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November 30, 2011

Monday night the South Kingstown Town Council voted to keep the number of liquor licenses at four, dashing the hopes of one East Greenwich woman to open up a wine boutique, Village Liquors at the South County Commons. Check out today's paper to find out how Village Liquors and the four current liquor store owners opposing the increase made their cases.

Also inside today's paper, read how Narragansett is leaving National Grid for Direct Energy, an alternative energy provider for municipalities across North America.

After guardrail improvements, the Dugway Bridge is set to open within the next week.

For more local news, pick up a copy of today's The Narragansett Times.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers
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