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Brendan Martin of Little Compton with his 1963 Cadillac ambulance, the runner-up in the special interest class. Mr. Martin is a member of the Portsmouth Fire Department, which uses somewhat more modern rescue vehicles.

Portsmouth car show raises thousands for charity

Portsmouth car show raises thousands for charity

PORTSMOUTH — He may not have won, but many car-lovers who turned out for the 57th annual Newport Motor Car Festival Sunday said Brendan Martin’s green ambulance was their favorite set of wheels overall. The eye-catching 1963 Cadillac ambulance, which Mr. Martin has owned for four years, was the runner-up in the special interest class at

Portsmouth Abbey sailors at the ISSA Team Race Nationals in St. Petersburg Beach, Fla. In the back row (from left) are Michael Madigan '13, Frank Loughran '15, Andrew Sheerin '15, Graham Kilvert '15 (Barrington) and Hugh MacGillivray '14 (Portsmouth). In the front row (from left) are Peter Barlow '13 (Warren), Abby Byrne '14, Bailey Carter ’15 and Derek Poon Tip '15.

Portsmouth Abbey sailing team takes 4th at nationals

PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth Abbey’s sailing team finished fourth at last weekend’s Interscholastic Sailing Association’s (ISSA) Team Race Nationals, held in St. Petersburg Beach, Fla., marking the best finish ever for a Ravens team in any sport. The Abbey sailors competed in 420s over two days against 11 of the top high school teams from around the

The Portsmouth Abbey Ravens with the Mark Trophy after winning the New England Team Racing Championships Sunday. Portsmouth residents are James Lansing (far left, in hat), Hugh MacGillivray (fifth from left, in red shirt) and Sean Morrissey (third from right).

Portsmouth Abbey sailors capture New Englands

PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth Abbey’s sailing team won the New England Schools Sailing Association’s (NESSA) Team Racing Championships over the weekend, bringing home the Fritz Mark Trophy for the first time in the 39-year history of the event. The competition was held at the Hyannis Yacht Club in Massachusetts. The Ravens faced off against teams from seven

The Portsmouth Abbey team celebrates its win Saturday.

Portsmouth Abbey boys win EIL baseball championship

PORTSMOUTH — The No. 3 seeded Portsmouth Abbey varsity baseball team avenged earlier losses this season to No. 2 Bancroft and No. 1 Berwick to win the 2013 Eastern Independent League (EIL) Championship, held at Pingree School in South Hamilton, Mass. on Saturday. The Ravens defeated Bancroft, 13-3, in the semifinal, pounding out 15 hits

Barrington's Graham Kilvert displays his trophy after the recent second-place finish.

Barrington boy sails to second place at championships

Portsmouth Abbey School’s Graham Kilvert sailed his way to a second-place finish in the Radial division of the recently held New England Singlehanded Championships, which took place at the Wickford Yacht Club. Kilvert, a sophomore from Barrington, and the 20 other laser sailors in the Radial division tackled blustery conditions on Narragansett Bay, racing in

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