Sunday, May 19, 2013
Miss anything that happened this week? Take a look at some of the top stories from around Rhode Island. Click the headlines to read the full story.
Saturday, May 11 A vehicle reportedly crashed into a wall next to the front entrance of Wilbur's General Store in Little Compton on Friday. No injuries are known at this time. Sunday, May 12 Ashley Marie Brennick, 22, of 597 Middlebridge Road, South Kingstown, was arrested at about 8:52 a.m. on May 2 and charged with domestic felony assault. According to police, emergency personnel at South County Hospital reported that a 27-year-old South Kingstown man had been stabbed by an unknown person. Monday, May 13 A Portsmouth woman, 78, was pronounced dead at Newport Hospital Monday morning after sustaining injuries in a head-on crash on West Main Road in Portsmouth. Portsmouth police officers responded to West Main Road near Locust Avenue …
Here's a list of services posted by local churches on the Bristol-Warren Patch Events page.
If you'd like to reach Bristol and Warren readers about the services and events at your church, add them to the comments below — and post them on the Bristol-Warren Patch Events Calendar. Services at First Congregational Church, Bristol: 10 am. Education program for infants to high school students, trained nursery care. Services at Freedom Road Baptist Church, Bristol: Bible study, 10 am; Sunday service at 11 am. Use the links below to find more information on the following churches: First Congregational Church of Bristol 281 High Street, Bristol 253-7288 www.fccbristol.org St Mary's Church 330 Wood St., Bristol 253-3300 www.stmarybristolri.org St. Mary of the Bay Parish St. Mary of the Bay Church 645 Main Street, Warren St. Jean …
Take a look at some of the more compelling police reports from around the state. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.
Hulk Smash? Getting arrested can be an incredibly angering experience for some. For one New Jersey man, the rage that followed his arrest could be described as…Hulk-ish? Smithfield police arrested a 21-year-old man on DUI charges after he had allegedly crashed his car into a tree. At the police station, the man took a Breathalyzer test, then allegedly stood up from his chair, walked over to the sink and tore it from the wall, breaking the pipes attaching it. Police were able to subdue the man/Hulk impersonator with a Taser. When Your Alibi Needs an Alibi This week’s best fake alibi goes to a Providence man accused of robbery. When police caught up to the man who allegedly stole $341 from Kattan’s Market in Cranston, he told them he couldn…
The newly launched site offers tips, info and digital know-how for small business owners.
Patch has launched a new site to educate and empower small businesses with the digital tools, social media strategies and marketing know-how needed to ensure long-term growth. Readers will have access to exclusive interviews with well-known founders and CEOs and small business industry experts who share their experiences, advice and tips for success. One of the latest articles features an exclusive interview with successful real estate entrepreneur, Barbara Corcoran, founder of The Corcoran Group. In this Q&A, Corcoran discusses the how to take advantage of the size of a small businesses, and why making big “mistakes” made all the difference in her success. Additional Small Business Patch features include: The latest small business news…
Whether it's a wedding, engagement, graduation or any important event, Bristol-Warren Patch makes it easy to tell neighbors your news.
Every life is a story — and Bristol-Warren Patch wants to hear yours! By creating a profile on Patch — or signing in with your Facebook account — you can post announcements about weddings or civil unions, births, baptisms, graduation, First Communion and obituaries. And the best part is: Our announcements are free. That's right — free. All it requires is your free membership to Patch. There are two simple ways to register on the site: Either way, your profile gives you access to all of our sites and lets you add photos, videos, and comments. Oce you've created a profile, click on the Announcements link — it's also found under the News menu at the top right of the home page. Once there, look for the "Add an Announcement" button to complete…
Saturday, May 18, 2013
Looking for a new pet? The Warren Animal Shelter has several for adoption — here's this week's pick.
DJ is a young male hound mix who is looking for a loving forever home. He is gorgeous dog who gets along great with other dogs, in fact he may do best in a home with another dog. DJ is a bit shy and being around other dogs helps him to feel more secure. Because of his shyness, DJ requires a family that can provide him not only with love but also with a lot of patience and TLC to help him build his confidence. For more information, or to schedule an appointment to meet DJ, contact the Warren Animal Shelter at 401-245-4569. The Warren Animal Shelter is located at 80 Wood St. and is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and on Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Check out up-to-date listings from Zillow.
We feature homes for sale, open houses, and price changes each week on Bristol-Warren Patch, but there are also rental opportunities in the Bristol-Warren area. Click on the homes in the map to get more information about the available rental properties in the Bristol-Warren area.
It's ridiculously easy for to post an event or make an announcement on Bristol-Warren Patch. Blogging is simple, too.
Post your own events, announcements and blogs to Bristol-Warren Patch. It's ridiculously easy. Keep this article handy each time there is something you'd like to share with the community. To post events to the site for free: Navigate to the Events page and click “Add an Event” on the right side of the page. Tell us all the details about your upcoming event, then click “post my event” at the bottom of the page. That puts the event directly on our calendar. The end result is the same as if a Patch staffer had posted it for you. The only difference is, when you post it, it goes up right away. If you send it to us, you might have to wait until we're done reporting on the local government meeting, hanging out in a courtroom waiting for a …
Friday, May 17, 2013
If you draw the Powerball winning numbers in Saturday’s lottery, you could score $600 million, or a $376.9 million one-time payout.
Powerball results were watched closely Wednesday when the jackpot was $363 million. After no one picked all six winning numbers, the new Powerball prize for the Saturday, May 18 drawing is now $600 million. Return here Saturday night to see the winning numbers The one-time cash payout is estimated at $376.9 million. Tickets are $2 and the game is played in Rhode Island and 42 other states. Click here to find stores to buy lottery tickets in Rhode Island. The largest Powerball Jackpot cash payout to date was $384 million and was won on Nov. 28, 2012, in Arizona and Missouri. Wonder what happens to the folks who hit it big? Browse the Huffington Post’s collection of lottery winners’ stories.
Start your House Hunt right here on Patch with our weekly open house listings.
Itching to do some house hunting? Want to know what open houses are going on this weekend? Check Bristol-Warren Patch each week for our roundup of select open houses every weekend. Check here for a full look at local houses for sale in Bristol and in Warren. If you've scheduled an open house that didn't make the list, feel free to add your own listing by clicking the "upload" button above!