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VIDEO: Week 2 preview: Patriots at Vikings

September 12, 2014

VIDEO: Week 2 preview: Patriots at Vikings
The Boston Globe's Shalise Manza Young takes a look at the Patriots' Week 2 matchup with the Minnesota Vikings.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Gee takes senate primary in a landslide

September 11, 2014

EAST GREENWICH- After months of campaigning against opponent Kimberly Page, District 35 candidate Mark Gee will move on to the November elections, vying against James Callaghan seat in the senate.
The district, consisting of East Greenwich, South Kingstown, North Kingstown and Narragansett, had a good turnout with 627 votes for Republican Gee and 912 votes for Callaghan, the only Democratic candidate.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Town council primary a close one

September 11, 2014

EAST GREENWICH - Five Republican candidates are left for the East Greenwich Town Council after the primary elections held on Tuesday.
Among the six candidates, those who will be advancing to the general election in November are current Town Council President Michael B. Isaacs with 20 percent of the votes - the highest percentage out of all town council candidates. Other elected members include Suzanne McGee Cienk with 17.4 percent of the votes, Sean Todd with 17.2 percent, Edward Field with 16.4 percent and Eugene Dumas with 16 percent. 

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Council votes to restore credits

September 11, 2014

EAST GREENWICH—On Monday, the East Greenwich Town Council voted unanimously to restore a little more than $99,000 in tax credits to senior residents, those which were unknowingly lost when the Fire District moved from an independent entity to a town department last May. The oversight was pointed out to the council at its Aug. 25 meeting by a resident who was affected by the lost credits.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Council to vote on restoring FD tax credits

September 4, 2014

The East Greenwich Town Council hopes to patch up the crack from the merger of the East Greenwich Fire District into the Town and give the residents credit where credit is due.
Literally.
Town Council President Michael Isaacs said in a phone interview Tuesday that he and his fellow Councilmen will vote at their next meeting this coming Monday on the restoration of Fire District tax credits that were initially lost during the merger last year when the Fire District became a Town department.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Candidates primed for primary election

September 4, 2014

As the trek toward the November election continues, the six Republican candidates vying for spots on the East Greenwich Town Council, such as Town Council President and lone incumbent Michael Isaacs, Robert Bolton, Sean Todd, Edward Field, Suzanne McGee Cienki and Gene Dumas, have been pounding the pavement and talking to residents to gain a sense of what the issues are within East Greenwich and how they would be handled if they were elected to the five available seats.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Jewelry thieves wanted by EGPD

September 4, 2014

East Greenwich police is currently investigating a robbery that took place at a local jewelry store and officers are searching for the suspects involved.
According to the Rhode Island Most Wanted website, a theft took place at Wood Jewelers, located at 40 Main St., where several thousand dollars of diamond rings were taken on Aug. 21.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

EGFD retirees suing Town over health care

August 28, 2014

EAST GREENWICH — A fire is now brewing in the courts between retired firefighters and the Town of East Greenwich regarding the health coverage switch that took place last month.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Lehoullier withdraws from SC candidacy

August 28, 2014

EAST GREENWICH — There will be one less name on the November ballot, particularly involving the East Greenwich School Committee.
Kristin Lehoullier, who was planning on running for one of the four available seats on the School Committee this election year, said Monday that she withdrew herself from consideration for a spot on the governing body for the East Greenwich School District, citing work-related reasons would have hindered her ability to properly participate on the School Committee if elected.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Cigar shop given OK to sell liquor

August 28, 2014

EAST GREENWICH — One local cigar shop will now serve up drinks to customers to go along with their choice of smokes.
Members of the East Greenwich Town Council unanimously approved the application for a new Class BV
SHOP, from 1
Alcoholic Beverage License with Victualing for Regency Cigar Emporium, located at 752 Main St., during Monday’s regular meeting at Town Hall.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers
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