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Hearing date set for Fisherman’s Wives lawsuit

NEWPORT, U.S. District Court Judge Michael McShane has acted quickly on the lawsuit filed by the Newport Fishermen's Wives lawsuit, which seeks a reversal of the decision by the U.S. Coast Guard to decommission the Newport Air Facility.
McShane has ordered the Coast Guard to

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Passion outweighs setbacks for Riptide

NEWPORT -- It is not always easy to follow your passion, but the local Riptide gymnastics team is doing all they can despite unfortunate circumstances.
A local gymnastics program was started a while ago at the Newport Recreation Center, but it didn't catch on

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Thanksgiving dinner for Newport seniors

The Young Professionals from the Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce once again teamed up with the city of Newport, ABATE and the Girl Scouts to prepare and serve Thanksgiving dinner to seniors at the Newport Senior Activity Center on Sunday. Yo-Pros Doug Chadwick, left, Chris ...more

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'Young Frankenstein' comes alive

NEWPORT -- Dr. Frederick Frankenstein is center stage, dressed in his lab coat, safety goggles and gloves, when he suddenly yells, "It's alive!"
Before that magical moment, as well as after, the younger Frankenstein, played by Justin Atkins in "Young Frankenstein," the new Mel Brooks

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