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File photo of the track and turf field at Portsmouth High School. The track’s lanes have since been striped.

Portsmouth/RWU athletics pact moves forward

Portsmouth/RWU athletics pact moves forward

PORTSMOUTH — The School Committee Monday night agreed to move ahead with a deal that members say will benefit athletes at both Portsmouth High School and Roger Williams University (RWU). PHS wants a new practice facility for its swim team, while RWU needs a NCAA-grade track and field complex. Monday night, the committee voted 6-1

123 Leonard Drive, Tiverton

House of the Week: Waterfront luxury in Tiverton

With a deep-water dock, two boat moorings and a private beach, this Tiverton home is the perfect summer retreat. In the Nananquaket section of Tiverton, the home at 123 Leonard Drive boasts 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms within nearly 5,000 square feet of living space. There are three bedrooms in the first-floor wing, with custom cabinets

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Stone Church opens eighth season with Beatles, PPM tributes

Bristol’s Stone Church Coffee House at the First Congregational Church opens its eighth  season with a tribute evening to two of the most influential groups of the pop era: The Beatles and Peter, Paul and Mary. WHERE: Stone Church Coffee House, First Congregational Church, 300 High St., Bristol WHEN: Saturday, Sept. 27, doors open at

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Bristol cops mix drugs and guns in ‘take back’ day

The Bristol Police Department will host two “take back” programs on Saturday, Sept. 27, collecting drugs and guns. As in the past, the Bristol PD will partner with the Drug Enforcement Agency in the DEA’s National Pharmaceutical Take Back Day. The Bristol Police Department headquarters on Metacom Avenue has been designated as a drop-off location.

Huskies sophomore Forward Michaela Goglia heads a ball with Eagles Freshman defender Isabella Ceseretti draped over her back during their match on Friday evening. Photos by Rich Dionne

Girls soccer: Huskies and Eagles duel to a tie

Barrington High School rallied late in the game and scored on a free kick to tie Mt. Hope High School, 1-1, in a Division I East girls soccer match-up on Friday evening. The Huskies lead the division with a, 4-3-1, record and Barrington stands in second place with a, 3-3-2, record.

10 Evergreen St., Barrington

Open Houses: 21 planned in region this weekend

Whether you’re looking for your next home, checking out the competition, or just curious about a neighbor’s interior decorating skills, start your search on eastbayri.com with our weekly open house listings. The following homes are open for inspection this weekend around the East Bay: Barrington 3 Collins Court — Sunday, Sept. 28, 11 a.m. –

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Bristol arrest log: DUI, domestic vandalism, underage drinking

The Bristol Police Department made the following arrests last week: Luke A. Latessa, 18, of 108 Kickemuit Ave., Bristol, was charged with possession of narcotics and cited for possession of marijuana on Sept. 15. Eric Troiano, 37, of 64 Constitution St., Bristol, was charged with driving under the influence, reckless driving and driving on a

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