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Rebels football season comes to an end

November 30, 2011

The South Kingstown Rebels football season ended last night after a loss to Hendricken. Ryan Brannigan threw a touchdown and ran for two more and the Hendricken defense returned two interceptions for scores as the defending Division I champion Hawks advanced to the Super Bowl with a 42-14 win over South Kingstown. Narragansett was also defeated last night as the Mariners fell to Middletown, 38-22.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Liquor stores keep competition at bay

November 30, 2011

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Battle lines were drawn and the four current liquor stores won the fight for now after the town council decided to keep the number of Class A retail liquor licenses at four.

The council voted 4-1 Monday night with Vice President Carol Hagan McEntee dissenting to keep the current number of licenses, thereby denying the application by an East Greenwich woman Susan Pagliarini to open up Village Liquors, a proposed 1,742 square foot wine boutique in the South County Commons.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Preview today's Narragansett Times

November 30, 2011

Monday night the South Kingstown Town Council voted to keep the number of liquor licenses at four, dashing the hopes of one East Greenwich woman to open up a wine boutique, Village Liquors at the South County Commons. Check out today's paper to find out how Village Liquors and the four current liquor store owners opposing the increase made their cases.

Also inside today's paper, read how Narragansett is leaving National Grid for Direct Energy, an alternative energy provider for municipalities across North America.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Politics as Usual: In the world of Twitter, I say long live dead trees

November 30, 2011

I dipped my toe into the Twittersphere, or whatever the hell you call it, for the first time last week.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

 

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