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NK solicitor recognized by Providence College

June 26, 2014

NARRAGANSETT – The Providence College National Alumni Association presented Narragansett resident James H. Reilly III with the Faithful Friar Award during the college’s annual reunion weekend in May. He received the award for his continue commitment and dedication of time to the college since having graduated in 1969.
Reilly graduated from Providence College with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science before obtained his Juris Doctorate from Suffolk University. He has since continued to be involved with PC as well as the greater community for many years.

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Non-profit bringing global nutrition mission to Quonset

June 26, 2014

NORTH KINGSTOWN—When Navyn Salem brought along her two children on a humanitarian mission to Haiti, a local woman abruptly handed over her own child to bring back to the U.S. Stories such as these have brought Salem to fight against global malnutrition, particularly among children, as the executive director of Edesia Global, a non-profit organization which develops portable, nutritious products for undersupplied countries, namely in Africa.

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Ferrario named RI principal of the year

June 26, 2014

This article was originally published May 15, 2014

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NK voters approve sewer referendum

June 19, 2014

NORTH KINGSTOWN—On Tuesday evening, the votes were tallied for the sewer referendum in North Kingstown, and the outcome revealed a community largely in favor of sewers on Post Road North and in Wickford. Although only approximately nine percent of the town’s 21,772 registered voters submitted, over 80 percent voted ‘yes’ for the two ballot questions.

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NK doctor defends Lyme disease treatment practices

June 19, 2014

NORTH KINGSTOWN—For many local residents, Dr. James Gloor has been a crucial resource in their fight against Lyme Disease. Now, the North Kingstown practitioner of 32 years is the subject of a Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) investigation, one which he claims is unfair and guided by special interest.

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RITBA Board votes ‘yes’ to median barriers on Pell Bridge

June 19, 2014

JAMESTOWN—Last Wednesday evening, the Board of Directors at the Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority (RITBA) voted to install median barriers on the Pell Bridge. The measures have been researched by the authority in response to a number of deaths that have occurred in recent years involving vehicles crossing the non-barricaded median and striking oncoming traffic.

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North Kingstown, EWG get high marks from RIDE

June 19, 2014

PROVIDENCE—Last Monday, the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) released its 2014 classifications, and schools in North Kingstown and Exeter-West Greenwich have achieved high marks. Wickford Middle School and the Exeter-West Greenwich Senior High School both gained the highest distinction as ‘commended’ schools.
In North Kingstown, Hamilton Elementary School, Stony Lane Elementary School and the high school all achieved ‘leading’ designations, and no school in either districts received lower than a ‘typical’ rating.

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EWG seniors celebrate at Ryan Center this past Saturday

June 19, 2014

EXETER—Four years at Exeter-West Greenwich Senior High School have come to a close as the Class of 2014 walked to gain their diplomas at the Ryan Center this past Saturday. The event was full of tears and excitement from parents, friends and siblings, all who have seen the graduates grow through the challenges which they faced.
Before handing out diplomas and enjoying the festivities of the day, Superintendent of Schools James Erinakes began by reflecting on the challenges which the modern-day student faces.

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NEASC extends high school accreditation

June 12, 2014

NORTH KINGSTOWN—Tempers flared among school committee and administration members on Tuesday evening during discussions of a jam-packed agenda. North Kingstown High School Principal Tom Kenworthy, however, first presented the school committee with the New England Association of Schools and College’s (NEASC’s) report and awarding of ‘continued accreditation’ to the school based on its research and subsequent visit last fall.

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Hughes denied parole

June 12, 2014

CRANSTON—James Hughes, who killed North Kingstown’s beloved Howard ‘Zeke’ Harris in 1982, will remain incarcerated for the next three years after the state’s parole board voted against a request for release. Hughes, who was sentenced to life in prison in November 1983, shocked the North Kingstown community when he murdered Harris, a patron and a friend to many, at his furniture store and robbing him of $70 for his drug addiction.

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