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Patriots sophomore quarterback John Coyne runs upfield on a keeper during their game against Cranston West on Saturday. Photos by Rich Dionne

Portsmouth loses to physical Falcons, 23-7

Portsmouth loses to physical Falcons, 23-7

PORTSMOUTH — This is one they’ll have to put behind them, fast. The Portsmouth High Patriots varsity football team was outmuscled by Cranston West Saturday in the annual Homecoming game Saturday, 23-7. The game didn’t have any real meaning for Portsmouth, which plays Bishop Hendricken in the Division-1 semifinals Friday night in Warwick, but it

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House of the week: Updated historic home

Warren is known for its all-American Main Street, working waterfront, artist studios, a top-rated theater and one of the country’s oldest pharmacies. It is also known for its historic homes that have made up the fabric of the town that was established in 1747. The colonial-style home at 19 Elm St. is a perfect example

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East Bay’s Most Wanted: Cold cases

Convenience store robbery The East Providence Police Department is searching for a suspect wanted for armed robbery of the J-Mart convenience store at 332 Bullocks Point Ave, East Providence, last December. The suspect entered the store just after noon on Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013, approached the counter and demanded that the clerk open the register and take

Constance L. Harding, who lost a seat on the Town Council by 46 votes on election night, has requested a recount.

Another Portsmouth candidate requests recount

PORTSMOUTH — A second candidate who ran for local office Nov. 4 has requested a recount. Constance L. Harding, an Independent candidate for Town Council who lost a seat on the panel by 46 votes on election night, made the request to Jacqueline S. Schulz, the town’s registrar of voters, shortly before the deadline Wednesday afternoon.

Portsmouth Town Administrator John Klimm at his desk Thursday morning. Mr. Klimm plans on pursuing other job opportunities after his three-year contract with the town expires Jan. 30, 2015. Photo by Jim McGaw.

Portsmouth manager Klimm won’t seek contract extension

PORTSMOUTH — Only three years after he was hired to be Portsmouth’s town administrator, John Klimm today said he will not seek an extension of his contract, which expires Jan. 30, 2015. Mr. Klimm, a former Barnstable, Mass. town manager who was hired by the Town of Portsmouth in January 2012, said he loves the

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Off the Market: Tiverton land among properties sold

The following properties in the East Bay changed hands recently, including a 177-acre waterfront tract of open land on Fish Road in Tiverton that sold for more than $1 million to Tiverton Heights LP: Barrington 4 Burr Ave. — $255,000 10 Walnut Road — $407,000 6 Rosedale Ave. — $234,000 Bristol 50 Everett Ave. —

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