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Narragansett Affordable Housing Corporation
25 5th Ave, Narragansett, RI 02882
Narragansett Affordable Housing Corporation is a housing authority based in Narragansett. It offers house subsidizingMore and affordable housing services, including supporting, developing, owning and leasing affordable housing for families and individuals. The organization is a nonprofit and offers programs for rentals, home loan repair and housing information. Visit Narragansett Affordable Housing Corporation's website for more information on the organization and call, fax or e-mail with any questions, comments and concerns. Walk-ins are welcome.
William Arnold Construction
335 Mulberry Dr, Wakefield, RI 02879
William Arnold Construction is a private contractor based in Wakefield. This contractor specializes home building,More single-house family construction and general contracting services for single-family homes. A call is recommended to inquire about additional specialties, estimates, customers serviced, costs, payments and to request services.
Birdwatchers NatureView
484 Main St, Wakefield, RI 02879
Nature lovers will feel right at home in this Main Street store, specializing in wild bird feed, innovative bird housesMore and all the amenities for nature-watching. A large selection of bincolulars and lenses sit on display, and telescopes bring space a little closer to home. Windchimes, welcome plaques and other outdoors-themed knickknacks line the shelves and walls, as well as T-shirts, old-fashioned and new weather instruments and greeting cards. Don't forget to say hello to the resident cats and bird.
Cardi's Furniture
25 S County Commons Way, Wakefield, RI 02879
The South County Commons location of Cardi's, Rhode Island's home furnishings staple, features a large, spaciousMore showroom. Cardi's offers kitchen and living room sets, bed frames and mattresses, entertainment centers, ottomans and benches, as well as finishing touches for your home. Displays throughout the store give a good feel of what a furniture set may look like in your house, and the friendly staff is more than willing to help you find the most comfortable mattress. 
Foreman's Appliance Service, Inc.
1979 Kingstown Rd, Wakefield, RI 02879
Established in 1972, this family owned and operated appliance service is no stranger to South Kingstown. Foreman'sMore Appliance provides house call service and installations on virtually all home appliances. It also provides warranty service on many major brand names. 
J. Howard McGrath Judicial Complex
4800 Tower Hill Rd, Wakefield, RI 02879
The McGrath Judicial Complex houses the Rhode Island Fourth Division District Court, servicing Charlestown, Exeter,More Hopkinton, Narragansett, North Kingstown, New Shoreham, Richmond, South Kingstown and Westerly. The complex is also home to the Washington County Family Court, small claims court, landlord/tenant, Superior Court, and a Public Defender's office.
University of Rhose Island Keaney Gymnasium
85 Keaney Rd, Kingston, RI 02881
The Keaney Gymnasium at URI, while primarily serving as a university-only facility, also hosts various events that areMore open to the public. The complex houses multiple athletic offices and team facilities, but members of the public are invited to attend home games and other events, including robotics competitions and more. 
Station House Restaurant Breakfast and Lunch
3711 Kingstown Rd, West Kingston, RI 02892

The Station House not only offers a constantly expanding menu, but also the kind of neighborhood service most S.K.More residents know and love. The restaurant is located alongside the Kingston rail line. Remodeled in March of 2010, it serves breakfast and lunch, and now hosts BYOB dinners on Friday and Saturday evenings. Breakfast favorites include Johnny cakes made from Kenyon corn meal. One customer even hails the Station House's home fries as "the best ever".

"Ninety percent of our menu is made from scratch," owner/chef Michael Labonte says. Labonte, a RISD culinary arts grad, took over the restaurant in May of 2006. "I created a new menu, and wanted it to represent South County, or the 'comfort food zone', as I like to call it."

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