloon Festival, organized by the Wakefield Rotary Club, is set to begin again.

Narragansett resident spends dream day with veterans at Fenway Park

July 22, 2011

BOSTON, Mass.—Fenway Park is a majestic historical monument which stands brightly lit every evening, hosting the Boston Red Sox as they march on through their season. The Green Monster and Pesky’s Pole are symbols of the park’s storied past, and disabled war veteran Craig Cascella recently received a unique opportunity to visit the oldest Major League Baseball park in the country.

Kingston Chamber Music Festival showcases musicianship

July 21, 2011

KINGSTON – Under the artistic direction of Natalie Zhu, the Kingston Chamber Musical Festival will present its 23rd season at the University of Rhode Island through July 31.

Founded in 1989 by violinist David Kim, the festival strives to present the finest quality chamber music to the widest possible audience. Musicians from across the country appear annually during the two-week summer festival of six concerts held on the peaceful URI campus.

Tree Society, Boy Scouts help refurbish Canonchet Trail

July 21, 2011

NARRAGANSETT—The trail begins at Annie Hoxsie Lane across from the Narragansett Town Beach, unassumingly sliding into the woods. The path is about six feet wide and winds along the Chafee Wildlife Preserve on Boston Neck Road. The underbrush is thick. The ground water gathers at places, saturating the ground. Nature abounds, yet without the work of the Narragansett Tree Society, headed by William Bivona, and Narragansett Boy Scout Troop 2, this trail would have never been accessible.

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.

 

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