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Search on for missing boy in Portsmouth waters

Search on for missing boy in Portsmouth waters

Above: Rescue workers search the waters of Bluebell Cove off Route 24 northbound. Photo by Jim McGaw. PORTSMOUTH — Dive teams and rescue workers from Portsmouth, Tiverton and elsewhere are actively searching the waters of Bluebell Cove in search of a missing teenage boy, according to multiple reports. Dive teams were seen in small crafts in

And the district winners are — front row from left, Sam Bettencourt, Grace Plourde; back row, Charlotte Jones, Gabby Piscani, Paige Klusak, Quinn Morgan, Natalie Johnson, Deliah Peroni, Sam Gacioch, Hannah Rapoza,  Mackenzie Oliveira, Asst, Coach Pam Jones, Coach Mike Plourde, and Asst. Coach Jeff Oliveira,

Tiverton girls softball wins district title again

TIVERTON — The Tiverton Little League Girls Softball All Stars have won the 9-10-year-old Rhode Island District 2 championship for the second consecutive year. The team also managed to be the only undefeated team in this bracket. Tiverton its victory and accepted the championship banner after defeating Newport on their home turf at Town Farm.

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Buzzards Bay Watershed Ride is Oct. 4 

Sign up has begin for the ninth annual Buzzards Bay Watershed Ride on Sunday, Oct. 4. Visit the Buzzards Bay Coalition website to join the ride — More than 150 cyclists participate in the Watershed Ride each year, pedaling across the beautiful Buzzards Bay region to protect clean water. Avid cyclists and more casual


Forever Young at Sandywoods

This is not your average cover band or tribute band. Forever Young consists of Rhode Island’s most prolific and best known songwriters, and they combine superb musicianship, great arrangements and a well-chosen set list of hits and rarities in finely saluting one of rock’s legends. WHERE: Sandywoods, 43 Muse Way, Tiverton WHEN: Friday, July 31;

St. Michael’s Country Day students, among them Tiverton’s Owen Caron, join Governor Gina Raymond on state insect signing day. Owen was one of two student keynote speakers.

Tiverton youngster and classmates boost lowly burying beetle

With lobbying assistance from a young Tiverton resident and friends, the American burying beetle has gained official ‘state insect’ status. Gov. Gina Raymond sign a bill into law last week designating the endangered beetle as Rhode Island’s state insect. Alongside her for the occasion were (former) third graders at St. Michael’s Country Day School in

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