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80 Schooner Drive, Portsmouth

Off the Market: Homes sold in East Bay

Off the Market: Homes sold in East Bay

The following homes throughout the East Bay changed hands recently: Barrington 9 Chapin Road — $543,000 5 Copper Kettle Lane — $332,000 10 Sylvester St. — $163,000 20 Williams St. — $285,000 3 Clover Lane — $90,000 Hart Lane — $945,000 East Providence 330 Brown St. — $1 14 Harding Ave. — $580,000 9 Oak

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House of the Week: Sits on 32 wooded acres

Rehoboth, Mass., is a rural community with miles of country roads and tree-lined streets, which is also home to me of the area’s most beautiful properties, including the home at 250 County St. The sprawling contemporary yet classic home sits on 32 acres of prime real estate. With more than 7,500 square feet of living

3 Hunt Drive, Barrington

Open houses planned around East Bay this weekend

The following open houses are scheduled throughout the East Bay this weekend: Barrington 2 Deep Meadow Road — Sunday, Oct. 12, 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Colonial, 5, 3.5, $769,000. Residential Properties, Kerri Payne, 401-245-9600. 28 Washington Road — Sunday, Oct. 12, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Raised ranch, 3, 2.5, $319,000. Residential Properties, Maureen

Seabra employee Cesar Calouro packs fresh oranges in the new produce section of the market.

Seabra owner cuts ribbon on ‘neighborhood supermarket’

Aiming to be “Bristol’s neighborhood supermarket,” and incorporating more gourmet options, Seabra Foods on Hope Street held its grand reopening Friday afternoon. The supermarket, which underwent an ownership change but never closed, is still being renovated as the ribbon was cut Friday, along with five other Seabra stores in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. “We decided

Randy Lebeau holds scale model of metal gun range building he proposes to install on Main Road at Haskins Avenue. It will have a green roof, he said. Photo by Tom Killin Dalglish

Tiverton Council okays one indoor gun range, delays another

TIVERTON — Following a 15-minute hearing, the Town Council Monday, Sept. 29 unanimously approved a license for the Tiverton Rod & Gun Club to operate an indoor shooting range on the club’s property at 1529 Fish Road. After an hour and a half more of debate, however, the council postponed until at least its meeting

Blithewold executive director Karen Binder points to the location of the new special events pavilion.

Blithewold’s vision grows with its gardens

It’s been two years since the management of Bristol’s Blithewold Mansion and Gardens solicited input from its board, members and the community-at-large to develop a master plan designed to guide the economic viability and sustainability of the historic Van Wickle home, and the diverse gardens that beautify its 33 waterfront acres. The capital campaign that

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