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Narragansett Town Beach revenue up from 2012 at $1.9 million

September 11, 2013

NARRAGANSETT- The Recreation Advisory Board reviewed the 2013 Narragansett Town Beach Season during a meeting on Monday.
Director of Parks and Recreation Steve Wright discussed both the membership and merchandise revenue for the 2013 beach season and stated that he was very pleased with the results despite the poor weather.
The total beach revenue for the Narragansett Town Beach season 2013 is more than $1.9 million, according to Wright. He also stated that this is a significant increase from the beach season 2012 revenue of $1.8 million.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Mega appointed to SK School Committee

September 11, 2013

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – In an unexpected turn of events, the South Kingstown Town Council unanimously appointed Dr. Tony Mega to the South Kingstown School Committee Monday.
Mega, who served on the school committee from 2004 until he resigned in July 2012, will fill the vacancy left by Liz Morris, who resigned last month.
Morris was re-elected in November and her term expires November 2016, however, Mega will only serve until the next election in November 2014.
Roland Benjamin and Bob Trager also applied for the vacancy.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

A fiery experience for Times intern

September 11, 2013

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – On Sunday, the South Kingstown Fire Department opened their training grounds to the public for a demonstration of their work.
As I pulled my car onto the grounds of the training center, I couldn’t help but notice the large concrete structure on my right side. The exterior was layered with dark black soot, and it looked like a scene from a movie.
I drove past the building and put my car in park. When I looked to my left, I noticed that the car parked there had been completely destroyed, presumably for training purposes.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Grinnell Inn/Riptides closes its doors

September 11, 2013

NARRAGANSETT – The Grinnell Inn and Riptides Restaurant have closed again.

After just two years in business, the bed and breakfast on Narragansett Avenue closed its doors on Labor Day.

The building’s tenants, Bob and Selena Lavoie, who ran the business, said a rent increase forced the closure.

“Our rent was doubled and we couldn’t make it through the winter,” Selena Lavoie said Monday.

Lavoie said she and her husband are looking into other opportunities, particularly a “pre-existing business” where they can do breakfast.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers
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