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Off the Market: Homes sold around East Bay

Off the Market: Homes sold around East Bay

The following properties have changed hands in recent weeks in towns across the East Bay: Barrington 24 King Phillip Ave. — $100,000 18 Heritage Road — $552,000 20 Freemont Ave. — $2,300,000 12 Commonwealth Ave. — $283,500 27 Cedar Ave. — $1,250,000 580 Maple Ave. — $314,000 2 Carriage Trail — $243,500 23 South St.

Runners of all ages compete in a Little Compton summer road race. Now there's one in April too — it replaces the former winter road race.

Little Compton Education Foundation Scenic Road Race is April 4

Run or walk one of the prettiest race courses anywhere while helping Little Compton schoolchildren. Signup continues for Saturday’s Little Compton Education Foundation’s 2015 Scenic Road Race — the race replaces the former LCEF Winter Road Race. The 4.8 mile race, scheduled this year for Saturday, April 4, at 10 a.m., starts and finishes at Wilbur

Savannah Mongie, 9, reacts to Marcia Wilson's barred owl. 

Who’s watching whom? Owls big and small entertain at middle school

They hooted at one another, shared wide-eyed stares and posed for countless pictures. Just no touching please. Owls and people, who usually keep different hours and seldom meet face to face, spent quality time together Saturday at the Westport Middle School during three owl shows offered by naturalist/owl experts Marcia and Mark Wilson. During their

WRWA staff, from left, Deborah Weaver, executive director, Gay Gillespie, development director, Steve Connors, community engagement manager, Shelli Costa, education director, Betsy White, advocacy director, and Roberta Carvalho, science director.  Missing from photo, Dachelle London, office administrator. 

Steve Connors joins Watershed Alliance staff

The Westport River Watershed Alliance (WRWA) announces that Steve Connors has joined its staff as community engagement manager. “We’re delighted to bring Steve on board,” said WRWA president Tom Schmitt. “He brings a deep knowledge of the community, a commitment to preserving the environment and a wonderful track record of working with volunteers and staff.”