Blog Archives

Andreas M. Koehler, 85, Little Compton

Andreas Martin Koehler, 85, of South of Commons Road, Little Compton, passed away at home on Saturday, May 16, 2015. He was the husband of Charlene Maker and the late Marion (Cameron) Koehler. He was born in Weimar, Germany, the son of the late Dr. Wilhelm Koehler and  Margarete Koehler Bittkow. Mr. Koehler was a


Featured home: Historic charm, modern amenities in Bristol Highlands

The Bristol Highlands is the setting for this distinctive 1920s colonial with modern updates on an oversized lot that extends to the East Bay Bike Path. The home on Sunset Road has four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms within more than 4,300 square feet of living space. It provides the best of both worlds — the

Town Councilor Joe Sousa placed this display during last Saturday's voting for the Financial Town Referendum at Tiverton High School as a "means of showing respect for the dead am one the still living members of the troop."

Councilor Sousa slammed for bringing gun replica to Tiverton High School

TIVERTON — Town Councilor Joe Sousa is taking heat for putting what some people thought was a real rifle on display in the Tiverton High School parking lot during Saturday’s voting for the Financial Town Referendum. The rifle was a replica that he had leaned against his motorcycle next to a campaign truck for Budget

26 Maple Road, Warren

Open houses planned around East Bay

The following open houses are scheduled in towns throughout the East Bay this weekend: Barrington 5 Adams Point Road — Sunday, May 24, 1-2:30 p.m. Colonial, 3, 1.5, $515,000. Residential Properties, Lisbeth Herbst, 401-245-9600. 2 Owings Stone Road — Sunday, May 24, 12-2 p.m. Colonial, 4, 3, $635,000. RE/MAX River’s Edge, Friedman Real Estate Group,401-864-0269.

lc ftm20

Close vote spurns Taxpayers Assn. try to cut school budget

LITTLE COMPTON — By as close a vote as this town has seen in many years, voters here at the Financial Town Meeting (FTM) on Tuesday night defeated — by secret ballot — a motion made by Joe Quinn, Chairman of the Little Compton Taxpayers Association, to cut $50,000 from the school budget. The vote