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Barrington police are looking for the individual who stole a motorized shopping cart from the Shaw's Supermarket in Barrington recently. The store manager met with police on Tuesday, July 25, and … more
The shingle and stone Cape Cod-style cottage sits on a beautiful waterfront lot in Barrington. The enchanting "storybook" home at 9 Hampden St., Barrington, features rich wood floors, French doors … more
TIVERTON — Blasting at the site of the Twin River Tiverton Casino-Hotel is set to end by next weekend, Friday, August 4th. This is as anticipated, said Andy Dufore, North Division Manager of Maine Drilling & Blasting, the company that is managing the blasting for Twin River. more
The following open houses are scheduled in towns around the East Bay: Barrington 17 Stone Tower Lane — Sunday, July 30, 12-2 p.m. Contemporary, 4, 3.5, $1,350,000. Mott & Chace … more
The following homes have changed hands recently in towns around the East Bay: Barrington 9 Middle St. — $460,000 39 Water Way — $1,112,000 16 Joy St. — $392,400 4 … more
PORTSMOUTH — Island Park is in Mike Macfarlane’s blood. His grandparents met at the old dance hall at Cashman’s Amusement Park before the 1938 Hurricane blew it all … more
PORTSMOUTH — Mike Macfarlane, the new owner of Tremblay’s Bar & Grill at 514 Park Ave., calls the watering hole and restaurant the “ultimate, be-as-you-are” … more
PORTSMOUTH — If you’ve lived in Portsmouth long enough, you know the building at 706 Park Ave. as the place where you bought goldfish, guppies and mollies for your home … more
PORTSMOUTH — Kevin Ames was chef at Scampi at 657 Park Ave. for 18 months, and he liked it so much he decided to buy the restaurant earlier this year. He re-branded it Localz Kitchen … more
PORTSMOUTH — After 28 years under the ownership of David Whitmarsh, the Island Tap at 568 Park Ave. is changing hands. Allen Mason of Tiverton, who’s buying the bar, has big … more
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