Monthly Archives: August 2013

Zachary G. Leroy

Tiverton man faces heroin charges, twice in two days

Tiverton man faces heroin charges, twice in two days

TIVERTON — A Tiverton man was busted twice last week on heroin charges – the first time for possession, the second for delivery — involving multiple bags of heroin each time. The first occasion was on Tuesday, Aug. 20, when 37 bags of heroin were found in his closet at home. The second time was

Dr. William Condon and friend (Sakonnet Veterinary Hospital photo)

Business as usual at Sakonnet Vets after animal hospital sale

Sakonnet Veterinary Hospital founders and longtime owners Dr Kenneth E Rix and Dr. William E. Condon have sold the Tiverton animal hospital to VetCor Tiverton. Although the transaction took place August 14, life goes on as usual at the 1320 Main Road facility, Dr. Rix said Thursday. “There have been no changes in staff, everything

Evert and Margaret Baldwin of East Providence land a bluefish and striped bass on an umbrella rig with grandfather Jim Baldwin of Narragansett.

No Fluke

Galilee fishing tournament next weekend; offshore, bonito, striper fishing strong Win a charter trip or tackle shop gift certificates at the Galilee Fishing Tournament, from 5 p.m. September 6 through 2 p.m. September 8. Juniors fishing for bluefish, black sea bass, fluke, striped bass and scup can win trophies, as well as adults fishing for

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New Blue Trails open Bristol by water

The popular Rhode Island Blueways network expands in the East Bay, giving both locals and tourists another way to play on the bay. Last Tuesday, on a pitch-perfect Rhode Island late-summer afternoon, a motley flotilla left the ramp at Independence Park in Bristol. After a brief debate over whether we would follow the harbor route

Editorial: Let’s keep up the good work, Bristol

  Better together. That’s the motto of Mike Byrnes, co-chairman of Explore Bristol. The phrase is taken from a book by Robert Putnam, “Better Together: Restoring an American Community.” In it, Putnam highlights stories from across the country where civic leaders, business owners and everyday people are restoring their communities through social activism and working

It’s a small revolution

Imagine this. The government was inept in planning to maintain monies for a modicum of services. It decided to tax the residents for its mistakes. After a series of blunders it taxed something virtually everyone used every day. The citizens thought this latest episode of nickeling and dimeing them to death was the last straw.

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Warren man spits at officers during DUI arrest

Monday, Aug. 19 Police received a report that a 2003 Kawasaki Ninja motorcycle was stolen from a Water Street residence where the owner was staying. Tuesday, Aug. 20 A police officer working a detail observed a car traveling south on Metacom Avenue at 5:34 a.m. and driving erratically. The officer attempted to flag the driver

Students filed into Rockwell Elementary School Wednesday for their first day.

Bristol Warren welcomes more than 3,400 students back to school

Nervous. Overwhelmed. Anxious. They’re the first-day-of-school jitters, and Lisa Davis had them. Walking the expansive hallways of Kickemuit Middle School, she wasn’t sure she’d remember where her classroom was. But once that bell ran, signaling the start of the 2013-2014 school year, she began to relax, just a little. “The best advice I’ve been given

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Study says Warren is shrinking

Warren’s population is expected to drop steadily and substantially over the next three decades, a new state study concludes. The study of population trends prepared by the Rhode Island Statewide Planning Program concludes that Warren’s population will decline by nearly 15 percent over the next 27 years, dropping from the 10,611 counted in the 2010

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