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September 4th, 2013

Narragansett council appoints new town manager

September 4, 2013

The Narragansett Town Council voted unanimously last night to appoint Pamela Nolan as town manager. According to her contract, Nolan will assume her new position Oct. 1

For the story, pick up Friday's Narragansett Times.

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September 3rd

Narragansett council to vote on new town manager

September 3, 2013

NARRAGANSETT - On tonight's Narragansett Town Council agenda is a motion to appoint Pamela Nolan as town manager.

If the council approves her contract and she is appointed, Nolan will take over for Interim Town Manager Richard Kerbel.

The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. at the Narragansett Town Hall.

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Town opposes United Water rate hikes

September 3, 2013

The town of South Kingstown filed a motion to intervene Aug. 23 in United Water’s application before the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission to increase rates for South Kingstown and Narragansett customers.

United Water filed an application Aug. 12 to increase the typical residential customer bill by approximately $10.30 per month – or 34 cents per day.

The increases will amount to an additional nearly $1.6 million, or 43 percent, increase in revenues for United Water.

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August 29th

’Gansett trying new lineups

August 29, 2013

As the Narragansett girls volleyball team can certainly attest, the road to the Division II Championship goes through Exeter-West Greenwich.
The Knights soundly beat the Mariners 25-12, 25-11, 25-10 in the quarterfinals last season en route to their third D-II title in a row and should once again be the team to beat with one the state’s best hitters in Jennifer Donnelly back this season.
It’s a new season with a new coach for the Mariners though, and they’re hoping with the fresh start comes better results.

Mariners working hard to compete

August 29, 2013

Where have all the Carla Porras’ gone?
The days of Jackie Iannucci, Katie Riley, Dolci Wagner and all the players that helped lead the Narragansett girls soccer team to back-to-back Division III Championships have gone and past as only a handful of players remain that had significant roles on those title teams.
Don’t shed a tear for the Mariners though, because they certainly aren’t.

Prout’s hope is to reload in 2013

August 29, 2013

The Prout girls soccer team returned to practice last week, coming into the 2013 season after a reasonably successful 2012.
The Crusaders finished near the top of the standings at 8-5-1, just their third season in Division I, and advanced to the quarterfinals.
Though there were significant losses from the graduation of players like Shannon Mis and Ashley DiClemente, much of the same is to be expected out of Prout this season.

Rebels fueled by loss in finals

August 29, 2013

The end of the 2012 season did not come without its fair share of drama for the South Kingstown girls soccer team.
The Rebels finished the regular season near the top of the standings, tying rival North Kingstown for third at 8-2-4, but were unsure of what to expect come the postseason.
South Kingstown went on to post back-to-back shootout wins over Barrington in the quarterfinals and LaSalle in the semifinals to earn a berth in the RIIL Division I Championship match against Smithfield. It was another tight battle, but ultimately the Rebels fell to the Sentinels 2-1.


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