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House of the Week: Luxury, space in Rumstick estate

House of the Week: Luxury, space in Rumstick estate

Elegance, attention to detail, and lots and lots of space highlight this Rumstick Point estate in Barrington. Built in 1994 and designed by renowned local architect Gregory Snider, the home at 294 Rumstick Road was built with room for an expanding family in mind. It has 5 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms within 9,000 square feet

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Trustees’ new app guides outdoor adventures

Looking for a good place for a woods walk, picnic or exploration? The Trustees have an app for that. The Trustees of Reservations, whose South Coast headquarters is at Westport Town Farm, have released their ‘Go Trustees’ app available for free download on iPhone or Android smartphone. “With this interactive app, planning and sharing your


East Bay’s Most Wanted

Police in towns throughout the East Bay are searching for suspects in several unsolved crimes and have listed their crimes on Take a look at the gallery and descriptions below, and contact the listed police department if you have any information: Jewelery theft from Barrington Books The Barrington Police Department is searching for a

3 Freeborn Road, Bristol

Open houses planned around East Bay

Whether you’re looking to sell your home, buy a new home or just see what’s out there, open houses are a great place to start. The following open houses are scheduled around the East Bay this weekend: Barrington 189 Narragansett Ave. — Sunday, Dec. 14, 12-1:30 p.m. Colonial, 3, 2.5, $429,000. Residential Properties, Barbara Stamp,

Rev. Leonard M. Mullaney, age 78, of Fall River, passed away suddenly from cardiac arrest on Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014, at the Catholic Memorial Home in Fall River. Father Mullaney is a native of Fall River and son of the late Joseph E. Mullaney and the late retired Judge Beatrice Hancock Mullaney. An alumnus of

Town equipment scours out a roadway to the Knubble earlier this year. Now a state grant will help rebuild that 500-plus foot stretch.

State awards grant to rebuild Beach Avenue dunes

The state sent word to Westport last week that money has been approved to rebuild dunes along the outer end of Beach Avenue. Phil Weinberg, regional director of Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection’s Southeast Regional office, said that a grant of $120,569 has been allocated for “Knubble Dune Restoration.” The money is meant to enable

1 Benjamin Tripp Road, Westport, Mass.

Off the Market: Homes sold around East Bay

The following homes have changed hands recently around the East Bay: Barrington 10 Manning Drive — $283,500 East Providence 72 Boyd Ave. — $600,000 2720 Pawtucket Ave. — $144,000 32-34 Woodward Ave. — $90,000 35 Boyden Blvd. — $145,000 138 Ivy St. — $147,000 29 Planet Ave. — $240,000 53 Temple Drive — $185,000 94

Michael P. Kitchen, 54, Westport

Michael P. Kitchen, 54, of Westport, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, Dec. 7, 2014, at Charlton Memorial Hospital. He was the son of the late Thomas E. and Virginia A. (Messier) Kitchen. Mr. Kitchen was born in Fall River and had resided in Westport for most of his life. He was a commercial fisherman out

Senior co-captain Brittany Arruda in action last season.

Veteran talent to lead Wildcats girls basketball

His team lost key talent at the end of last season but that hasn’t deterred Coach Glenn Lincoln from handing his Westport girls basketball team some lofty goals going in. “Our goals for the season are to win the league championship, make it to the states, win the South Sectional and finally the states,” the