Monthly Archives: January 2014

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It’s official, scheduling change greatly affects East Providence-LaSalle Thanksgiving game

It’s official, scheduling change greatly affects East Providence-LaSalle Thanksgiving game

PROVIDENCE — The tradition of the East Providence High School-LaSalle Academy Thanksgiving Day, though still intact, will for the time being, at least, be fundamentally altered. The expected became official Thursday, Jan. 30, when the Rhode Island Interscholastic League issued a press release from the most recent Principals Committee on Athletics meeting held the previous

The scene in Riverside at the end of the car chase between EPPD officers and an unruly city driver Thursday, Jan. 30.

East Providence driver raises havoc on streets near Riverside Square

EAST PROVIDENCE — A 49-year-old man has been charged by East Providence Police for causing a substantial car accident Thursday morning, Jan. 30, on Pawtucket and Bullocks Point Avenues in the Riverside section of the city. The suspect is identified as Christopher Pari, of Worcester Avenue East Providence. He is being held at EPPD headquarters

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Bristol Police log: Cold weather traps birds in the ice

The following items are among the Bristol Police log Jan. 21 – 26, 2014:  Tuesday, Jan. 21 Police were called to Almeida Court Apartments at 4:47 a.m. for a fireworks complaint. The cousin of a Varnum Street resident discovered the resident “expired” when he went to visit him. A caller reported a 12-year-old child was

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Calouro passed over for Bristol harbormaster appointments

Bristol Town Council reappointed several residents to position of assistant harbormaster Wednesday night, and Matt Calouro wasn’t one of them. Councilors voted to approve the reappointments of those residents listed in a recommendation letter by Harbormaster Gregg Marsili: Thomas Guthlein, Alan Leach, Charles Lombardo, Scott Marino, John Motta and Adam Salinaro. Mr. Calouro was the

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East Providence man gets 35-year federal prison sentence for Child Pornography charges

PROVIDENCE  – The office of United States Attorney Peter F. Neronha announced David Crisostomi, 38, of East Providence, was sentenced Wednesday, Jan. 29, to 35 years in federal prison for using a prepubescent minor to manufacture child pornography and for possessing and distributing child pornography. Mr. Neronha was joined in the announcement by Colonel Steven

Pictured, from left, are Ms. Burns, Ms. Mansmann, Ms. Sousa, and Mr. Lahoud.

Fourth-grader awarded first-ever Community Strings Project scholarship

A fourth-grade student at Guiteras Elementary school is the first-ever recipient of a Community Strings Project scholarship. Aela Mansmann was awarded the $420 Bethany Sousa Scholarship Tuesday night, during the non-profit organization’s youth concert at Mt. Hope High School. She plays the cello. CSP students had to fill out an application describing what they loved

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U.S. Sen. Whitehouse visits Bristol’s Hall Composites

Top-level execs of a Bristol-based composites business will be traveling to California this weekend, to solidify their partnership with an industry-leading aerospace company. If that sounds grand, Ben Hall can assure you it is. “When you can solve problems by reducing weight, people will buy your product,” said Ben, vice president of Hall Spars &

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