By Ryan Blessing
SOUTH KINGSTOWN — The exodus of administrators from South Kingstown’s schools continued this week, with South Kingstown High School Principal Robert Mezzanotte announcing he’s taking the principal’s position at Lincoln High School.
The challenge to private beach owners wanting to stop public access to their land is far from over, says Scott Keeley, who organized a protest drawing more than 200 supporters to step over the Charlestown-South Kingstown line into the sand of exclusive beaches.
Exactly defining public access along beaches — and other areas around Rhode Island’s coast — is a complex undertaking requiring some serious study, said Virginia Lee, who has studied the issue and is an author of guides to public access to shorefront areas.
The long road through the losers bracket finally seemed to catch up to the Narragansett Little League 9-10-year-old all-stars in last Wednesday’s District 3 championship
Monday and Tuesday were a perfect representation of the up-and-down ride that South Kingstown Post 39 has been on in the American Legion ranks this season.
The upcoming weekend is already shaping up to be beautiful, and hundreds of artists will do their best to make Saturday and Sunday even more magnificent with their stunning work.
Families from all over South County flocked to the Theatre by the Sea on Friday, July 5, for the opening of their annual Children’s Festival. On the stage that morning was Snow White, presented by Kaleidoscope Theatre.
- Council votes no on appraisal for Belmont building
- Remembering the Fox family and a special dairy farm
- School sharks: High school students from Providence, Central Falls take tour with URI scientist to get up close and personal with marine predators
- Big changes under way at URI campus
- SKHS principal steps down for Lincoln post