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Tom Killin Dalglish

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  Orders Gomez statement to be disclosed LITTLE COMPTON — The Rhode Island Attorney General's Office on New Year’s Eve ruled that a written statement (or what he called notes), that former School Committee Chairman Donald Gomez read aloud at a...
Monday, Dec. 21 A motorist on West Main Road struck a deer at 6:26 p.m. The car was slightly damaged, the driver uninjured, and the deer was not found. At 7:54 p.m., a citizen called police to say that a clerk...
LITTLE COMPTON — The public and interested parties — such as representatives from Carolyn's Sakonnet Vineyard, The Stone House, and Simmons Café and Market — will get a chance at public hearings this week to sound off about two...
TIVERTON — A crowd estimated at about 300 gathered New Year's Day shortly before noon at Grinnell's Beach for the annual Penguin Plunge sponsored by the Tiverton Yacht Club (TYC) as a benefit for the Tiverton Library. The air...
TIVERTON —Town Administrator Matt Wojcik and Council President Denise deMedeiros responded this week to allegations made by Recreation Commission Chairwoman Susan Gill when she, and two other members, resigned last Monday night from the commission. The responses by Mr. Wojcik...
Recreation volunteers cite angry emails from administrator TIVERTON — Three members of the Tiverton Recreation Commission — Chairwoman Susan Gill, Vice Chairwoman Susan Zmich, and Kristen Plourde — handed their resignations to the Town Council Monday night in a dispute...
TIVERTON — She got her start in philanthropy as a first grader in 2005, selling lemonade with her friend Jennifer on Main Road in Tiverton, to raise money for Hurricane Katrina victims. The two girls raised $510.36. Ten years later,...
LITTLE COMPTON — New leadership is stepping in, on an interim basis, to head up the Little Compton School Department. At its meeting Wednesday, Dec. 2, the Little Compton School Committee voted unanimously to appoint Robert B. Power, 65,...
LITTLE COMPTON — Proposed changes in town ordinances to deal with noise and entertainment will be discussed, but not voted on, at a special workshop meeting of the Town Council at 6 p.m. in Town Hall. The public is being...
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