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Video: A dozen fireworks displays from one tiny beach

PORTSMOUTH — Why settle for one Fourth of July fireworks display? On Saturday night, we counted no fewer than a dozen different displays from a vantage point on a deserted Common Fence Point Beach in the north end of Portsmouth. (Not all 12 can be seen at once in this short video, however.) In the video

Tiverton Glen project goes to key public hearings

TIVERTON — The massive Tiverton Glen project goes to back-to-back separate public hearings in front of the Tiverton Town Council on Tuesday, July 7 at 7 p.m. in the Tiverton High School Auditorium. One hearing, separately noticed, is to consider amendments to the Tiverton Official Comprehensive Plan (Comp Plan) that would allow for a mixed-use

A woman reacts during a search in the water off Barrington Beach late Thursday afternoon and early Thursday evening.
(Photo by Amy Kiley)

Barrington Beach search: DEM, Coast Guard, others looking for missing boater

A widespread search for a missing boater was underway early Thursday evening, July 2, in the water south of Barrington Beach. According to Barrington Fire Chief Gerald Bessette, the department received a phone call at about 5:30 p.m. for “an overdue boater.” A short time later, the Barrington harbormaster, fire department, Rhode Island Department of

Tiverton Glen project goes to key public hearings

TIVERTON — The massive Tiverton Glen project goes to back-to-back separate public hearings in front of the Tiverton Town Council on Tuesday, July 7 at 7 p.m. in the Tiverton High School Auditorium. One hearing, separately noticed, is to consider amendments to the Tiverton Official Comprehensive Plan (Comp Plan) that would allow for a mixed-use

A woman reacts during a search in the water off Barrington Beach late Thursday afternoon and early Thursday evening.
(Photo by Amy Kiley)

Barrington Beach search: DEM, Coast Guard, others looking for missing boater

A widespread search for a missing boater was underway early Thursday evening, July 2, in the water south of Barrington Beach. According to Barrington Fire Chief Gerald Bessette, the department received a phone call at about 5:30 p.m. for “an overdue boater.” A short time later, the Barrington harbormaster, fire department, Rhode Island Department of

Pocasset Elementary School kindergarten teacher Jennifer Goetz works on a lesson last February with a group of half-day kindergarten students.

Tiverton schools okay all-day K

Updated 7/2/15 TIVERTON — At a special meeting last Thursday night, the Tiverton  School Committee voted unanimously to approve all-day kindergarten beginning in September. The decision ends months of suspense during which it was uncertain whether funding existed or could be found to support the program. Savings discovered in special education and transportation announced by Tiverton

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Video: A dozen fireworks displays from one tiny beach

PORTSMOUTH — Why settle for one Fourth of July fireworks display? On Saturday night, we counted no fewer than a dozen different displays from a vantage point on a deserted Common Fence Point Beach in the north end of Portsmouth. (Not all 12 can be seen at once in this short video, however.) In the video

Sports

Barrington's Mitchell Ivatts bolts through the Fairhaven defense for a touchdown last season.

Barrington officials: Football league has ‘never been safer’

Chip Miller cringes when he thinks about Friday Night Tykes. The television program that follows a youth football league in Texas shows coaches who swear in front of their young players, turn a blind eye toward equal playing time, and push a win-at-all-cost approach. It’s a far cry from the youth football Mr. Miller has

Obituaries

Francis E. Carey, 81, Warren

Francis E. “Bud” Carey, 81, of Warren, died Wednesday, July 1, 2015 at Silver Creek Manor in Bristol. He was the husband of Ethel A. (Lessard) Carey; they were married for more than 52 years. Bud was born in Providence, a son of the late William and Anna( Langton) Carey. He was a supervisor for the Rhode Island Department of

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Westport Friends’ Book Fair: A summer tradition for 54 Years

By Laura LaTour/Photos by Kevin Lee On Saturday, July 11, The Westport Friends are hoping to fill their benches, not with their usual worshippers, but with over 25,000 gently-used books for sale.  The Westport Friends’ Book Fair serves as the main fundraising event of the Westport Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)

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Phil Madeira and Brian McKenzie in Tiverton

Phil Madeira (pictured) is a Grammy Award winning multi-instrumentalist, singer songwriter, producer, artist, and author who has spent more than 20 years contributing to the recordings of artists such as The Civil Wars, Amy Grant, Alison Krauss, Vanessa Williams, Keb’ Mo’, Julie Miller, Mark Heard, and Phil Keaggy, among others. Brian McKenzie is an old

A flavorful culinary journey brings enlightenment

DVDinner “The Hundred-Foot Journey” 2014 comedy/drama Rated PG, 2 hours Directed by Lasse Hallstrom By Lynda Rego When a young cook, Hassan Kadam (Manish Dayal) and his family relocate to Europe after leaving their home and restaurant in Mumbai, they don’t know what to expect. And, the patriarch of the family can’t seem to choose

Science Central will operate, as here during a BioBlitz a few years ago in Narragansett, inside a large tent, where specimens collected will be identified and catalogued.

Little Compton to be BioBlitzed on ‘Nature Day’

LITTLE COMPTON — A 24-hour BioBlitz, and conclave of over a dozen conservation and gardening organizations being called Nature Day, will descend upon Veterans Field on the weekend of June 13. The double-header event, expected by its sponsors to draw an estimated 500-600 people from around the area and New England, signals “a powerful next

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