Keyword: Common Fence Point
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PORTSMOUTH — Susan Young’s story had a happy ending, but she knows how close she came to not being able to tell it. Four years ago, Ms. Young suffered a massive heart attack while … more
PORTSMOUTH — Susan Panaggio lives on a one-way circle on Riverside Street in Island Park. In the 31 years she’s been living on the street along Blue Bill Cove, Ms. Panaggio said … more
PORTSMOUTH — Tom Stewart, one of four comics who had a capacity crowd cackling all night at the Common Fence Point Community Hall, noted that he used to be a local traffic … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Common Fence Point Improvement Association and the Newport County YMCA hosted a pizza challenge for ages 5-12 Friday night at the neighborhood's community hall. Participants … more
PORTSMOUTH — Just a few years ago, the Common Fence Point Community Hall appeared to be on its last legs.  The dusty old building — rebuilt in the ’60s after a … more
PORTSMOUTH — For the fifth straight year, the Aquidneck Riders 4-H Club will be spreading holiday cheer as they ride around the Common Fence Point neighborhood and sing carols this Sunday, … more
PORTSMOUTH — Ghosts, goblins, zombies and musicians marched through the streets of Common Fence Point Monday for the neighborhood’s fourth annual Halloween Parade. Organized by … more
PORTSMOUTH — Common Fence Point will host its fourth annual Halloween celebration from 5-7 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 31. The family-friendly event is free, and everyone in Portsmouth is … more
PORTSMOUTH — For the third straight year, Web McDonald was the first runner to cross the finish line in the Portsmouth Business Association’s “Summer’s End” 5K on … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Business Association (PBA) will host its fourth annual Summer’s End PBA 5K, with Peoples Credit Union as lead sponsor, this Saturday, Sept. 17. The … more
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