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During the blizzard of ’78, dozens of people died across the state, including several in Bristol. With more than two feet of snow and ice covering the town, and lacking modern heavy equipment, … more
Addiction is a terrible disease, not just for those directly suffering, but also for their family members who often share in its effects. Those who are trying to overcome the illness need their … more
St. Alexander’s Church parishioners hope they do justice to the meatballs and sauce this coming Sunday, Sept. 25, when they hold their 66th annual Macaroni Dinner in the church hall. This will be … more
PORTSMOUTH — The annual MAiZE at Escobar’s Farm celebrated Harry Potter Day Saturday, with activities set up both inside and outside the maze. more
Several local companies are joining forces to provide an evening of music, food and fun to benefit The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals which continues its work to rescue … more
From Westport to Wareham, bicyclists of all ages and abilities will pedal for clean water at the 10th anniversary Buzzards Bay Watershed Ride, a road cycling tour of southeastern Massachusetts on … more
We’ve all heard a lot about climate change. But what about the local effects? What’s really going to happen here? What can or should we be doing about it? Is there anything we can do locally to … more
Barrington Yacht Club will host the 38th Annual Bud Humphrey Memorial Race on Sunday, Sept. 25. The race, always among the upper bay’s favorites, is an around-Prudence Island (counterclockwise) … more
Get a glimpse of Bristol’s past and meet some of the more fascinating Bristol residents in the town’s history during an exhibit at First Congregational Church this weekend. The church … more
PORTSMOUTH — Common Fence Music kicks off its 24th season Saturday, Sept. 17, with a performance by “songwriter’s songwriter” Cheryl Wheeler. more
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