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Tickled Pink features superior consignment shopping, selling (Business Feature)

November 11, 2011

WYOMING - Back when consignment shopping became the trendy thing to do, I jumped on the bandwagon with everyone else. But I noticed that, over time, most stores raised their prices to the point where it made more sense to just go shopping at a regular store and spend a couple more dollars to get brand new items. I noticed the clothing available in consignment shops becoming outdated and, unless you were an average medium size, the odds were slim that you were going to find anything to fit you. However, I’ve recently reclaimed my love of consignment shopping and it’s all because of a little place called “Tickled Pink” on Main Street in Wyoming.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Crowley strives to enhance Narragansett’s profile

November 11, 2011

NARRAGANSETT—New Economic Development Coordinator Maureen Crowley hopes to bring a new spirit to the enhancement of Narragansett’s profile in Rhode Island and beyond. The recently created position will afford her the first opportunity to implement the initiatives of the Economic Development Plan (EDP).

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Hi-Tech, No-Tech, happy with both (Opinion)

November 11, 2011

This has been a hard month, losing Andy Rooney, Steve Jobs, and Charlie Preble all within weeks of each other.

Well, my world will never be the same.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Business, industry flourishing at Quonset

November 11, 2011

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Quick! List everything you can think of that’s located at Quonset Point.

Okay, Electric Boat. Then what?

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

WWI Memorial getting rededicated

November 11, 2011

COVENTRY—The newly renovated World War I Memorial will be rededicated this Saturday and the public is invited to join.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Mageau accuses town employees of fraud, cover-up

November 11, 2011

CHARLESTOWN - Former Town Council President James M. Mageau has accused some town employees of conducting an illegal fundraising campaign, and has also accused current Councilman Daniel J. Slattery of attempting to cover it up.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers
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