Monthly Archives: July 2012

Eleanor G. Davol, 101

Eleanor G. Davol, 101, passed away Friday, July 13, 2012, at St. Elizabeth’s Manor, Bristol. Born in Tiverton on Feb. 11, 1911, she was the daughter of the late Allen L. and Zoe (Grinnell) Small. Mrs. Davol worked as an accounts receivable clerk for Firestone in Fall River for 30 years. She was a member

Anne Martin Withrow Laubi

Anne Martin Withrow Laubi, 73, of Deltona, Fla., passed away on Oct. 28, 2011, after a battle with AML Leukemia. She was surrounded by her family. Anne was the wife of Paul K. Laubi for 55 years. Born in Providence, she was the daughter of the late Stanley Withrow and the late Dora Martin Withrow.

Duffy retires as Barrington’s ACO

The Barrington Police Department has a new Animal Control Officer following the retirement of John Duffy last month. Officer Duffy, whose career with the Barrington Police Department totaled 30 years, had been the ACO since July of 2008. He previously worked in dispatch for 26 years. Police Chief John LaCross had no shortage of good

32nd Annual Little Compton Road Race

Road race: Zablocki runs smart in winning Little Compton race

Ivy-League educated Chris Zablocki put to use what he learned a year ago at the same event when he captured the 32nd Annual Little Compton 4.8-mile Road Race Saturday morning. The 23-year-old Dartmouth College grad who calls Essex, CT, home ran a 4:57 pace in muggy conditions to finish with a time of 23:43. Fellow

Primrose hill school

Two Barrington schools are “Commended”

A pair of Barrington elementary schools recently received the highest designation possible under a new statewide school classification system. Primrose Hill and Sowams Elementary Schools were among 26 Rhode Island schools to be placed into the Rhode Island Accountability System’s “Commended” category. The 2012 School Classifications were released by Education Commissioner Deborah A. Gist with

Grist Mill Tavern

No charges for driver in Grist Mill crash

The driver of a truck that crashed into the Grist Mill last month will not be facing charges, according to a press release issued Friday by the Seekonk Police Department. The release states that an investigation determined there was no evidence that driver of the tractor trailer was speeding or otherwise operating impaired. The investigation

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