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Prudence home offers private, luxurious escape

Prudence home offers private, luxurious escape

Solitude and luxury — the perfect pairing for a get-away home. This comfortable three bedroom, two bathroom home on Prudence Island has all the bells and whistles, nestled in natural surroundings. The property at 243 Bay Ave. has sweeping water views and can be used as a year-round or vacation home. With nearly 4,000 square

15 Ridgewood Road, Barrington

Open houses planned around East Bay

The following open houses are scheduled in towns around the East Bay this weekend: Barrington 12 Foote St. — Sunday, March 29, 12-1:30 p.m. Cape, 3, 2, $339,000. Residential Properties, Nancy Ryan, 401-245-9600 77 Prospect St. — Sunday, March 29, 12-2 p.m. Cape, 3, 1.5, $349,000. Residential Properties, Dawne Nordstrom, 401-245-9600. 15 Ridgewood Road —

"Other Desert Cities" featuring Ara Boghigian and Sharon Carpentier, at 2nd Story Theatre in Warren through April 12. Credit: Richard W. Dionne, Jr.

Now playing, ‘Other Desert Cities’ suits Warren theatre’s return to the round

The theatre has often been nicknamed “The Fabulous Invalid.”  That is to say it is always dying; it is always making a miraculous recovery. That is indeed the nature of the arts in general; their fortunes rise and ebb with a society’s economy and traditional art forms fear always competition from all the other distractions

427 Fish Road, Tiverton

Off the Market: Homes sold around East Bay

The following properties have changed hands in recent weeks in towns around the East Bay: Barrington 27 Martin Ave. — $275,000 673 County Road — $255,000 27 Hilltop Ave. — $244,000 2 Carriage Trail — $243,500 368 Rumstick Road — $707,500 24 King Philip Ave. — $100,000 Bristol 54 Everett Ave. — $422,190 42 Fatima

Paintbrush digging up a one hundred dollar bill

Lose money? Warren police want to hear from you

Did you lose any money recently? Warren police want to reunite an undisclosed amount of money with its owner. The cash was found by an “honorable” citizen Tuesday in the vicinity of Child Street, Railroad Avenue and the East Bay Bike Path, and handed over to police, Deputy Chief Joseph Loiselle said. Deputy Chief Loiselle

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

Burglary, vandalism have Warren’s Touissett on edge

Police have been spending more time in Touisset than usual this week, dealing with a widespread spate of vandalism and, on Monday, a burglary in broad daylight. The vandalism was discovered Sunday, when residents across Touisset Point woke up to find the tires on their cars slashed. In all, police received calls from residents on

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Vandals on tire slashing spree in Warren

Police are trying to get to the bottom of one of the largest vandalism sprees in Warren in some time. Residents on at least nine different streets in the Touisset area awoke Sunday morning to find their cars’ tires slashed; calls continued throughout the day Sunday and into Monday. In all, police received calls from

Letter: Opting out is only option for angry parents

To the editor: “Students, parents can not opt out.” So says the edict form the editorial regarding state PARCC testing. Got it? It makes no difference what your reasons are. You must surrender your children to something you think is detrimental to them in order that the greater good is served. Besides, your reasons are