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Evan Criner struck out eight Barrington batters in the Patriots’ shutout win last week.

Portsmouth shuts out Barrington in baseball

Portsmouth shuts out Barrington in baseball

Above: Evan Criner struck out eight Barrington batters in the Patriots’ shutout win last week. PORTSMOUTH — The Patriots’ varsity baseball team had no trouble handling Barrington High School Thursday, shutting out the Eagles 10-0 in the Division I-B matchup on the road. Sam Banks scored three runs on a triple and two singles. Neil Powell had

Jordan Phelan competes in a half-marathon in Jamestown in July 2014, one of three he would complete with five months as part of the UHC Triple Crown.

Portsmouth runner stays ‘Boston Strong’

Above: Jordan Phelan runs in a half-marathon in Jamestown in July 2014, one of three in which he would complete in a five-month span as part of the UHC Triple Crown. PORTSMOUTH — Jordan Phelan has never competed in the Boston Marathon — at 17, he’s too young — but he credits the famed Patriots Day race for reviving his

Liam Bixby and Dan Pantini duel as Westly and Inigo Montoya during a dress rehearsal Tuesday for “The Princess Bride" at Portsmouth High School. Photo by Tim Marshall.

‘Princess Bride’ comes to Portsmouth High School (photos)

PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School Drama Club is presenting “The Princess Bride” at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 9-11, at the PHS Theater. Tickets are $5 at the door. For more information, contact Marianne Raymo at 401/263-9772. View our gallery of photos from the club’s dress rehearsal Tuesday. All photos by

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Portsmouth moves ahead with school truancy court

PORTSMOUTH — If you’re a student who wants to play hooky in Portsmouth, you may soon have to explain your truant ways before a judge. The School Committee Tuesday night voted to move ahead with a plan to establish an in-house truancy court to address absenteeism in the district. The committee will now pursue talks with

Hailey Gablinske (right) with her mom, Leanne, who passed away in December. This photo appears on Hailey’s Facebook page.

Portsmouth student’s event memorializes best friend: Mom

PORTSMOUTH — When Zumba classes started up at the Common Fence Point Improvement Association Hall about two years ago, it was only fitting that Hailey Gablinske and her mom, Leanne, would enroll in the dance fitness classes together. That’s just what they did. “We did a lot together. We were really active in the neighborhood with

Lance Mitchell of Team Brazil spikes the ball en route to his team’s thrilling victory over Team Mexico. Photo by Richard W. Dionne Jr.

At Portsmouth High: ‘Eu sou Brasileiro!’ (gallery)

PORTSMOUTH — It was a back-and-forth thriller, but Team Brazil finally downed Team Mexico, 26-24, in the finals of the 22nd annual International Volleyball Tournament at Portsmouth High School Friday. Students picked their own teams and the countries they represented for the two-day intramural tournament, which is sponsored by the PHS foreign language department. After beating Team

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