Common Fence Point shared a video of the hall transformation on Saturday. View the video and what the future hall will look like here.
Milk & Honey, a cheese, charcuterie, and specialty foods shop, recently moved from Tiverton to Portsmouth.
Meet Sammi, a domestic shorthair cat, who is currently available for adoption at the Potter League for Animals.
A cyberstalking charge topped Portsmouth police reports on March 21. Featured below are the reports provided by the Portsmouth Police Department.
Karen Francis Kazin of Portsmouth, RI died peacefully in Middletown on Wednesday, March 20th after a long courageous battle with a degenerative disease.
An Island Park business is seeking seasonal help. Interviews happen this Saturday, March 23. Find out more here.
Mark your calendar! Ben & Jerry's Free Cone Day is coming! Find out more information here.
Robert L. Tingley, 72, of Portsmouth, Rhode Island, passed away on March 17, 2019, at Miriam Hospital in Providence.
Portsmouth’s first female deputy police chief, Maryanne D. Perry, will retire in April, according to town documents.
The inaugural Aquidneck 10K will be run this Sunday, March 24. Online registration ends Thursday. Find out more information here.
Alicia Mary “Cheeks” Correia, 32, of Portsmouth, Rhode Island, passed away on March 13, 2019 in Providence, RI.
This newly constructed colonial currently listed for sale sits in the desirable Bristol Ferry Landing neighborhood. Learn more about our House of the Week here.
Ragged Island Brewing Co. released sketches of its future brewery on Wednesday. View the images here.
Participating restaurants and markets across the state will offer specials featuring Rhode Island's favorite clam for the 4th annual Rhode Island Quahog Week. Find out more information here.
A couple Portsmouth businesses seek signage exceeding town limits, while one developer seeks to build a new retail complex on East Main Road.
The Portsmouth Police responded to 13 vehicle-related calls over the St. Patrick’s Day weekend, March 16-18. This resulted in five driving under the influence (DUI) arrests.