Author Archives: Patrick Luce


Bristol Police bust alleged cocaine, ‘molly’ dealers

Police officers removed two alleged drug dealers from Bristol’s streets last week, seizing multiple drugs, including cocaine, oxycodone and “molly.” Michael J. Machado, 26, of 2 Bay St., Bristol, and Keith Joly, 26, of 13 Mulberry St., Warren, were both charged with possession of narcotics with intent to deliver in separate incidents last week. Mr.


East Bay’s Most Wanted: Cold cases

Convenience store robbery The East Providence Police Department is searching for a suspect wanted for armed robbery of the J-Mart convenience store at 332 Bullocks Point Ave, East Providence, last December. The suspect entered the store just after noon on Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013, approached the counter and demanded that the clerk open the register and take

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Off the Market: Tiverton land among properties sold

The following properties in the East Bay changed hands recently, including a 177-acre waterfront tract of open land on Fish Road in Tiverton that sold for more than $1 million to Tiverton Heights LP: Barrington 4 Burr Ave. — $255,000 10 Walnut Road — $407,000 6 Rosedale Ave. — $234,000 Bristol 50 Everett Ave. —

Mt. Hope High School student actors Lauren James (back-left), Rachel Cloutier, Emily Harmesen, Lauren Borges (front-left) and Skylar Kallman rehearse for their upcoming performance of "We Survived! Stories of Survival from the Armenian Genocide of 1915."

Mt. Hope play tells horrors of Armenian genocide

On April 24, 1915, one of the greatest tragedies of modern times began, resulting in the deaths of nearly two million people and setting the stage for future ethnic cleansing, including Adolph Hitler’s slaughter of the Jews a couple decades later. And yet, many Americans know little about the plight of the Armenian people, the

Kickemuit players carry goalkeeper Thea Brum after a shut-out win for the state championship Tuesday afternoon.

Kickemuit girls win state soccer championship

Behind some strong goal tending and timely scoring, the Kickemuit girls soccer team beat Cole Middle School 2-0 for the middle school state championship Tuesday afternoon. The East Greenwich team controlled the ball most of the game, keeping it in their offensive end, but Kickemuit goalkeeper Thea Brum stopped everything that came her way, making