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TIVERTON — The Tiverton Budget Committee, with seven new members out of 11, chose Joseph Sousa, a long-time committee member, to serve as chairman at what was, at times, a divided and somewhat … more
Monday, Jan. 11 Police were called to Bulgarmarsh Road at 8:32 am for a “young boy walking in the roadway … followed by an SUV.” A Crandall Road resident told police that an … more
TIVERTON — Even if next year’s budget is increased by the maximum allowed 4 percent, the Tiverton School Department will fall far short of what it needs to merely to keep staff and … more
Wednesday, Jan. 20 A resident who called at 8:03 am to request help was transported to Newport Hospital. At 9:22 am, a motor vehicle struck a deer on Peckham Road (no word on the fate of the … more
Tuesday, Jan. 12 Police conducted a well-being check at a West Main Road residence at 5:36 am. Wednesday, Jan. 13 At 6:49 am, police went to the intersection of Fairfields Drive and West … more
More than 51,000 Rhode Islanders had been at least partially vaccinated against the coronavirus by Friday morning, according to state Department of Health officials, with 9,243 of them fully … more
Monday, Jan. 4 Police checked the area of Warren Avenue at 9:02 am after receiving a call about trucks using the road illegally as a cut-through. An officer responded to a report of a newspaper … more
The political chain reaction set off by Governor Gina Raimondo’s reported decision to accept President-elect Joe Biden’s nomination was US Commerce Secretary appears to have reached … more
Alpaca was Tiverton sanctuary’s foremost ambassador, resident character   By Bruce Burdett West Place Animal Sanctuary bid farewell to Bobbert the alpaca late in the evening of … more
Monday, Jan. 4 After a traffic stop on Crandall Road at 12:04 pm revealed that the car was not registered, the vehicle was towed and the driver was cited and given a ride home to Westport. A … more
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