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Bristol arrests: DUIs, domestic assault

The following suspects were arrested in Bristol this week: Ellen Hayden, 36, of 54 Coggeshall Ave., Bristol, was arrested on a 2nd District Court bench warrant April 6 for failure to appear in court on an original charged of driving with a suspended license. Samuel Jeffrey Mulholland, 43, of 33 Cedar Lane, Seekonk, Mass., was

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Open houses planned around East Bay

The following open houses are scheduled this weekend in towns across the East Bay: Barrington 93 Alfred Drown Road — Sunday, April 19, 12-1:30 p.m. Colonial, 5, 3, $799,000. Residential Properties, Patty Deal, 401-245-9600. 18 Riverview Drive — Sunday, April 19, 2-3:30 p.m. Cape, 3, 2, $349,900. Residential Properties, Patty Deal, 401-245-9600. 53 Wapping Drive

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Public safety personnel lead East Providence’s top earners in 2014

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Post and eastbayri.com recently sought information through an Access to Public Records Act (APRA) request with the office of City Solicitor Tim Chapman about the city’s top paid municipal employees in 2014 . At least 99 employees earned $100,000 or more. Some 61 of the employees are members of

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Bristol arrests: DUIs, domestic assault

The following suspects were arrested in Bristol this week: Ellen Hayden, 36, of 54 Coggeshall Ave., Bristol, was arrested on a 2nd District Court bench warrant April 6 for failure to appear in court on an original charged of driving with a suspended license. Samuel Jeffrey Mulholland, 43, of 33 Cedar Lane, Seekonk, Mass., was

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Deal to build turf field at East Providence High School seems likely

EAST PROVIDENCE — Barring any unexpected last minute changes, the East Providence School Department and the Bayside United youth soccer organization appear to have finalized an agreement to construct an artificial turf field on the high school grounds through a a public-private partnership. The matter will be up for further discussion and possible approval Monday

Mt. Hope High School students participate in beach grass planting coordinated by Save The Bay.

Huskies help out at Barrington Beach

By Colleen Miller Early Wednesday afternoon students from Mt. Hope High School gathered at Barrington Town Beach to work on a coastal adaptation project with Save The Bay. After being instructed by Save The Bay Restoration Coordinator Wenley Ferguson, the students set off across the beach with bundles of beach grass to plant along the

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Deal to build turf field at East Providence High School seems likely

EAST PROVIDENCE — Barring any unexpected last minute changes, the East Providence School Department and the Bayside United youth soccer organization appear to have finalized an agreement to construct an artificial turf field on the high school grounds through a a public-private partnership. The matter will be up for further discussion and possible approval Monday

Obituaries

William J. Nott, 91, Portsmouth

William James Nott (LCDR U.S.Navy Retired), 91, of Portsmouth, died Friday, April 10, 2015, surrounded by his loving family at Charlton Memorial Hospital in Fall River. Born April 8, 1924 in New London, Conn., he was the son of the late William Edward and the late Mildred (Harris) Nott. He was married to Marie (Santangelo)

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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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Rhode Show host Ashley Erling with KJ Ricci and Emma Katzen, Boy and Girl of the year for the Rhode Island chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. "Both of these incredible local kids are now cancer free and the reason I am raising funds for blood cancer research,” says Erling.

Medium with a message

With apologies for the inevitable pun, in the world of mediums, Matthew Fraser anything but. Fraser is big indeed, with a global following, exceptional credibility,  and reputation for being the “real deal” in an industry, so to speak, which has more than its fair share of skeptics. In just a few short years, Fraser has

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Pulitzer Prize-winning author in Bristol

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for his debut novel “Tinkers,” Paul Harding’s most recent work, “Enon,” has earned comparable praise. He teaches the MFA writers’ workshop at the University of Iowa. WHERE: Roger Williams University Library, 1 Old Ferry Road, Bristol WHEN: Monday, April 13; 4 p.m. COST: Free

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Cooking with Claudine

Two very special events in April will feature talented chef and cookbook author Claudine Pépin. First, Pépin will be at Barrington Books, 184 County Road, Barrington, for a book signing event on Saturday, April 11 at 1 p.m., for her new cookbook, “Kids Cook French!” Then on Wednesday, April 22, Pépin will be on hand

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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