Arrests, warnings and more up dramatically this year in Tiverton

It is shaping up to be a very busy year for the Tiverton Police Department, with key department indexes all rising, in many places substantially, over the same period last year. The Tiverton Town …
Tiverton police: Six DUI arrests, several for drugs
Monday, Oct. 4 A hunting complaint came in from Weetamoo Woods' Lake Road entrance. Police investigated and found no … Read More
Westport man wins Back Eddy striped bass tournament
Fishing off LU-SEA, Westport resident Chris Darmody won the Back Eddy's 23rd annual striped bass tournament this weekend, entering a … Read More
Little Compton fund-raiser is for the birds, literally
Ed Aldrich isn't worried so much about himself as the cold weather approaches, but for his two long-time companions and best friends, … Read More
CRMC, wary audience talk oyster farms in Tiverton
Representatives from the state's Coastal Resources Management Council got an earful Monday evening when they appeared before the … Read More
Woman charged with assaulting Portsmouth officer after DUI arrest
PORTSMOUTH — A 58-year-old Tiverton woman was charged with simple assault following her arrest on suspicion of driving under the … Read More
East Providence schedules COVID-19 booster vaccine clinics
EAST PROVIDENCE — East Providence has announced a series of COVID-19 booster shot clinics throughout the month with the Pfizer … Read More
Natalie M. Huppee, 76, Bonita Springs, Fla.

Natalie M. Huppee passed away October 12, 2021 in Bonita Springs, Florida after a long gallant battle with ALS. She was born January 7, 1945 in Newport RI, the second of four daughters born to …

Jane Marie Dyer, 86, Bristol

JoAnn H. Carvalho, 79, Little Compton

Editorial: Is this the best time of the year?

Best month of the year in New England? While July gets a lot of love, and September is a favorite for many, October should be in everyone’s top-three. Consider the opportunities in the next …

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