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Alex and Ani event benefits Portsmouth Athletic Boosters

Alex and Ani event benefits Portsmouth Athletic Boosters

NEWPORT — The public is invited to attend a Charmed by Charity event tonight, May 14, to benefit the Portsmouth High School Athletic Boosters. The event runs from 6-8 p.m. at Alex and Ani Newport, 1 Bowen’s Wharf, Newport. Fifteen percent of all sales will go directly to the Boosters. Visitors can enjoy light bites and

Portsmouth High School unified basketball team celebrates its Division IV state championship win over Chariho High School Saturday.

Portsmouth unified team wins state championship

PORTSMOUTH — For the key to the Portsmouth Patriots unified basketball team’s state championship win on Saturday, you have to go back to the previous game. “The game that got us to the playoffs was the nail-biter against Warwick Vets on Thursday in Portsmouth,” said Nancy Fitzgerald, one of the team’s coaches. “We ended up going

“Portsmouth’s Got Talent” co-hosts Lucas Nocera (left) and Ben Telford dance between acts Friday night at Portsmouth High School.

Portsmouth shows it’s got talent (with gallery)

PORTSMOUTH — You want jokes? Ben Telford’s got jokes. And if you don’t want to hear ’em, go home. “Leave now, because they’re only going to get worse,” Ben warned the crowd while he co-hosted Friday night’s “Portsmouth’s Got Talent” show presented by the senior class in the high school auditorium. Although Ben’s jokes were older


Portsmouth High marching band plays at McCoy (photos)

PAWTUCKET — The Portsmouth High School marching band made its annual appearance at McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket Saturday night, playing a few tunes during the pre-game show before coming back to perform The National Anthem. Band members stayed to catch most of the game, which the Pawtucket Red Sox lost to Indianapolis, 4-3, despite a ninth-inning

Sam Banks (right) gets a fist-bump from teammate Alexander Kirby after scoring from third on a sacrifice fly by Peter Lowan in the fourth inning against Middletown Friday.

Portsmouth shuts down Middletown, 3-0

PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Patriots varsity baseball team rebounded after a tough 2-1 loss to Barrington on the road yesterday to blank Middletown at home today, 3-0. Starting pitcher Alexander Kirby didn’t allow a run through the full seven innings, and the team found a way to manufacture runs through its small-ball style of play.

Portsmouth High School students (from left) Nicole Pelletier, Liam Bixby and Josh Raymo rehearse a scene for “A Midsummer Night's Dream.”

Letter: PHS Drama Club’s take on The Bard was magical

To the editor: Last night the Portsmouth High School Drama Club finished a three night run of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” directed by Chris Fielding. For eight weeks over 20 students of Portsmouth High studied, rehearsed and embodied the classic Shakespeare play. For the bargain price of $5 the audience was treated to a contemporary