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Major blizzard expected Monday night

Major blizzard expected Monday night

As much as two feet of snow could fall, driven by winds of up to 60 miles per hour, as a major blizzard is forecast to hit the East Bay Monday night into Tuesday. An Alberta Clipper making its way across the country will combine with a coastal low Monday morning, sending a nor’easter hurtling toward New


Custom home offers Sakonnet River views

Winnisimet Farms in Tiverton is the setting for this upscale contemporary home with water views of the Sakonnet River and private beach access. Well-known architect Charles Finke designed the home at 25 Arrowhead Drive that features a stone fireplace and winding staircase, as well as a water view from almost every room Built in 1979,

43 Algonquin Road, East Providence

Open houses planned around East Bay

The following open houses are scheduled in towns throughout the East Bay this weekend: Barrington 30 Richmond Ave., — Sunday, Jan. 25, 1:30-3 p.m. Bungalow, 4, 3, $349,900. Residential Properties, Janet Maloy, 401-245-9600. 10 George Finnerty Road — Sunday, Jan. 25, 1-3 p.m. Waterfront, 3, 2, $675,000. Coldwell Banker Barrington, Anthony Young, 401-855-3716. Bristol 5 Evangeline

James Harold Peters, 92, Barrington

James Harold Peters, aged 92, of Barrington passed away Friday, Jan. 16, 2015 at the Rhode Island Veterans Home in Bristol. For 70 years he was the loving husband of Martha E. Peters of Barrington of Barrington, who predeceased him in Aug. 2014. Born in Oak Park, Ill., Jim was the first child of Charles

Joseph Raben, Ph.D., 90, Barrington

Joseph Raben, Ph.D., 90, passed away peacefully on January 18, 2014.  Originally from New York and living in Barrington RI for the last 13 years, Dr. Raben was Professor Emeritus of Queens College, City University of New York, teaching in the English Department from 1954-1984. He was an Army Veteran, serving in World War II

74 Appian Way, East Providence

Off the Market: Homes sold around East Bay

The following properties have changed hands in recent weeks in towns in the East Bay: East Providence 42-44 Narragansett Ave. — $221,000 2626 Pawtucket Ave. — $129,000 149 Providence Ave. — $285,000 37 Mary Ave. — $250,000 74 Appian Way — $90,000 46 Fenmoor St. — $230,000 18 Vineland Ave. — $70,000 62 Hoppin Ave. — $104,500 200


Barrington hoops teams win back-to-back games

The Barrington High School boys’ and girls’ basketball teams marched to back-to-back wins during double-header action on Friday night, Jan. 16, at the high school. The girls defeated South Kingstown in the first game, 58-34, while the boys pounded North Kingstown 57-33 in the second. Grace Coutu led the Eagles with 13 points and 14