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Huskies ice men start season 1-1

Huskies ice men start season 1-1

In a season of change, the Mt. Hope High School hockey team is looking to rebuild its program after changing divisions and coaches. The team got off to a decent start, posting a 1-1 record in the first two games. The player hope the number on the left will outweigh the number on the right

3 Freeborn Road, Bristol

Open houses planned around East Bay

Whether you’re looking to sell your home, buy a new home or just see what’s out there, open houses are a great place to start. The following open houses are scheduled around the East Bay this weekend: Barrington 189 Narragansett Ave. — Sunday, Dec. 14, 12-1:30 p.m. Colonial, 3, 2.5, $429,000. Residential Properties, Barbara Stamp,

1 Benjamin Tripp Road, Westport, Mass.

Off the Market: Homes sold around East Bay

The following homes have changed hands recently around the East Bay: Barrington 10 Manning Drive — $283,500 East Providence 72 Boyd Ave. — $600,000 2720 Pawtucket Ave. — $144,000 32-34 Woodward Ave. — $90,000 35 Boyden Blvd. — $145,000 138 Ivy St. — $147,000 29 Planet Ave. — $240,000 53 Temple Drive — $185,000 94

Warren Police Sgt. Michael Marcello answers a call on his radio.

Warren police logs: Vandalism calls around town

Wednesday, Dec. 3 A Luther Street woman reported coming across a possible Internet scam involving a babysitter. Police advised her not to respond to the ad. Someone found a syringe on Child Street and turned it in. A car struck a deer on Vernon Street. No word on the status of the deer, or car.


Warren police: Man assaulted woman with knife

A Bristol man faces a felony assault charge for allegedly stabbing a Warren woman at least twice during a domestic disturbance last Thursday, Dec. 4. Paul A. Gonsalves, 26, of 45 Catherine St., Bristol, was charged just after 10 p.m. with assault with a deadly weapon and possession of a knife, after police were called

Colt Andrews students Abby Bratsos (left) and Kimberly Rebelo work on their bowls for the "Bowls for Hunger" project to benefit the East Bay Food Pantry.

Colt Andrews’ bowls help fund food pantry

More than 400 students and teachers spent time this fall creating bowls that not only serve food, but provide it. The Colt Andrews School students and teachers have been fashioning “Bowls for Hunger” out of clay this fall during a school wide project to benefit the East Bay Food Pantry. Funded by a grant from