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Stolen Sailors' Valentine: 'Bouquet in Scallop Shell'

Police charge two in theft of Sailors’ Valentines

Police charge two in theft of Sailors’ Valentines

Westport Police have arrested two men in the case of the August theft of ‘Sailors’ Valentines’ from Marguerite’s Restaurant and continue to search for the 11 pieces of missing art. Arrested last Thursday afternoon were Tyler Arruda, 22, of 44 DeMarco St., Somerset, and Matthew Cordeiro, 22, of 376 Bay St. Fall River. Both are

Thomas W. Kenworthy has been selected new assistant superintendent for the Portsmouth school district. He expects to start his new job here next month.

Kenworthy appointed Portsmouth assistant superintendent

PORTSMOUTH — Thomas W. Kenworthy, Ed.D., currently principal of North Kingstown High School (NKHS), was unanimously selected by the School Committee Tuesday night to be the Portsmouth school district’s new assistant superintendent. Mr. Kenworthy succeeds Jeffrey Schoonover, who left the district earlier this year to take a superintendent’s position in Somerset. He will be paid a

Freshman striker Marykate McGuire blasts off a shot during the Patriots’ home game Monday night against Lincoln. She had one goal and three assists. Photo by Richard W. Dionne Jr.

Portsmouth girls’ soccer team shuts out Lincoln

PORTSMOUTH — Freshman striker Marykate McGuire had a goal and three assists in the PHS varsity girls’ soccer team’s 4-0 shutout of Lincoln Monday night. The game brought the Division 1 East team’s record to 1-1-1. The other scorers for Portsmouth were Greta Scott, Kelley Coyne and Ally Merrill. Madeline Chamard notched an assist and goalkeeper

The Patriots’ Tristan Krensavage (left) celebrates with teammate Matt Ramos after Ramos scored during their game with Tiverton High School.  Photo by Richard W. Dionne Jr.

Portsmouth dominates Tiverton in Injury Fund game

PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School varsity football team overwhelmed Tiverton, 27-0, in an abbreviated Injury Fund game played in Bristol Thursday night. Mt. Hope High School hosted the two-quarter exhibition games, which also featured teams from Barrington, Bristol, Middletown and Newport. Tiverton, a Division IV team, had its hands full against the Division I Patriots,

3 Rod Way, Tiverton

House of the Week: Beach day every day

Summer may be coming to an end on the calendar, but there’s a good chance beach days will extend into fall this year. You could have a beach day every day at this seaside home in Tiverton The three-bedroom, one-bath home located at 3 Rod Way in the Fogland Beach area has a private backyard with marsh views and beach

The Patriots’ Christian Equigabal-Cimaglia (left) battles a Chariho player for the ball Friday night. All photos by Tim Marshall.

Portsmouth boys’ soccer team wins 1st game on new field

PORTSMOUTH — You couldn’t have asked for a better way to christen Portsmouth High School’s new turf field — or to start the varsity boys’ soccer team’s season. The Patriots beat Chariho, 3-1, in the first competitive match played on the new field Friday night. All of Portsmouth’s goals came in the first half. Luke Tomlinson scored