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p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 24.0px Palatino} Monday, April 23 An injured pet bird was discovered on Metacom Avenue and returned to its owner. A caller from Everett Street … more
PORTSMOUTH — Undefeated Prout showed why they’re the class of Division II girls’ lacrosse when they defeated Portsmouth High Monday night, 14-8. more
Sen. Cynthia A. Coyne is proposing legislation that would allow seniors to put their time and skills to good use helping their cities and towns, while reducing their property taxes. The … more
The construction of a new Barrington Middle School recently entered its 12th week. Workers have started installing the CMU, or concrete masonry unit, as well as the sanitary system. Crews are also … more
The Barrington High School Science Olympiad team won its eighth consecutive state championship recently. Competing against teams from across the state, Barrington High School students medaled in … more
The Olivia Deaton Foundation will hold a fund-raising walk at Colt State Park in Bristol on Saturday, May 12. The event, titled "A Walk To Be Heard," will raise money for suicide … more
The Hampden Meadows School Tough Tiger is offering more obstacles this year. The local adventure race covers a 2-mile course, which starts at the school, loops through the nearby neighborhood, the … more
PORTSMOUTH — Play ball! It was a festive scene as Portsmouth Little League celebrated Open Day at Glen Park Saturday morning. more
The Barrington High School Music Department will premier two works at its "Spring Concert" on Tuesday, May 1, at 7:30 p.m. The event will also feature other works by local composers in a concert of … more
Barrington historian Van Edwards will present new research on the rise and decline of Barrington’s historic town center, the area immediately north of the current White Church, at a special … more
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