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Video: A dozen fireworks displays from one tiny beach

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

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

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Misconducted vessel

A boat that was moored near Walker’s Cove off Ferry Road broke from its mooring during a storm Tuesday afternoon. The boat drifted toward land during high tide, coming to rest on a rock, where it remained during low tide Wednesday morning. The vessel’s name? “Miss Conduct.” Photo by Jay Calvert

Anglers pose with their catch at the VFW Post 5390 in Portsmouth Sunday following the Stars and Stripers Tournament.

Portsmouth fishing tournament benefits vets

Above: Anglers pose with their catch at the VFW Post 5390 in Portsmouth Sunday following the Stars and Stripers Tournament. PORTSMOUTH — Anglers took to the waters this weekend for a good cause: feeding homeless veterans. The seventh annual Stars and Stripers Fishing Tournament kicked off Friday at noon and everyone’s weighed catch was donated to

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Boater safety runs deep in Bristol Harbor

A flotilla of search and rescue watercraft from 10 municipalities and the U.S. Coast Guard converged on Bristol Harbor on Thursday, May 21, in an exercise to prepare first responders for potential rescue calls as the summer boating season gets underway. The Narragansett Bay Marine Task Force and the Rhode Island Fire Chiefs Association conducted

Mt. Hope students Rhys Webb (left), Tori Nunez, Sam Collins and Annelise Boylan prepare to plant switch grass along the school parking lot to help slow and filter storm water runoff into Silver Creek.

Mt. Hope, Save the Bay project to curb flooding, pollution

Above: Mt. Hope students Rhys Webb (left), Tori Nunez, Sam Collins and Annelise Boylan prepare to plant switch grass along the school parking lot to help slow and filter storm water runoff into Silver Creek. A partnership between Mt. Hope High School and Save the Bay is helping curb pollution and control flooding, while giving students

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