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Country living close to Little Compton shore

Country living close to Little Compton shore

Enjoy a country setting while being close to the seashore at this private home in Little Compton. Located in Tuniper Pond Acres at 30 Tuniper North Lane, the property has access to the Pond and is only a short walk to South Shore Beach. The Cape Cod-style home is situated on a private, well manicured

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Old Bristol – Spring 1915

Reckless driving on Metacom Ave. People residing on Metacom avenue are voicing strong complaints because of the reckless way autos are driven through that section of town. Last Sunday afternoon a valuable cow belonging to C. S. Greenwell was hit and almost killed by a machine that Mr. Greenwell says that was traveling like an

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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

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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

The Crossleys — and Linny Cakes — relax in Hawaii while snow buries Westport.

From snow to Hawaii thanks to speedy little duck

As February dumped snow on Westport, Linny Cakes, the winning duck from the 2014 Allens Pond Duck Derby fundraiser, enjoyed the warmth and hospitality of Hawaii. The little rubber duck earned roundtrip airfare, two nights lodging and dinner for two in Oahu by beating the other 5,777 ducks who rode the incoming tide at Barney’s

Meeting in the Tiverton High School auditorium April 16, Tiverton's planning board took crucial votes on the Tiverton Glen project proposed by Carpionato Group. Photo by Tom Killin Dalglish

Planners okay Tiverton Glen, with conditions; send project to council

TIVERTON — By successive votes — on “comp plan” language changes and on zoning changes — Tiverton’s planning board Thursday night tossed the huge multi-use Tiverton Glen development project squarely into the laps of the Tiverton Town council. But it kept an important piece of the action for itself — a conditional approval of the

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