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March 28, 2012

There's something special brewing at the Exeter Job Corps center. Something special and delicious!
In this week's Standard-Times, we go you and up-close and personnel look at the men and women behind a special team of Job Corps chefs who are making quite a name for themselves in the kitchen and are competing on a national level to showcase their abilities.
In addition, we've got you covered with all the latest news regarding Tuesday's School Bond vote and will tell you why Governor Lincoln Chafee made a surprise visit to the NK Town Council Monday night.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Council, Clam Jammers reach agreement

March 28, 2012

NARRAGANSETT—The Town Council held a Show-Cause hearing Monday evening to address multiple liquor license violations committed by Clam Jammers, a restaurant and bar at 294 Great Island Road in Galilee. Owner Paul Troxell was on hand to accept an agreement reached after a number of consultations with Narragansett Police Chief Dean Hoxsie and Narragansett Fire Marshal James Given.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

President Dooley addresses rising tuition costs at URI

March 28, 2012

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – University of Rhode Island President David M. Dooley is not thinking about the new men’s basketball coach Dan Hurley or the state investigation into the Institute for International Sport. His main thought is how tuition costs are rising – a factor he blames on declining state support.

“The costs are shifting from taxpayers in the state to families – a much smaller base,” Dooley states.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Preview today's Narragansett Times

March 28, 2012

In today's paper, we have the Narragansett Town Council's decision to suspend the liquor license of Clam Jammers for seven days.

In marina news, he Rhode Island State Senate passed a resolution last week requesting the state to work with Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management to develop better regulations regarding pair trawling in state waters.

In URI news, 38 faculty and staff out of 246 eligible employees from the URI accepted the retirement incentive plan, which means officials have to come up with new ways to close the $2.64 million budget hole for next year.

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