Monthly Archives: January 2013

Epic Citadel

Epic Games Releases Epic Citadel for Android with updates for iOS

Epic Games Releases Epic Citadel for Android with updates for iOS

  Epic Games today released Epic Citadel for Android devices. The free app, which is used to demonstrate the studio’s award-winning Unreal Engine 3 (UE3) technology on multiple platforms, is available now on Google Play and Amazon Appstore for Android. A new benchmarking mode and updated visuals bring added depth to the popular app. In

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Portsmouth Abbey dedicates new ‘green’ dorm

PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth Abbey School’s new boys’ residential house, St. Martin’s, was dedicated earlier this yea, before the entire school community and Board of Regents. The dedication ceremonies took place outside the 28,477-square-foot building overlooking Narragansett Bay and an expanse of lawn on the west side of campus. Headmaster Dr. James DeVecchi noted that the

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Macray’s Seafood II aims to rekindle clam shack memories

TIVERTON — A seafood place with Westport roots that go way back has returned for a fresh start in Tiverton. Macray’s Seafood II, located at 115 Stafford Road, will open its doors to weekend customers this weekend with a menu that should bring back memories for customers of the first place on Route 6 in

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Morphis Jamiel, 91, Warren

The Honorable Morphis A. Jamiel, US Army Major General (Retired), 91, of Warren, died Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013, in his sleep.  Born in Fall River, a son of the late Albert and Mary (Falugo) Jamiel,  Mr. Jamiel was a lawyer and retired late last year as Probate Judge for the Town of Warren. Mr Jamiel

Warren Probates – January 30, 2013

TOWN OF WARREN PROBATE COURT 514 MAIN STREET 9:30 A.M. Probate Judge, Steven Minicucci Acting Probate Judge, Anthony DeSisto Millard, Harriet S. a/k/a Millard, Harriet, Est. #12-59 Eastern Bank f/k/aPlymouth Savings Bank has qualified as Executor of the estate. Creditors must file their claims in the Clerk’s Office in the time required by law beginning

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Residents: Wetlands buffer plan too restrictive

A plan to re-work Warren’s wetlands regulations received a cool reception before the Warren Planning Board Monday night, as part of it received sharp criticism from both board members and the public during a two and a half hour meeting at Warren Town Hall. The changes come as Warren tries to comply with state Department

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Andrew J. Plocica, 85, Tiverton

Andrew J. Plocica, 85, of Tiverton, died Friday, Jan. 25, 2013, at Charlton Memorial Hospital. He was the husband of Carlene (White) Plocica. He was born in Fall River, a son of the late Josef and Dorota (Fronczek) Plocica, and had lived in Tiverton since 1968. He was a daily communicant and very active with Holy

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Photo: Startled in Warren

Warren photographer Butch Lombardi was out for a walk in Touisset over the weekend when he happened upon a small herd of deer. As they saw him they bolted, but not before he was able to capture a photo of one in full stride. Mr. Lombardi’s award-winning photography can be seen here; most recently, a

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M. Lynne Francis, 63, Portsmouth

M. Lynne (Belmore) Francis, 63, of Rolling Hill Road, Portsmouth, passed away on Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013.  She was the wife of John D. Francis. In addition to her husband, she is survived by her children Jill Iannella of Bristol and Molly Hall of Arlington Va.; sisters Carol Glanville, Anne Luginbuhl and Clare Rumplik; brothers

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