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Volvo Ocean Race officials have now revealed that one fisherman was killed and nine others rescued after their fishing boat was involved in a collision with Vestas 11th Hour Racing early Saturday … more
PORTSMOUTH — Residents will have only a few days to purchase the new orange pay-as-you-throw (PAYT) bags before the new program goes into effect at the transfer station Feb. 1. During … more
PORTSMOUTH — They came to hear a story, and residents of Atria Aquidneck Place heard a whopper when John Vitkevich took the floor. It was all part of the assisted living … more
PORTSMOUTH — Young sharpshooters, take notice: The Knights of Columbus Father Christopher S. Rooney Council, No. 3618, is sponsoring its annual free throw contest at 10 a.m. on Saturday, … more
PORTSMOUTH — The pins told the story. Stuck onto a street map of Portsmouth displayed at Town Hall Tuesday night, a cluster of them showed where the biggest concentration of coyote … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School boys’ varsity indoor track team had a good day at the Providence Career & Technical Academy, sweeping its dual meet against Rogers and … more
BRISTOL — Several robotics teams from our area made their mark at the 2018 Rhode Island FIRST LEGO League championships at Roger Williams University on Saturday. This year’s theme … more
PORTSMOUTH/BRISTOL — Just a few days before being slated to compete in Saturday’s FIRST LEGO League state championships at Roger Williams University, one team warmed up by pitching … more
Two classrooms at the Hugh Cole School are closed through at least the end of the week, after workers dealing with burst water pipes discovered asbestos tiles in the music room and under the gym … more
PORTSMOUTH — The 2018 vehicle stickers for the Hedly Street transfer station are now on sale to Portsmouth residents. Stickers are available for sale at the Tax Collector’s office … more
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