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.
On Monday, URI President Dooley also speaks on the myths behind rising tuition costs.
All and more inside, today's Narragansett Times.