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A young cat looks none too thrilled about the situation.

Cats keep appointments with ‘Spay Waggin’

Cats keep appointments with ‘Spay Waggin’

Twenty-one cats, and one pit bull, won’t go forth and multiply thanks to a recent Westport visit by the Animal Rescue League of Boston’s Spay Waggin. The pets, not all with tails wagging, arrived at the Westport Fire Station for their spay/neuter date with veterinarian Dr. Kyle Quigley on Thursday, Oct. 16. “It was a

Sea Meadow Court was the scene of an auto accident that killed a pedestrian Oct. 19.

Portsmouth will make safety upgrades in Sea Meadow Farms

PORTSMOUTH — In the wake of a tragic auto accident that took the life of an elderly pedestrian Oct. 19, the town has agreed to work to improve safety conditions for both pedestrians and drivers in the Sea Meadow Farms neighborhood. Marilyn Oglo, 83, was killed while walking on Sea Meadow Court after being struck by

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Barrington called for closer look at NECAP scores

Results from the recent round of NECAP Science assessments are being reviewed by the test publisher after officials from Barrington public schools and a few other districts raised some specific concerns. The assessments were administered to students across five New England states last spring and results were shared with district officials in mid-September. Shortly after

A water authority executive says repair work is needed on a water main that runs under the Barrington River Bridge.

Barrington River Bridge needs more work

Construction of the bridge that ran years past its initial deadline and millions of dollars over budget also appears to have failed to include the proper installation of a water main. According to Bristol County Water Authority Executive Director Pamela Marchand, the contractor for the Barrington River Bridge project failed to correctly install a flexible

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