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Police: Man sent obscene photos, wrote of mutilating animals

An East Providence man who police believe sent disturbing and obscene photos and messages to a 15-year-old girl faces a host of charges this week, including intimidation of a witness. Anthony Michael Stravato, 24, of 11 Chedell Drive in Riverside, was arrested by Warren police last Tuesday, July 21, and charged with cyberstalking and cyberharassment,

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Council rejects massive Tiverton Glen project

Cheers greet decision to deny necessary town plan changes TIVERTON — The mega-development known as Tiverton Glen was rejected on a 5-2 vote late Monday night, July 20, by the Tiverton Town Council. The proposal to build a 63.4 acre multi-use project by that name, between Route 24 and Souza Road, and Main and Fish

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Fire destroys home in Bristol

It took firefighters nearly an hour to get a smokey blaze under control on Saturday, July 25, leaving the building totally destroyed and one family homeless. A call came in just before 7:30 p.m. alerting the Bristol Fire Department of the fire at 125 Franklin Street, at the corner of Franklin and Wood Streets. When

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Portsmouth’s West expected to serve as Elections board acting chair

PROVIDENCE —East Bay Newspapers has learned Richard Pierce, of Cranston, resigned today Friday, July 24, as the chairman of the Rhode Island State Board of Elections. Mr. Pierce cited family obligations as the reason he stepped down. In Mr. Pierce’s place is expected to be William West of Portsmouth. Mr. West is currently the vice

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Seekonk Police seek suspect in burglary cases

SEEKONK — Seekonk Police are seeking a suspect in a series of break-ins over the last few days. According to the report of SPD Chief Craig Mace, the first reported incident occurred on Thursday, July 23. SPD took two reports of overnight burglaries. A general notice of the burglaries was posted on Twitter. A suspect

The Bowen family of Barrington hosted German exchange student Kaspar Tosin this year. He is pictured with Olivia (left) and Julia.

Barrington family hosts German exchange student; more hosts needed

Mustard. Ask Julia and Olivia Bowen what they will remember most about the German exchange student who spent the last year living with their family and they might tell you, “mustard.” Kaspar Tosin, they might say, put mustard on everything. Not just hot dogs and pretzels, but on his chicken and steak and whatever else

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Small Barrington boat takes on water off Rumstick Point

A small Barrington boat containing six teenagers radioed for help last week after it began taking on water off Rumstick Point. Barrington Harbormaster Ray Sousa said the teenagers told responding harbor patrol and Coast Guard officials that they did not know what had happened, although he questioned that response once the boat was pulled from

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Portsmouth stays alive, holds off SK American

PORTSMOUTH — Nothing comes easy for the Portsmouth Little League 12-year-old Majors All-Star Team. On July 19 players rallied to score five runs in their last at-bats against Barrington to win 11-10 and the District 2 title, which qualified them for the state championship tournament at Warwick Continental. In its opening game on Saturday, Portsmouth

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Jane J. Jaworski, 88, Warren

Jane J. Jaworski, 88, of Warren died Monday at the Silver Creek Manor in Bristol. She was born in Warren, a daughter of the late Whadyslaw and Zofia (Karwacka) Jaworski. Jane was an Administrative Secretary for over 40 years for the Dept. of Education for the State of RI, before retiring in 1992. She was

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East Bay Strength & Conditioning prepares athletes for success

ADVERTISING – In his new facility on Vineyard Lane in Barrington, Coach Andrew DiOrio works with both competitive and recreational athletes to help them better prepare for the demands of physical activity. “With kids playing competitive sports at younger ages, it is important that they learn the fundamentals of movement, training, nutrition and recovery early

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Author Jennifer Burge in Barrington

Author Jennifer Burge will be at Barrington Books to talk about her newly released memoir, “The Devil Wears Clogs.” Imagine what it would be like if you were a young, naive professional and your career took you to Germany. You don’t speak German and you have no experience working with Europeans. How nervous would you

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Author Jennifer Burge in Barrington

Author Jennifer Burge will be at Barrington Books to talk about her newly released memoir, “The Devil Wears Clogs.” Imagine what it would be like if you were a young, naive professional and your career took you to Germany. You don’t speak German and you have no experience working with Europeans. How nervous would you

A flavorful culinary journey brings enlightenment

DVDinner “The Hundred-Foot Journey” 2014 comedy/drama Rated PG, 2 hours Directed by Lasse Hallstrom By Lynda Rego When a young cook, Hassan Kadam (Manish Dayal) and his family relocate to Europe after leaving their home and restaurant in Mumbai, they don’t know what to expect. And, the patriarch of the family can’t seem to choose

Science Central will operate, as here during a BioBlitz a few years ago in Narragansett, inside a large tent, where specimens collected will be identified and catalogued.

Little Compton to be BioBlitzed on ‘Nature Day’

LITTLE COMPTON — A 24-hour BioBlitz, and conclave of over a dozen conservation and gardening organizations being called Nature Day, will descend upon Veterans Field on the weekend of June 13. The double-header event, expected by its sponsors to draw an estimated 500-600 people from around the area and New England, signals “a powerful next

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