$150M school construction bond approved in South Kingstown, rejected in Chariho

Updated at 3:05 p.m. on May 9, 2024.

SOUTH KINGSTOWN VOTERS on Tuesday approved a $150 million bond to build a new high school and athletic complex in town. / COURTESY SOUTH KINGSTOWN SCHOOL DEPARTMENT
SOUTH KINGSTOWN VOTERS on Tuesday approved a $150 million bond to build a new high school and athletic complex in town. / COURTESY SOUTH KINGSTOWN SCHOOL DEPARTMENT

PROVIDENCE – Two separate $150 million bonds were on the ballot Tuesday in a special referendum within a few Washington County communities. One got the OK from voters and the other didn’t. Voters in South Kingstown approved by a 55% to 45% margin a $150 million bond to construct a new high school and athletic

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