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PORTSMOUTH — You never heard it so loud inside the Portsmouth High School field house Friday afternoon. more
PORTSMOUTH — A local man was arrested at his home Sunday, Oct. 15, and charged with domestic assault with bodily injury on a person over 60 years old.   James F. Janus, 46, of 63 … more
PORTSMOUTH — There will be an Eco-Depot collection of household hazardous waste on Prudence Island on Saturday, Oct. 21, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the island’s transfer … more
PORTSMOUTH — It was a big game, recalled John Burton. A member of Portsmouth High School’s Class of 1982, John was talking about the time the varsity soccer team traveled to East … more
James Sousa has been named Warren’s new Fire Chief, replacing veteran Al Galinelli, who will retire at the end of the month after nearly 30 years as the town’s top fire fighter and 50-plus years … more
PORTSMOUTH — Four turnovers by the visiting South Kingstown Rebels translated to a 27-14 victory for the Portsmouth High School’s varsity football team Friday night. more
TIVERTON — The Tiverton Town Council last Tuesday night, Oct. 10, approved a contract to provide some real shade for Grinnell's Beach beach goers next season. It awarded a $47,000 contract for the construction of a "sail shade" area at the beach to Probuilt Designs, LLC, of Marshfield, Massachusetts. more
TIVERTON — Despite a last minute hitch, the Tiverton Town Council last Tuesday approved the award of a base $1.8 million contract to the John Rocchio Corporation of Smithfield to rehabilitate the Stone Bridge Abutment. more
TIVERTON — By any measure, the massive Longplex sports center under construction along Industrial Way in Tiverton, a little north of Fish Road, is imposing. It's clearly visible traveling in either direction north of the town on Route 24 more
PORTSMOUTH — A 37-year-old Providence woman was arrested Wednesday on narcotics charges, a result of a joint investigation between the Portsmouth and Newport police … more
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