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Featured home: Portsmouth estate has waterfront privacy

Featured home: Portsmouth estate has waterfront privacy

Indian Avenue is one of the most exclusive addresses in the East Bay, and this spectacular waterfront property offers the utmost privacy on Portsmouth’s Eastern shore, overlooking the Sakonnet River. Enjoy sun-filled open living on one level, with decks on three sides to soak in the beauty of the water and breathtaking views. Built in

7 Surrey Road, Barrington

Open houses planned around East Bay

The following open houses are scheduled in towns throughout the East Bay this weekend: Barrington 127 Narragansett Ave. — Sunday, May 17, 1-3 p.m. 3, 1, $219,900, RE/MAX River’s Edge, Terri Stevens, 401-529-7845. 55 Lamson Road — Sunday, May 17, 1-3 p.m. Ranch, 4, 2, $369,900. Friedman Real Estate Group, 401-864-0269. 9 Lister Drive —

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Bullies move beyond the sandlot: Cyberbullying a growing issue

When Jeffrey Howlett began as dean of students at Kickemuit Middle School 12 years ago, bullying certainly existed and student fights occasionally broke out. But the fights were more easily quelled and the physical bullying could be more easily stopped. But in today’s electronically interconnected — and more anonymous —world, disputes among students tend to

15 Benjamin Tripp Road, Westport, Mass.

Off the Market: Homes sold around East Bay

Above: 15 Benjamin Tripp Road, Westport, Mass. The following properties have sold in recent weeks in towns throughout the East Bay: Barrington 9 Candleberry Road — $300,000 16 Crown Ave. — $130,000 222 Nayatt Road — $450,000 East Providence 94 Frederick St. — $240,000 217 Warren Ave. — $178,000 33 Edward Ave. — $102,000 9

Hope & Main founder Lisa Raiola holds up the incubator's Certificate of Occupancy before the start of the grand opening last autumn.

Hope & Main launches farmers’ market

Hope & Main is booming, and Rhode Island’s first kitchen incubator is about to break more ground. Its’ starting a farmer’s market. The Main Street non-profit received permission from the Warren Town Council last Tuesday to start a 10-date trial run of its new farmer’s market. The market will be open Sundays from 11 a.m.

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Former DEM chief named to Warren commission

The former head of Rhode Island’s Department of Environmental Management is now a member of the Warren Harbor Commission. Jan Reitsma, who moved to Warren from Barrington earlier this year, was unanimously approved by the Warren Town Council Tuesday evening. “You are one of the most qualified applicants we’ve ever had for any position,” councilor

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