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Search on for missing boy in Portsmouth waters

Search on for missing boy in Portsmouth waters

Above: Rescue workers search the waters of Bluebell Cove off Route 24 northbound. Photo by Jim McGaw. PORTSMOUTH — Dive teams and rescue workers from Portsmouth, Tiverton and elsewhere are actively searching the waters of Bluebell Cove in search of a missing teenage boy, according to multiple reports. Dive teams were seen in small crafts in

Firefighter Andrew Jones dishes some greens as Gordon Silva, director of culinary services at Atria Aquidneck Place, looks on. Photo by Richard W. Dionne Jr.

Kitchen throwdown in Portsmouth

Above: Firefighter Andrew Jones dishes some greens as Gordon Silva, director of culinary services at Atria Aquidneck Place, looks on. Photo by Richard W. Dionne Jr. PORTSMOUTH — It was a culinary challenge at Atria Aquidneck Place last week. In this corner we have Gordon Silvia, director of culinary services at Atria. In the other corner is

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Man charged after urinating in bush in Portsmouth

PORTSMOUTH — Here are some highlights from the Portsmouth police report from over the past week: Saturday, July 25 Katherine L. Benevides, 20, of 40 Coggeshall Ave., Bristol, was charged at 1:07 a.m. on a bench warrant issued by Second District Court. Police made the arrest after stopping Ms. Benavides’ car on Turnpike Avenue because she

Hannah Seiben, 14 (foreground), and Gabby Telford, 16, put a coat of paint on a wall in the basement of the Common Fence Point Improvement Association Hall on Friday. The organization is transforming the basement into a youth center. Photo by Jim McGaw.

Volunteers establishing youth center in Portsmouth

Above: Hannah Seiben, 14 (foreground), and Gabby Telford, 16, put a coat of paint on a wall in the basement of the Common Fence Point Improvement Association Hall on Friday. The organization is transforming the basement into a youth center. Photo by Jim McGaw. PORTSMOUTH — A cleanup and coat of white paint has done wonders for

New Town Administrator Richard Rainer checks his e-mail in his office at Town Hall last week.

Portsmouth’s new manager says he has vested interest in job

Above: New Town Administrator Richard Rainer checks his e-mail in his office at Town Hall last week. PORTSMOUTH — As a longtime executive in the U.S. Naval Forces, Richard Rainer has called many different places home over the previous three decades. “I think this is our 18th move in 30 years,” he said of relocating to

An inspector atop the wind turbine at Portsmouth High School in May 2014.

Portsmouth council notes: Turbine talk, more

Above: An inspector atop the wind turbine at Portsmouth High School in May 2014. PORTSMOUTH — Before the public portion of Monday’s Town Council meeting began, members met in executive session to discuss the broken wind turbine at the high school. Voters approved building the turbine with a $3 million bond issue in 2007. The windmill

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