Monthly Archives: July 2013

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Warren can’t depend on miracles

Warren can’t depend on miracles

Despite the last minute deal last week that saved 180-year-old St. Mark’s Church from possible demolition, Warren remains woefully unprepared to stave off threats to its irreplaceable historic properties. And revisions to the demolition ordinance currently being reviewed by the town council do not go nearly far enough to prevent future threats to Warren’s iconic

Sell Yourself and Your Services To Buyers

Seller demand for real estate professionals is extremely high, yet buyers are less drawn to hire out for services. With the internet being readily available its easy to search out listings on their own. Analyzing the housing market individually is possible, its important for buyers to seek professional counsel when making such a large decision.

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Bristol police logs: Wet socks, trimming town trees

Monday, July 22 A woman called police to Gooding Avenue to remove her ex-boyfriend from her car. A Franklin Street resident reported that the landlord kicked the door in to his apartment. A Hope Street resident reported a suspicious male party in front of their house, who was reading aloud in a different language. The

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Senator Reed, dignitaries view ongoing renovations at East Providence Fire Station 4

EAST PROVIDENCE — Acting East Providence Fire Department Chief Oscar Elmasian and company Monday, July 29, led a group of dignitaries including Senator Jack Reed on a tour of the renovations being done to Station 4 located on Wampanoag Trail. Sen. Reed and the rest of Rhode Island’s Congressional delegation played an integral role in

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Robert S. L. “Bob Kinder, MD, 84, Bristol

Robert S. L. “Bob” Kinder, MD, 84, of Jamestown passed away July 28, 2013. He was the beloved husband of Betty R. (Yeager) Kinder. Born in Providence, a son of the late Ralph F. Kinder and Marion (Miller) Sime, he grew up in Bristol. He graduated from Moses Brown, Brown University, and George Washington University

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Cocaine found on Prudence Island ferry dock

The Bristol Harbor Patrol office recovered about $40 of cocaine Saturday, when an unknown person turned in a business card holder believed to be a lost-and-found item. Charles Lombardo called police around 2:45 p.m. July 27 to report what he believed to be cocaine inside of a silver card holder. Mr. Lombardo told police that

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Bristol man drowns saving 5-year-old

A Bristol man drowned trying to save his 5-year-old grandson off Spar Island in Mount Hope Bay Sunday. The Bristol Police Department was notified of a male who went missing around 3:28 p.m. Members of Bristol, Tiverton and Portsmouth fire departments, as well as the U.S. Coast Guard, Bristol Harbormaster’s Office, and the Rhode Island

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