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Thunderstorm can't stop Holy Angels festival

A severe late afternoon thunderstorm put an early damper on the third annual Holy Angels Italian Food Festival as arriving parishioners and friends waited patiently to be served in the church …
As expected, district seeks additional funding for East Providence’s schools
EAST PROVIDENCE — At its Tuesday, Aug. 14, meeting, the East Providence School Committee unanimously backed a Fiscal Year 2018-19 … Read More
Chatfield reps local golf with US Am performance
EAST BAY — Wannamoisett’s Davis Chatfield certainly did his home layout and the area golf community proud last week with his … Read More
East Providence welcomes new library director, says goodbye to former
EAST PROVIDENCE — Earlier this week, the city officially welcomed a new director of the East Providence Library System as Michael … Read More
More News from the East Bay
Public invited to Barrington farm property celebration
The Barrington Land Conservation Trust is hosting a public celebration of its acquisition of the Vendituoli Farm on Sunday, Aug. 26, … Read More
Runners raise money for Portsmouth High Music Boosters
PORTSMOUTH — Runners young and old took over the streets of Common Fence Point Sunday morning for a good cause: raising money for … Read More
Portsmouth hearing on draft hazard mitigation plan is Monday
PORTSMOUTH — The Town of Portsmouth is seeking feedback on its draft Hazard Mitigation Plan that is being updated in accordance … Read More
Five juveniles taken to hospital after Portsmouth crash
PORTSMOUTH — Five juveniles were hurt when the sedan they were riding in crashed on Middle Road Saturday night. Read More
Dog shot by pellet gun on road to recovery
WESTPORT — The moment Lexington resident Kristen Stelljes laid eyes on Lucy, a German shepherd and Ethiopian mix puppy she adopted … Read More
New Bristol employee spreading the word, to help local economy
The moment Chris Vitale set foot in Bristol back in 2011, while studying marketing as an undergraduate student at Roger Williams … Read More
Obituaries
Patricia A. Satterley, 82, of Barrington Patricia A. Satterley, 82, of South Lake Drive, died peacefully at home on Monday, Aug. 13, 2018 surrounded by her loving family. She was the beloved wife of Kenneth Satterley.  Born in …
Joseph J. Beaulieu Sr., 77, East Providence Joseph J. Beaulieu Sr., 77, of East Providence, passed away Thursday, August 16, 2018 at Orchard View Manor in East Providence. Born in Fall River, he was a son of the late John and Mary (Rego) …
Wendy Hanson Baker, 76, Little Compton Wendy Hanson Baker, age 76, passed away Wednesday, August 8, 2018, at her home in Little Compton. She was the wife of Michael Baker with whom she shared 51 years of marriage. Born and raised in …
Sports
BHS gym dedicated to beloved Coach Murgo It was a joyous gathering of family, friends and colleagues as the gymnasium at Barrington High School was dedicated to Frank J. Murgo, beloved father, teacher, and coach who served the athletic …
Little Compton declares: Play pickleball LITTLE COMPTON — The Little Compton Town Council and Recreation Committee have formally approved plans to offer pickleball to the community. Pickleball will be played on the town’s tennis courts, …
Barrington team wins summer league championship Barrington's entry into the Division I Metro Basketball Summer League at Mass Premier captured the championship recently. The Barrington boys defeated Franklin 37-19 in the semifinals and then …
Huskies boosters hold color run The Mt. Hope Boosters club will kick-off their annual tailgate event with the Boosters Color Run at the high school track and grounds on Saturday August 25. Runners cam register online at …
Opinion
Letter: Route 24 not a safety hazard but a sanity hazard To the editor: Mr. Bennis is correct to identify the southern terminus of Route 24 as a hazard, but I'm not convinced it is a safety issue. What we lack are skilled and attentive drivers. In a …
Letter: Odd Pocasset School ‘pilot program' needs closer look To the editor: It has come to my attention that there will be a “pilot” program started at Pocasset School in Tiverton for select 1st and 2nd graders.  This pilot program will contain 20 …
Letter: Pointless slow motion painting causes bridge mess To the editor, I can't be the only person who is frustrated with the traffic jams resulting from maintenance work being done on the new Sakonnet River Bridge.  For weeks, cars have been crawling …
Letter: It’s critical to protect the truth (and free press) There is a “Puck” cartoon from 1888 which caricatures the “evil spirits of the modern daily press” as grotesque elves running loose, presumedly to infect the readers and local …
Letter: Thank you all for generous support and love To all of our family and friends (old and new) who attended the Bristol Train of Artillery to support our family on Friday, July 27, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. We don’t know …
Legal Notices
East Providence Legal Notices - Aug. 16, 2018

These Legal Notices were published in the Aug. 16 edition of the East Providence Post.

Tiverton Legal Notices - Aug. 16, 2018

Little Compton Legal Notices - Aug. 16, 2018

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