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Tiverton police: Car breaks and gunshots

Tiverton police: Car breaks and gunshots

Sunday, Oct. 19 After an accident near Town Farm at 10:22 p.m., Scott J. Cabral, 37, of 58 Tony Street, Tiverton, was charged with driving under the influence and possession of open alcoholic beverages in his car. Police said Mr. Cabral blew almost four times the legal limit. on a breathalyzer test. Friday, Oct. 10

126 Lilac Lane, Portsmouth

Open houses: 22 planned in East Bay this weekend

Looking for your next home, want to check out the competition, or just in the mood to play House Hunters? The following open houses are scheduled throughout the East Bay this weekend: Barrington 3 Collins Court — Sunday, Oct. 26, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Multi-level, 4, 3, $669,000. Residential Properties, Kerri Payne, 401-245-9600. 3

81 Governor Bradford Drive, Barrington

Off the Market: Homes sold in East Bay

The following homes changed hands around the East Bay recently: Barrington 81 Governor Bradford Drive — $555,000 9 Saint Andrews Way — $610,000 42 Riverside Drive — $473,000 45 Shore Drive — $374,000 270 Nayatt Road — $238,000 2 Oxford Road — $375,000 24 New Meadow Road — $195,000 Bristol 7 Sullivan Lane — $350,000

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Potent storm

This Wednesday through Friday storm has brought not only rain but powerful north to northeast winds to Westport. The wind gauge at the Westport Life Saving Station on East Beach Road recorded a gust of 57 m.p.h. between 7 and 8 p.m. Wednesday, according to the Westport Fishermen’s Association. The forecast calls for winds to gradually ease

Editorial: Party time

When Tiverton decided back in 2007 to go non-partisan with local elections it seemed like an interesting idea. But seven years later the old Tiverton days of Democrats, Independents and the occasional Republican aren’t looking so bad after all. Politics back then was not for the faint of heart. Foes faced off inside and outside

New East Bay Chamber of Commerce Chairwoman Cidalia Rodrigues, center, presented Roger Williams University President Donald Farish with the Chamber's award for Business of the Year and Bristol resident Bette Walpole with Citizen of the Year during the Chamber's annual Awards Dinner Oct. 16 at Jacky's Galaxie. 

East Bay Chamber honors RWU, Bristol resident

Bridging the skills gap between local businesses and area high school graduates will be the focus of the East Bay Chamber of Commerce in 2015. Cidalia Rodrigues, incoming chairwoman of the Chamber’s Board of Directors, told a crowded room at Jacky’s Galaxie Oct. 16, that the topic was one of frustration among members. “We recognize

Patricia H. Foley, 91, Barrington

Patricia H. ( Sullivan) Foley, 91, of Tiverton, died Thursday, Oct. 9 2014 at the Sakonnet Bay Manor. She was the wife of the late Emil Zeitler, and also the late Edward J. Foley. Mrs. Foley was a home health aide. Patricia has lived in Tiverton for a year and a half coming from Barrington,

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