With the holidays fast approaching in the calendar, there are many events happening this busy holiday weekend in Portsmouth.
Articles by Sandy McGee
Town Administrator Richard A. Rainer Jr. will propose a change to the Transfer Station sticker price at the next Town Council meeting on Monday, Dec. 12.
“Portsmouth This Week” features a discussion with School Superintendent Ana Riley, Town Administrator Rich Rainer, and Ray Antaya, recycling coordinator.
Newport County YMCA honored a number of community partners, including the Portsmouth Rotary Club, at a special event Tuesday night.
Starting Monday, residents will be able to put their trash and recyclables into marked bins within the Transfer Station’s main building in one stop.
The National Soccer Coaches Association of America announced on Monday the 2016 NSCAA High School Boys and Girls All-America Teams.
Harold “Mac” McCray, 85, of Portsmouth died Thursday, December 1, 2016 at home.
What were you doing during history’s most turbulent events? Learn how oral history projects help us preserve our national histories at this presentation.
Eugene W. Baer III, of Middletown, formerly of Lake Massasecum, NH, passed away on December 5, 2016. He was a member of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church.
The Portsmouth Historical Society recently thanked the Greenvale Vineyard owner and her husband for hosting a fundraiser in October.
Barbara A. Prioli, 80, of Portsmouth, RI and East Falmouth, MA, passed away peacefully on Monday, December 5, 2016 with her family and friends at her side.
Portsmouth High School will hold a Financial Aid Night this week at the high school, 120 Education Lane, Portsmouth, Rhode Island.
The Portsmouth High School varsity football team received a very special welcome home Sunday after winning the Division 1 state championship.
A large crowd gathered outside the Portsmouth Free Public Library Sunday evening to greet Santa Claus and witness the Christmas tree lighting.
Portsmouth football players won the Division 1 Championship, defeating the team from Central High School Sunday afternoon in Cranston.
Portsmouth roads could see light snow on the roadways during the Monday morning commute, according to the National Weather Service.
The following incidents were reported by Portsmouth police this week, including an assault charged and a missing bird feeder.