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Four Portsmouth organizations win Champlin grants

PORTSMOUTH — The Champlin Foundation has awarded more than $170,000 in capital funding to four nonprofit organizations in Portsmouth.
Prudence Island man charged with B&E, felony assault
PORTSMOUTH — A 57-year-old Prudence Island man was arrested last week and charged with breaking into a home and assaulting two … Read More
Portsmouth blanks Middletown in Thanksgiving game
PORTSMOUTH — In a matchup of two Super Bowl finalists, the Portsmouth Patriots proved to be the superior team with a 20-0 shutout … Read More
New food pantry director takes the lead in a time of need
As a longtime volunteer at the East Bay Food Pantry, Emily Mushen knew the organization well, so when the prior director decided to … Read More
Study for Mt. Hope Bridge suicide barrier approved
Suicide prevention advocates say that progress is not happening fast enough on a measure to prevent suicides from Rhode Island's … Read More
Portsmouth Abbey girls lose to Cushing Academy in finals
PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth Abbey’s girls’ volleyball team’s fine season came to an end on Sunday, when it was defeated 3-1 by … Read More
Portsmouth loses Super Bowl in last-minute heartbreaker
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Patriots played 47 minutes and 12 seconds of near-flawless, shutout defense during their bid for a … Read More
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Ravens crush Beaver Country Day 3-0 in New England tourney 

The Portsmouth Abbey volleyball team crushed Beaver Country Day 3-0 (25-13, 25-11, 25-8) in a home quarterfinals match during the New England tournament. The Ravens placed second in the Eastern …

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