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7 Maple Road, Warren, sold recently for $595,000. Photos credit

Off the Market: Homes sold in the East Bay

Off the Market: Homes sold in the East Bay

The following homes changed hands recently around the East Bay: Barrington 29 Glen Ave. — $1,050,000 16 Blanding Ave. — $319,900 23 Church St. — $220,000 2 Greenwood Ave. — $240,000 10 Glenfield Road — $723,000 7 Ormand Drive — $280,000 25 Fairway Drive — $398,000 6 Glenfield Road — $355,000 130 Ferry Lane —

File photo of a previous search near Mt. Hope Bridge.

Search continues for woman who jumped from Mt. Hope Bridge

PORTSMOUTH/BRISTOL — An ongoing search of Mt. Hope Bay has still not turned up anything after a woman jumped from the top of the Mt. Hope Bridge Tuesday night. “There was a confirmed jump,” Portsmouth Deputy Fire Chief Michael O’Brien said Thursday. The Portsmouth Fire Department was notified that a 44-year-old woman jumped from the


Barrington sports roundup: Girls lose 3-2

The Barrington High School girls’ soccer team dropped a tough, 3-2, decision to Portsmouth High School on Wednesday, Sept. 17, but bounced back with a 2-0 win over Bay View on Monday night, Sept. 22. Barrington’s Caroline Larisa and Paige Hughes both scored in the Eagles’ home loss to Portsmouth. Barrington will travel to Mt.

Barbara E. Mills, 73, Tiverton

Barbara E. Mills of Tiverton, R.I., died unexpectedly on Sunday, Sept. 21. She was the wife of John Mills, mother to Melissa (Mills) Dumont and Michael Mills. Barbara was born and raised in Mountain Lakes, N.J. She worked as an English teacher in the Lexington Public Schools, Mass., where she lived and raised her family.

A gathering listens to Cindy Killavey recite poems as she portrays a friend of Mrs. Astors.  Photo by Richard W. Dionne Jr.

History comes to life in Portsmouth

PORTSMOUTH — Some figures from Glen Farm’s past sprung to life during the debut of Heritage Day Saturday. The Portsmouth Community Theater, Portsmouth Historical Society and Preserve Portsmouth teamed up to organize the the family-friendly event, which was envisioned as a fun way to raise awareness of the special areas in town as well as the

Portsmouth has rejected a proposal to start charging local residents a fee to use Sandy Point Beach.

Portsmouth rejects beach fee for residents

PORTSMOUTH — Local residents won’t have to pay a fee to access Sandy Point Beach, but they will pay more for the cost of keeping a mooring. The Town Council Monday night voted on several recommendations presented by the New Revenue Group, a panel led by Town Administrator John Klimm that has been studying ways

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