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Portugal is well-represented in the East Bay — especially in Bristol, where about half the town's residents claim some measure of Portuguese ancestry.The Bristol Art Museum decided that it was … more
PORTSMOUTH — Over a dozen actors from five towns are coming together for the debut of Portsmouth Community Theater's historical drama, "Murder at the Coal Mines.” The original … more
#5- The next generation of parents meet their newborn. (L-R Frank Iaquinta and Jen Michaels)#55- A lively teacher conference. (L-R Kerry Giorgi, Jen Michaels)#77- Nanny and the proud new parents meet … more
PORTSMOUTH — In what’s being billed as a first for Aquidneck Island, bicycle enthusiasts will have a chance to wheel around Middle Road and pass six local farms along the way on … more
PORTSMOUTH — In celebration of Earth Day, the Portsmouth Conservation Commission will host "Conservation Days" events this weekend. On Saturday, April 28, there will be a community … more
PORTSMOUTH — Ever wonder what Portsmouth looked like 100 years ago? On Wednesday, April 25, The Portsmouth Historical Society, in conjunction with the Common Fence Point Improvement … more
Kickemuit Junior Grange members Andrew Damiano, 13, and Jeremiah 
Ziegler, 8, model T-shirts designed by Warren artist Richard Kaiser 
that will be given out to everyone who volunteers at … more
Young Hugh Cole School thespians enrolled in Arts Alive, a non-profit performing arts program based out of Barrington, will stage a production of “The Wizard of Oz” this weekend at the Kickemuit … more
There will be an introductory, beginner’s orienteering event at Colt State Park in Bristol on Saturday, April 21 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event is rain or shine and is open to all ages. There … more
TIVERTON — The Rhode Island Foundation invites residents of Tiverton, Portsmouth ad Little Compton to share their thoughts on issues that are important to them over a neighborly meal on … more
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