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CUT: Grab a net and head out with Audubon on April 17 for a Swamp Romp in Bristol!  Photo courtesy Audubon Society of Rhode Island/Hope FoleyAll you need to know for your spring break … more
It may be known mostly for pumpkins, but the new buzz at Frerichs Farm is all about bees, goats and more. The family farm and greenhouse on Kinnicutt Avenue has started a beekeeping program and it … more
Can’t make it to Churchill Downs this May 5th? You can still get in on the Derby action becauseLinden Place Mansion is off to the races! Dig out your derby hat and bring out the … more
BRISTOL — Coggeshall Farm Museum received a new member to the family when a baby lamb named Levon was born on Sunday, March, 25. Levon is a Gulf Coast native sheep which are primarily used for … more
PORTSMOUTH — We got a sneak preview of “Footloose: The Musical," as members of the cast went through a few song-and-dance routines during a dress rehearsal Tuesday night at … more
NEWPORT — The Aquidneck Island Planning Commission is hosting the third annual Newport County Legislative Forum from 8:30-10 a.m. on Thursday, April 5, in the auditorium of the Community … more
This is one of my husband’s favorite desserts. I will make some for Easter because they’re such a light pastry, making them perfect after a big meal.My mother had the recipe for ages and … more
Recreational boating may be a year-round sport for some, but for most the traditional recreational season is a little more than two months away. “First District Coast Guard, Northern Region. … more
PORTSMOUTH — March is National Youth Art Month and you can celebrate it by taking in some of the unique artwork created by local students at several different locations in town. The opening … more
PORTSMOUTH — Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America is hosting a community presentation, “Reducing Gun Violence,” from 1-3 p.m. on Saturday, March 3, at The Valley Inn 221 … more
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