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A Westport woman lost a beloved emu this week to what she suspects was either a coyote or, less likely, a bear attack. Digger, a 100-pound emu about 20 years old, was dragged from its pen on … more
A celebration of agriculture more than 60 years running kicks off this Friday, when the Westport Fair gets underway at 200 Pine Hill Road. Friday, Oct. 15 * 6 p.m.: Blue Angels car show (rain … more
Following are property sales that were published in the East Bay papers on Oct. 13 and 14 They are presented as (in this order): Address, Buyers, Sellers and Price. Barrington 7 Agawam … more
Following are property sales that were published in the East Bay papers on Oct. 6 and 7. They are presented as (in this order): Address, Buyers, Sellers and Price. Barrington 3 Hunt Dr,  … more
Junior striker Hunter Brodeur scored two goals and added an assist as the Westport soccer team crushed Southeastern RVT, 6-0, on the road last Tuesday afternoon. The win boosted the team’s … more
Some time next week, Chris Leonard and his crew of volunteer helpers will dump the last of this year's quahogs in the Westport River, continuing a propagation program that over the years has kept the … more
Fishing off LU-SEA, Westport resident Chris Darmody won the Back Eddy's 23rd annual striped bass tournament this weekend, entering a combined 25.42 pounds of bass and bluefish during the … more
Ed Aldrich isn't worried so much about himself as the cold weather approaches, but for his two long-time companions and best friends, Sasha and Casey Jones. Sasha is a former rescue bird, a … more
75 students from 10 districts across the state have signed up for the Rhode Island Connections Academy, an all-virtual school program. more
A few snow birds have packed up and left, but dozens of campers and trailers still remain at East Beach, where lot owners have three weeks to remove them. The six-month trailer season, at which … more
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