Physical Huskies out last Mt. Pleasant, 26-20

BRISTOL — Quarterback Matt DeFelice led the Huskies by rushing for two touchdowns and throwing for another as the football team won their first league game of the season over Mt. Pleasant, 26-20, …
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Portsmouth has coastal cleanups on Sept. 23 and 30

PORTSMOUTH — The 32nd annual International Coastal Cleanup may have taken place in most communities on Saturday, Sept. 16, but volunteers will be scouring the shoreline for trash in …

Hit the trail with new birding guide

"It was Ken's idea, he's the one who came up with the concept for the book," says Jeff Hall, Senior Director of Advancement at The Audubon Society of Rhode Island. "He contacted birders, walked the …

Portsmouth Historical Society begins new round of renovations

PORTSMOUTH — Things are looking a little brighter at the Portsmouth Historical Society — literally.

Barrington Books to host Barrington authors today

It's an all-Barrington party. On Saturday, Sept. 16, Barrington Books will host a special launch party/book signing for Barrington children's book authors Jamie Michalak and Anika …
Obituaries
Horacio Jose DoRego, 75, of Bristol

Horacio Jose DoRego, 75, of River Street, Bristol, passed away on Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017, at home. He was the husband of Maria Ilda (Cordeiro) DoRego.    Born in Santo Antonio, Alem …

Michael Andras, 93, Westport

Dennis T. Labao, 73, of Bristol

Claire F. Cardin, 93, of Barrington

Trig Tronstad, 70, Westport

Joan Barnowski, 73, Warren

Things to do
Paul Cuffe: Following His Footsteps, 200 years later

Westport and the region will celebrate the remarkable life of Paul Cuffe on Saturday with the opening and tour of an African-American Native-American Heritage Trail, and a day-full of discussion …

Fiddle n Folk Festival set for Sept. 16

Let them eat zucchini bread

Finish for a Guinness Sunday in Warren

Tiverton seniors sew — and reap — big profits

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