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.
People in the Snug Harbor area of South Kingstown got a surprise from above Saturday afternoon when a plane made an emergency landing in a residential yard.
Christ United Methodist Church’s new pastor, Rev. Garvin Warden, is many things: a grandfather, a scholar, even an actor. But he believes that all of his experiences have taught him how to connect with communities around the world.
After a short public hearing Monday, the South Kingstown Town Council passed changes to South Kingstown’s sexual harassment policy that expands it to include misconduct by elected and appointed officials in addition to employees.
Marc Archambault of South Kingstown is courageously talking about something others like him avoid — his mind is slowly disappearing.
The South Kingstown School Committee made appointments last week to the advisory committee tasked with searching for and recommending a new superintendent of schools.
Fourteen priests named on the Diocese of Providence’s list of clergy who were the subject of credible allegations of sexual abuse of minors served in parishes and positions in North and South Kingstown and Narragansett.
Watch your step on Rhode Island’s private beaches. There’s a fine line — if you can find it — where to stand in the sand at a private beach.
The elusive and mysterious mean high-water line — akin to the Loch Ness monster that is never easily seen by the average person — is another quirky and lovable part of Rhode Island.
The vice-chairwoman of the South Kingstown School Committee is the subject of a investigation by the state Ethics Commission, on the basis of a complaint stating that as an employee with the National Education Association of Rhode Island, she should have recused herself from committee discussions with leaders of the local teachers’ union.
South Kingstown High School Valedictorian Devin Lloyd said that even though he’s leaving SKHS with diploma in hand, his education isn’t stopping, and he’s happy about that.
The Coastal Resources Management Council is taking public input on plans to build a 350-foot sheetpile seawall within South Kingstown’s right-of-way along Matunuck Beach Road.