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Warren Housing Authority termination talk delayed

Warren Housing Authority termination talk delayed

A special meeting called Friday to discuss the method for terminating the Warren Housing Authority’s executive director was postponed until next Tuesday, after three of the authority’s five board of commissioners members said they were not notified about the meeting. For months, commissioner Alfred DeAngelis said he had been asking for a meeting to discuss


Marc Berger in Tiverton

Marc Berger has had a lifelong love affair with the American West, and his music captures the vastness and romance of the West’s wide open spaces. At Sandywoods, he’ll be performing his critically acclaimed album, “RIDE,” accompanied by guitar wizard Rich DePaolo. Marc has performed at Austin’s South by Southwest Music Festival and The Kerrville


Barbara Meek at 2nd Story Theatre

This holiday season the indomitable first lady of Rhode Island theatre, Barbara Meek, will grace the 2nd Story stage as the frail but feisty Carrie Watts in “The Trip to Bountiful”, Horton Foote’s beloved story of an intergenerational family living a cramped apartment in Houston. WHERE: 2nd Story Theatre/UpStage, 28 Market St., Warren WHEN: Previews

New Leaf stylist Ashley Sousa trims Santa's beard by the window during last year's Holiday Preview.

Bristol’s Holiday Preview is this weekend

From 5 to 9 p.m. this Friday, Nov. 21 and Saturday, Nov. 22, the Bristol Merchants Association and Independent Galleries invite visitors to follow the festive luminaries from store to store for refreshments, entertainment and holiday gifts during Bristol’s 13th annual Holiday Preview. This celebration kicks off Bristol’s most coveted winter event, the 6th Annual

Dora Atwater Millikin and Trip Millikin sit on the main staircase of the 1835 house that they moved from Buzzards Bay Brewery to their Main Road property. Some of the posts and beams date back to an even earlier 1709 house.

Rescued from the wrecker: Delay a lifesaver for 179-year-old farmhouse

By Bruce Burdett The farmhouse that stood at what is now Buzzards Bay Brewing since 1835 is there no more. And Bill Kendall of the Westport Historical Commission could not be more pleased with that outcome. Its doors and windows long gone, siding charred by pyrotechnics used in a movie shoot (Frank the Bastard) the

Raymond Jensen cropped

M. Raymond Jensen, 84, Warren

M. Raymond Jensen, 84, passed on Tuesday Nov. 18, 2014. He was the husband of Eleanor (Silvia) Jensen. Born in Chicago, he was the son of the late John and Anna (Miller) Jensen. He served in the United States Army during the Korean War. He received the U.S. Army of Occupation of Germany Medal and

Westport Town Hall

Early warning: Budget woes mean layoffs likely

Making ends meet in the upcoming budget season could require “significant staff reductions.” That early warning to the Board of Selectmen this week comes from Town Administrator Timothy J. King. Mr. King said he has received almost all of the budget requests from town departments (except for the Council on Aging and “a couple of

346 Nayatt Road, Barrington

Off the Market: Homes sold around East Bay

The following homes across the East Bay have changed hands in recent weeks: Barrington 91 Prospect St. — $300,000 346 Nayatt Road — $625,000 328 Sowams Road — $441,000 Bristol 11 Elmwood Drive — $240,000 East Providence 18 Warwick St. — $40,000 400 Dover Ave. — $180,000 409 Waterman Ave. — $235,000 234 Norton St.