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PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Town Council has both a new political majority and leader. more
The Barrington Preservation Society will hold its annual historic house plaque program and lecture on Wednesday, Nov. 28, from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Salem Auditorium and Collis Gallery at the Barrington … more
The narrative could have been entirely different for the young Tiverton Tigers varsity football team. Finding themselves drowning in a 22-0 deficit midway through the second quarter during Sunday’s … more
The Barrington High School girls volleyball team lost 3-2 to North Kingstown in the Division I state championship match on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 17, at Rhode Island College. Barrington dropped … more
PORTSMOUTH — As a star player on the Moses Brown varsity softball team, Portsmouth’s Emma Campbell has a flair for coming up big in the clutch. more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Pop Warner varsity cheerleading squad is headed to Orlando, Fla. more
The Bristol Fire Department’s Defiance Fire Station has a brand new piece of fire apparatus, and it’s a sight to behold. Recently, the station welcomed aboard its new Engine 3, a 2018 … more
A north Westport brook that flows between Sawdy and Davol pond is nameless no more ... more
The fourth annual Bristol Fire Dept. Ladies Auxiliary Community Aid Drive “Kickoff to Christmas” will take place on Saturday, Nov. 24, from 5 to 7 p.m., at Jacky’s Galaxie. … more
PORTSMOUTH — An 18-year-old local man was arrested Wednesday, Nov. 14, after police received information he recently pawned a computer tablet that had been reported stolen from the … more
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