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After a drive-by shooting on Stafford Road on Saturday, police said Tiverton needs more resources to combat rising violent crime trends.
Opinion, Public Safety
The fire in Brazil that killed hundreds Sunday is a painful reminder of the 2003 Rhode Island nightclub fire.
The application period is open until Feb. 10.
Schools, Public Safety
The state bomb squad determined that a bomb threat at Tiverton High School this morning was unsubstantiated. Tonight's School Committee meeting will proceed and classes will begin as scheduled on Friday.
The following are enforcement results for this year's State Police Thanksgiving Click It or Ticket campaign.
Safety measures are key during debris removal and cleanup.
More than 3,000 Tiverton and Little Compton residents are still without power in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy at 11 a.m. on Tuesday.
Power outages and tree damage may limit travel.
Little Compton Police are going door-to-door on Monday afternoon advising Round Pond Road residents to seek higher ground before high tide approaches at 8:13 p.m. tonight.
According to the RI Department of Health, Hurricane Sandy could impact residents with private wells.
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