R.I. Superior Court grants pause, halting National Grid sale to PPL

Updated at 4:21 p.m.

A STATE SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE on Friday granted the R.I. Attorney General's Office's request to halt the pending sale of Narragansett Electric Co. from National Grid to PPL Corp. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MARK S. MURPHY
 PROVIDENCE – A state judge has put the sale of Rhode Island’s primary utility business on ice pending further review later this month. R.I. Superior Court Associate Justice Brian Stern on Friday granted the request from the Rhode Island Attorney General’s Office to stop National Grid from selling the state utility company, Narragansett Electric Co,…

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