Author Archives: Tom Killin Dalglish

Tiverton Community Center sold for $66,000

TIVERTON — The venerable Tiverton Community Center building and half acre lot, located at 346 Judson Street, have passed into private ownership for a sale price of $66,000. Closing documents for its sale, following a sealed bid auction, were signed and filed on December 30 in Town Hall. The buyer, and successful bidder at the

Tiverton police: domestic assault, drunk driving

Monday, Dec. 15 A 15-year-old Tiverton boy was charged at 1:05 p.m. with simple assault, and as a disobedient child. Tuesday, Dec. 16 Andre Medeiros, 37, of Fall River, was charged at 1:40 p.m. with domestic assault, domestic breaking and entering, domestic vandalism, and domestic disorderly conduct. Wednesday, Dec. 17 At 3:52 p.m., Brandon Luiz

Tiverton man charged with 3rd DUI, heroin possession

TIVERTON — On the heels of  multiple reports about a car being driven erratically, a 56-year old Tiverton man was charged at 2:52 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 19, with driving under the influence of alcohol (third or subsequent offense), and with refusal to submit to a chemical test. Louis Oliveira, 56, of 837 Bulgarmarsh Road, Tiverton, was

Tiverton Glen process mired in comp plan change debate

Durfee: Meeting between developer executives, town officials  smacked of ‘back room’ dealing     TIVERTON — Residents are going to have to wait at least another month for the planning board’s recommendation regarding the massive Tiverton Glen (formerly Tiverton Crossings) mixed use development project. Around 50 citizens gathered in Tiverton High School last Thursday for

Tiverton council to choose one of two for budget post

TIVERTON — The Town Council was expected Monday night to make an appointment to the town budget committee to fill a vacancy created when David Perry, the committee chairman, resigned after being elected to the council. The meeting took place after this paper went to press. Two candidates for appointment to the vacant position have

New child care rules hit Little Compton Community Center

LITTLE COMPTON — A little known and newly enforced regulation of the Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth & Families (DCYF) has had an unanticipated impact on the Little Compton Community Center (LCCC), and on the staff of the after-school children’s program there. The regulation is part of new licensing requirements for child care programs

Tiverton’s Stone Bridge abutment plans buffeted

Delay, deterioration mean plans need to be redrawn  TIVERTON — Already twice delayed, the Stone Bridge abutment renovation project has encountered another obstacle that officials believe will cause further delays, and inconvenience. “It’s a change of conditions from what most people are expecting to hear,” Town Administrator Matt Wojcek told the Tiverton Town Council at