Friday, February 12, 2016
Authors Posts by Jill Rodrigues

Jill Rodrigues

12 POSTS 0 COMMENTS
PORTSMOUTH — Each colorful bead she slips onto a safety pin and strings together into a bracelet brings Brenda Murphy a bit closer to her dream that she and others with spinal cord injury will someday walk again. Jewelry-making is...
Portsmouth Democrats favored newcomers over the two incumbents for Portsmouth School Committee in Tuesday's primary election. Marilyn King and Angela Volpicelli, Democrats who have been school committee members for four years, were voted out, in favor of Emily Copeland, who...
After sitting empty for two years, the former south-end fire station is being transformed. NLB Enterprises is renovating the building on Main Road into office space and an apartment. Home of the original Westport fire station, opened in 1932, the...
PORTSMOUTH — They differed in views on hiring decisions but the five Democratic candidates for school committee hold similar financial positions. The Democrats competing for three slots on the general election ballot for four-year seats on the school committee fielded...
PORTSMOUTH —  Some roads on the northeast end of town have already been paved and this week paving begins in Common Fence Point and a few other roads. Cardi Corp. began paving Lepes Road on Tuesday, then will works its way...
 WESTPORT — Still dark at 5:30 a.m. Saturday, Little Compton fisherman Garry Severa worked his way down South Shore Beach and Goosewing Beach, casting out plugs for striped bass. High tide is coming in as he walks his way down...
WESTPORT — Several vehicles in the north end of town were reportedly broken into overnight on Monday, Aug. 27, and other reports from the Westport Police Department from Sunday, Aug. 26 to Friday, Aug. 31. Sunday, Aug. 26 A vehicle accident...
PORTSMOUTH — As of Tuesday, Aug. 28, Charlotte Akin is living the teenager’s dream — a year in the Vermont-like mountains of the South of France, with palm trees and the Mediterranean a half-hour’s drive away. The Portsmouth High School...
WESTPORT — Work to fix damage done by the spring floods of 2010 requires closing a stretch of Drift Road between Route 88 and Hixbidge Road in Westport starting on Tuesday, Sept. 4. The project involves repairs to the bridge and culvert at the Sam Tripp Brook crossing. The at stone bridge, built in the 1800s, sustained serious structural damage during the record rains of March, 2010. Work is expected to take four to five weeks to complete.
WESTPORT — The kids came home at about 11:30 p.m. and everyone soon went to bed. At night in their secluded spot on the river off Pine Hill Road it's so quiet "you can hear a pin drop," David Simcoe says....
- Advertisement -

STAY CONNECTED

10,864FansLike
235Subscribers+1
187FollowersFollow
3,336FollowersFollow
94SubscribersSubscribe
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -