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Every two years, people running for office in South Kingstown all seem to have the same basic platform – support our great schools, keep taxes low, and my favorite – maintain our sense of place, which for someone living in a gated community, in say Matunuck, means one thing, and over in the Peace Dale... Continue Reading →

To save this district, isolate Sarah Markey

Brousseau and Hansen will bring an end to the dishonesty * By finishing second in the voting for five openings on the South Kingstown school committee in November 2018, Sarah Markey, vice-chair of the committee, and full-time union organizer for the National Education Association of Rhode Island (NEARI), won an exemption from having to face... Continue Reading →

You only have 24 hours left

S.K. Democratic and Unaffiliated Voters – Only 1 day left to apply for Mail-In Ballots for Sep 8th Democratic Primary Applications must be received by the S.K. Board of Canvassers at the Town Hall by 4:oo PM tomorrow! The deadline to apply for a mail ballot for the upcoming September primary is fast approaching. PROVIDENCE,... Continue Reading →

Ratios, Lies and Stolen Dreams

 “Inclusive, good-quality education is a foundation for dynamic and equitable societies.” Desmond Tutu You will find the following statement twice in the FY 2020-21 South Kingstown School District Budget: “The district is proud of its ability to use our financial resources wisely, purposefully, and responsibly to maintain and enhance a high-quality education for all students... Continue Reading →

Success doesn’t abide retreat

To all, One would be hard pressed to come across a male candidate less impressive on paper than the one you will be interviewing on Friday. Taking seven years to complete an undergraduate degree isn't as problematic as not knowing what he did from 1996-1999 and 2001-2005. Mr. Prince seems like a job hopper. This... Continue Reading →

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