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Revolution Wind farm plan moves ahead

Even as the Mayflower Wind project faces concern here over the routing of its electric cables up the Sakonnet River, a second project that could have a greater visual impact on the coast from …
Gallery: Portsmouth, Tiverton cross country teams
TIVERTON — Teams from LaSalle Academy were the winners of both the boys’ and girls’ Metropolitan Division cross country meet … Read More
Portsmouth Police officer arrested after reported fight with fellow cop
PORTSMOUTH — A seven-year veteran of the Portsmouth Police Department was arrested after allegedly striking another off-duty cop at … Read More
Portsmouth: Protecting shoreline access during climate change
PORTSMOUTH — At Gull Cove Tuesday morning, Wenley Ferguson, director of habitat restoration for Save The Bay, held up a large … Read More
Portsmouth man charged with breaking into vehicles
PORTSMOUTH — A 34-year-old Portsmouth was arrested Sept. 21 after being tied to several car breaks in the local area, according to … Read More
Portsmouth firefighters save man who fell from boat
PORTSMOUTH — Two swimmers from the Portsmouth Fire Department rescued a man who spent about 20 minutes in the water after falling … Read More
Portsmouth: More than 120 turn out to ‘Walk the Battlefield’
With Heritage Park serving as a virtual map of Portsmouth during the Revolutionary War, more than 120 visitors came out Saturday to … Read More
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Portsmouth High volleyball team falls to Townies, 3-2 (photos)

PORTSMOUTH — The Patriots’ varsity girls’ volleyball team lost a non-conference match against East Providence on the road Friday night, 3-2. The Patriots are now in fourth …

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