More than 100 Portsmouth businesses will take part in Small Business Saturday on Nov. 24.
From Portsmouth Press, we wish you all a happy and healthy Thanksgiving!
Free Thanksgiving dinners are available around Portsmouth this Thanksgiving on Thursday, Nov. 22.
Pie-eating contests, pigs, cow chip bingo and more! The Eastern Rhode Island 4-H Country Fair returns this weekend to Portsmouth.
Meet Murphy, our adoptable dog of the week. Murphy, a boxer mix, is currently available for adoption at the Potter League for Animals.
Find out where and when to celebrate the Fourth of July near Portsmouth with the following complete local fireworks schedule.
Bristol’s Fourth of July Parade takes place this Wednesday, July 4. Find out everything you need to know about this parade happening right across Mt. Hope Bridge.
Portsmouth Police posted the following Monday, reminding residents about the difference between legal and illegal fireworks.
Domestic vandalism charges topped Portsmouth police reports on June 30. Featured below are the reports provided by the Portsmouth Police Department.
Looking for a summer job or new career entirely? The following organizations, including the Portsmouth School District and The Hinckley Co., are hiring for the following jobs.
The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) urges all Rhode Islanders to protect themselves against the elevated heat indexes forecasted for the coming week with a few simple health precautions.
Driving under the influence (DUI) charges topped Portsmouth police reports from June 27-30. Featured below are the reports provided by the Portsmouth Police Department.
The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) and the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) are advising people to avoid contact with Almy Pond in Newport and Melville Ponds in Portsmouth due to blue-green algae (or cyanobacteria) bloom in the ponds.
Meet Neko, a Siamese cat, who is currently available for adoption at the Potter League for Animals. Find out more about this cat with unique eyes below.
Donald Anthony McCarthy, Jr. of Portsmouth passed away peacefully on Wednesday, June 27th after a valiant year-long struggle with cancer.
As of the Wednesday deadline, the following Portsmouth residents filed a declaration of candidacy to run for state or local office in 2018.
The following list was updated from a previous posting. View the complete list of local residents declaring candidacy for office below.