Monthly Archives: October 2013

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East Providence man among 11 arrested by State Police for child porn possession

East Providence man among 11 arrested by State Police for child porn possession

SCITUATE —  Jason Martins, 30 and of Providence Avenue in city, was among 11 suspects arrested the Rhode Island State Police for allegedly possessing and/or transferring child pornography, Superintendent Colonel Steven O’Donnell announced Thursday, Oct. 31. Members of the Computer Crimes Unit/Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force, assisted by members of the United States Marshals

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Editorial: Recycling isn’t that hard. Really.

If it’s plastic, paper or even cardboard, don’t put it in the trash can. Despite the ease, Bristol ranks as the ninth worst in the state in recycling. The town may not hold the best recycling rates, but it’s not for lack of trying. Town officials have established a committee, Bristol Recycles, to address the

First Congregational Church members Mike Servant of Warren, and John Tyler of Bristol, dig out a new hole to replace the admissions sign at Coggeshall Farm Sunday.

Church members get out of the building, and into the community

About 120 members of Bristol’s First Congregational Church fanned out into the community Sunday for the church’s second annual Church Has Left the Building event. Volunteers donned bright orange-colored vests and lent a helping hand at Coggeshall Farm, washed windows along Hope Street, and even paid for strangers’ laundry at local laundromats. “This means a

XBOX One and PS4 still available for pre-order at Walmart.

Walmart to offer more XBOX One and PS4 consoles for pre-order

Walmart has announced that more XBOX One and PS4 consoles will be made available for pre-order. Currently, Walmart is the only retailer taking pre-orders on their website for these consoles. And your pre-order comes with a guaranteed shipping date of December 16. This means that that special gamer on your shopping list will be able

Barrington's Jillian May assisted on Katelyn's MacMahon's goal against Lincoln School, for a 1-0 win and a chance at the State title.

Eagles to face Moses Brown in field hockey finals

After battling through two overtimes in Wednesday’s semi-final field hockey game against Lincoln School, the Barrington Eagles will, once again, vie to become state champions on Sunday when they face D1 South rivals, and defending state champions, Moses Brown. During the semifinal match, the Eagles and the Lynx remained scoreless throughout the two halves, sending

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Tourister mill plan will wait for now

It will be at least another month before the would-be developers of the old American Tourister mill formally ask for town permission for their project. Officials from Brady Sullivan of Manchester, N.H. and Starr Development Partners of Belmont, Mass., the two development firms seeking to develop the mill into about 190 apartment units and additional

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