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Most days, the Bristol Community Center thumps with the beat of Zumba or fitness classes or basketball or other mainstream activities. Other times it hums and grunts with the sounds of yoga or … more
PORTSMOUTH — Young sharpshooters, take notice: The Knights of Columbus Father Christopher S. Rooney Council, No. 3618, is sponsoring its annual free throw contest at 10 a.m. on Saturday, … more
TIVERTON — The Portsmouth Tiverton Rotary Club will host a Tiverton Casino presentation and meet-and-greet next Wednesday, Jan. 31, at Li’l Bear Sports Club, 983 Main Road, Tiverton. The event … more
The Westport Land Conservation Trusts annual New Year's Day Walk to the Let Conservation Area had been cancelled due to the forecast for continued extreme cold. Temperatures below 15 degrees are in … more
PORTSMOUTH — He’s making a list, checking it twice, and getting ready to pass out candy canes to Portsmouth children all over.  Santa’s tours by tractor will begin … more
Bristol Art Museum's “Cape Ann Visits Bristol” exhibit will open with a champagne reception on Wednesday, Nov. 29 from 6 to 8 p.m. Seventy-five artists from the North Shore Art … more
Retired Warren Fire Chief Al Galinelli will do the honors when Warren turns on the lights for its holiday season on the steps of the Warren Town Hall at 7:30 p.m. this Friday, Nov. 24. Warren … more
The Paskamansett Bird Club is sponsoring an illustrated talk about how puffins were brought back to the East Coast. Derrick Jackson, who wrote a book about this adventure, will speak at the Westport … more
Richard J. Norton, a professor at the Naval War College and a retired Navy commander, will be the speaker at the town’s annual Veterans Day ceremony Saturday, Nov. 11, on the Town Common. The … more
PORTSMOUTH — Local veterans of Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm will be honored on Monday, Nov. 13, starting at 6 p.m. at Portsmouth Town Hall. If you are a veteran … more
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