Joseph A. Werner, 71, of Portsmouth passed away Saturday, February 4, 2017 at Newport Hospital. He was the beloved husband of Beverly (Jordan) Werner.
Articles by Sandy McGee
A Portsmouth High School student has won an art and writing contest sponsored by the Aquidneck Land Trust, announced the high school Tuesday.
Can’t make the rally in Boston Tuesday morning? You can still congratulate the New England Patriots at a rally in Providence later today, Tuesday, Feb. 7.
The Portsmouth Town Council will hear a presentation about the town’s pension system at the next council meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 7.
Meet “Sadie,” our adoptable cat of the week. Sadie, a white and tan Persian mix, is currently available for adoption at the Potter League for Animals.
The town of Portsmouth recently announced two requests for proposals (RFP’s) seeking services for spring paving and construction of the new police station.
Looking for a new job or a better one? Here’s a list of local Portsmouth businesses hiring for new jobs posted this week.
Clements’ Marketplace, a family owned and operated market, recently donated nearly 10 pallets of food to the Rhode Island Food Bank.
Portsmouth police arrested 2 drivers on driving under the influence (DUI) charges this week following different traffic stops.
Thurston L. Gray, Sr., 80, of Mail Coach Road, Portsmouth, passed away on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017 at Newport Hospital after a courageous battle with cancer.
With Super Bowl parties in full swing this weekend, Col. Ann C. Assumpico, superintendent of State Police, reminds everyone to celebrate responsibly.
The Portsmouth Historical Society recently thanked donors, who helped restore the oldest one-room schoolhouse in Rhode Island.
Hathaway Elementary School celebrated its 100th day of the school year Thursday in a unique way with a special visit by “100-year-olds.”
The Democratic Town Committee passed a resolution, which denounces President Trump’s agenda and urges R.I. congressional delegation to fight it.
Garman Farm is offering a way for Aquidneck Island residents to help save a local tree farm as part of its Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program.
Dance the night away dressed in red this Friday at a special event being held to raise funds for the American Heart Association.
A “cooking mishap” caused a kitchen fire at a house on Hargraves Drive Wednesday afternoon, according to the Portsmouth Fire Department.