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Westport girls run over Cape Cod Academy, 79-49, play again Monday

Westport eighth grade guard Korynne Holden scored 21 points and the starters combined for 66 points as the Wildcats ran over Cape Cod Academy 79-49 in a South Division 4 home playoff game on Thursday night. The Wildcats move on to play Holbrook at home on Monday night at 6:30 p.m.
Barrington officials weigh in on Coronavirus impact, response
The flu hit Barrington schools hard this year. During the school committee meeting on Thursday, Feb. 27, Barrington superintendent … Read More
Bristol Police: Two repeat offenders jailed after domestic violence arrests
Two separate men were sent to the ACI after being arrested as repeat offenders who were on parole for previous domestic … Read More
In Warren, Blount Fine Foods eyes $10 million upgrade
Blount Fine Foods plans to spend more than $10 million this year upgrading its Water Street plant. Armed with up to $1 million in … Read More
Three Sakonnet sites saved with state bond money
Properties in Little Compton, Tiverton and Portsmouth are among those to be protected with money approved by voters in a 2016 Green … Read More
Barrington schools requesting $2 million budget increase
Three weeks ago, Barrington School Department officials requested a 6.3 percent increase to their operating budget.  On Thursday … Read More
With debt paid off, Portsmouth Dog Park group looks ahead
PORTSMOUTH — Although the debt on the Portsmouth Dog Park has finally been paid off, members of the committee that spearheaded the … Read More
East Bay Social
Robert D. "Rock" McAdam, 63, Warren Robert D. McAdam, 63, of Warren, died unexpectedly on Wednesday, February 26, 2020 at home. He was born in Needham, MA., a son of the late Harold and Geraldine (Charves) …
Joseph Eduardo Raposa, 67, of Bristol Joseph Eduardo Raposa, 67, passed away on Feb. 25, 2020, at home. Born in Rabo de Peixe, St. Michael, Azores, he was the son of the late Antonio Ferreira Raposa and Virginia (Macedo) Raposa. He is …
EPHS rallies late to fend off Central in boys’ hoops playoff opener EAST PROVIDENCE — Trailing from the jump throughout most of the second half to its upset-minded guests from Central, the fifth-seeded and host East Providence High School boys’ basketball …
Townies host Knights in boys' hoops playoff opener tonight EAST PROVIDENCE — Fifth-seeded East Providence High School opens the 2020 Division I boys’ basketball championship tournament Friday night, Feb. 28, with a home contest against visiting …
Local company announces agreement to buy Metacomet Country Club EAST PROVIDENCE — A week after notifying members of its plans to sell, the owners of Metacomet Country Club have indeed sold the 119-year-old golf course to a company with city ties, Marshall …
Letter: Thanks to all for supporting Portsmouth Dog Park To the editor: As chair of the all-volunteer Portsmouth Dog Park Committee, I have had the privilege of watching this new dog park come to life. There is something very special that happens here …
Letter: Assessor at the center of assessment woes To the editor: Kudos to Councilmen Brier and Boyajian for breaking the silence. At its last meeting, the council finally allowed an open discussion of the gross inequities in our tax assessments. …
Letter: Assessment issue raises many concerns To the editor: To me, if the items reported in the Feb. 19 article in the Times regarding the town council pushing for annual assessments are true, we have the perfect outline for a Monty Python …
Legal Notices
Bristol Legal Notices – Feb. 27, 2020 These Legal Notices were published in the Feb. 27 edition of the Bristol Phoenix.
East Providence Legal Notices – Feb. 27, 2020 These Legal Notices were published in the Feb. 27 edition of the East Providence Post.

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