Monthly Archives: September 2012

Howie Newman

Bristol coffee house begins new season

Bristol coffee house begins new season

BRISTOL — Howie Newman will help kick off the Stone Church Coffee House’s sixth season when he plays a double-header Saturday that also features Rick, Andy and Judy. One of the most engaging performers on the New England folk circuit, Mr. Newman combines music, comedy and audience participation in a unique entertainment experience. Rick, Andy

The Kennedy Orchard House in Portsmouth sits on three acres but is surrounded by large areas of preserved land, much of it sloping down to the Sakonnet River.

Elegant living and pastoral views at Kennedy Orchard House in Portsmouth

The Kennedy Orchard House at 210 Farmlands Drive in Portsmouth is a stunning example of award-winning architect Jim Estes’ shingle-style aesthetic. With three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths over more than 3,000 square feet of living space, Orchard House is an elegant, luxury home with a very welcoming and livable interior. Large windows and floor-to-ceiling glass

New group, Tiverton 1st, recommends candidates

TIVERTON — Tiverton 1st, a recently formed non-partisan community organization, announced last Friday the candidates that it will be supporting in the November election. The candidates for Town Council that Tiverton 1st recommends to town voters are: James J. Arruda, Renee DeJesus-Jones, Denise deMedeiros, William P. Gerlach, Brett Nicholas Pelletier, and Edward A. Roderick. Seven individuals from

Slave Tour

Walk through history in Bristol

BRISTOL — On Saturday Linden Place Museum hosts a walking tour of Linden Place Mansion and downtown Bristol focused specifically on Bristol’s DeWolf Family and its involvement in the slave trade. The guided tour begins at Linden Place, continues through the center of Bristol and down to the waterfront on Thames Street, pointing out significant sites

Barrington Town Hall, Barrington, Rhode Island

Barrington Director of Leisure Services position still vacant

Four individuals have received in-person interviews to potentially be named the town’s first Director of Leisure Services but as of Friday, Sept. 28, the position remained vacant. According to Town Manager Peter DeAngelis, work towards filling the post is on-going but no decisions have been made. The town first began advertising for a Director of

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Lynch vows attempt to rid East Providence Charter of ‘mayor’ title

EAST PROVIDENCE — If elected to the City Council, Ward 1 candidate Edward Lynch says he will work to rid the East Providence City Charter of the term “mayor.” On the campaign trail Mr. Lynch said he is frequently asked who he would support as “mayor.” His response, flatly, is “no one.” “I’ve decided to

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Barrington High School football game and homecoming parade moved to Saturday afternoon

A football match-up between Barrington High School and East Providence High School has been re-scheduled from Friday night to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday because of weather. The annual homecoming parade has also been re-scheduled. It will begin at 2 p.m. at Victory Field on Saturday.  Other homecoming festivities, such as a the crowning of a

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