EAST GREENWICH â€“ The wait was worth it.
After three-and-a-half hours of baseball, the East Greenwich Junior Division All-Stars beat Narragansett 16-7 at East Greenwich High School in a game that was stopped one inning short due to darkness, moving the team to the losersâ€™ bracket semifinal Monday against Westerly at the Trombino Complex at 5 p.m.
â€śWe plan on going all the way to the districts and beyond,â€ť EG coach Neil Fraden said. â€śWe got off to a bad start but thatâ€™s behind us. Weâ€™ve got a really good team and we put a really good game together.â€ť
It started with the offense.
By PAUL J. SPETRINI
NORTH KINGSTOWNâ€”Ed Tarbox stands on the showroom floor of his brand-new car dealership on Quaker Lane in North Kingstown Friday afternoon and, for a moment, pondered all the obstacles he had to overcome during the past nine years to make the 49,000-square foot complex a reality.
It is the day before the official grand opening celebration.
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