Keyword: Common Fence Point
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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
PORTSMOUTH — Ronald McDonald was nowhere in sight, but his train touched down in Portsmouth on Monday. The iconic 1950 passenger car served as a dining area for patrons of the … more
PORTSMOUTH — “This is a surprise,” said Aimee Sweeney as she motioned over to a group of local firefighters gathered in front of the Common Fence Point Improvement Association … more
PORTSMOUTH — “I called him the neighborhood pal,” Dianne Koch said of Richard S. Kanauss, who lived across the street from her on Narragansett Boulevard in Common Fence Point … more
PORTSMOUTH — Laissez les bons temps rouler! (Let the good times roll!) To celebrate Fat Tuesday, check out these photos from Saturday night’s Mardi Gras party at the Common Fence … more
PORTSMOUTH — Common Fence Point residents have quickly mobilized efforts to support victims of the three-home fire that took the life of an elderly neighbor Wednesday. more
PORTSMOUTH — A body was found during the search through the remains of one of the homes destroyed by fire early Wednesday morning.   "We did discover a body, but we have no identification yet," Fire … more
PORTSMOUTH — A raging fire fueled by winds off the Sakonnet River destroyed two homes and badly damaged another early Wednesday morning in Common Fence Point.  Three residents who … more
To the editor: The Common Fence Point Improvement Association (CFPIA) received a $118,800 grant from the van Beuren Charitable Foundation (vBCF) to update the façade of the Common Fence … more
You may want to wait until the weather warms up, but once it does you’ll be able to feast on a giant pretzel, Nashville chicken or house-cured pork belly right outside Tremblay’s Island … more
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