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The statue of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel is carried down High Street in perfect weather conditions Sunday.

Family, faith and food highlight OLMC Feast

Family, faith and food highlight OLMC Feast

The 116th edition of the Feast of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel took place this past weekend with large crowds in attendance in great weather conditions. Led by Chief Marshals, Robert and Donna McKenna, this year’s celebration couldn’t have been any better, according to the Rev. Henry P. Zinno, Jr., pastor at Our Lady of

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Happy Father’s Day!

This is my father, Fredrick Hermenze, posing for Amos Sewell (who was a ‘Saturday Evening Post’ illustrator). Amos and Ruth Sewell lived across the street from my grandfather’s farm and my childhood home. They were good neighbors and friends, and often used the farm and my extended Polish family in illustrations. This photo was taken about

OLMC grads meet for 50th reunion

On Sunday Oct. 20, there are a 50th class reunion of the eighth grade at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School in the parish center in Bristol. Some of the classmates hadn’t seen each other in 50 years. Pictured are (front row, from left to right) Diane Frazier Minter, Ann Del Toro Soscia, Pat Parisi

Sally Black, Chairwoman of Tiverton's School Committee and Grand Marshall for the Celebrate Tiverton parade Saturday, July 27, holds a poster from the 1997 Tiverton Waterfront Festival, while behind her (from left) stand Linda Larsen, Deborah Pallasch (school committee member), and Pat Curran.

Come Celebrate Tiverton all weekend

TIVERTON — Tiverton launches Celebrate Tiverton with three days of activities this Friday through Sunday. Friday evening’s kickoff events are all within walking distance of each other, close by the waterfront at Stone Bridge. Other activities are scheduled from Friday evening through Sunday, in all areas of town. Catch live music at 5:30 p.m. with

Fr. John Higginbotham conducts a service in Holy Trinity in Jan. 2012 at the beginning of the church's 300th anniversary year

Holy Trinity celebrates 300th with banquet Saturday

TIVERTON — Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Tiverton will celebrate its 300th anniversary with a banquet on Saturday, September 22, 6:30 to 9 p.m. Bishop Geralyn Wolf and her husband, Tom Bair, and Bishop-elect Nick Knisely will be among those attending. A portrait by Carolyn Hall of Holy Trinity’s founding priest, the Rev. Honyman from

Council President Jay Lambert (right) presents Flowers to Amelia Camara, flanked by nephews Ray Camara (her right) and Robert Camara (her left)

Amelia Camara, Tiverton citizen extraordinaire, turns 100

TIVERTON — When Amelia Camara turned 100 years old on Monday, Sept. 10, 2012, over 100 friends and family gathered for a party at Sandywoods Community Center to celebrate her birthday. Later, the Town Council at its meeting Monday night passed a congratulatory proclamation. Ms. Camara all her life has given back to Tiverton, as the

New Eagles

Two Warren teens make Eagle Scout

Warren has two new Eagle Scouts. Troop 25′s Nicholas Andreadis and Adam Cabral received their badges during a ceremony held at Warren Fire Station 3 on Vernon Street last Tuesday, August 14. Nick has been a scout for 12 years, Adam for 11 years. Nick’s Eagle Project entailed doing a comprehensive inventory of the towns’

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