Looking for a summer job? The town of Portsmouth is seeking applicants for the following summer employment opportunities.
Ben & Jerry’s ice cream will offer up free scoops of ice cream as part of Free Cone Day this Tuesday, April 4, at participating shops throughout the world.
The following businesses and the Portsmouth school district are looking to hire for the following 4 jobs, including Dean of Student Life.
Looking for a new job? The following local businesses are looking to hire for various jobs, including Outdoor Tour Guide for the new Rail Explorers program.
Spring is here! A number of local favorite eateries, including Anna D’s ice cream and Schultzy’s Snack Shack, will open for the season this week and weekend.
Two Portsmouth restaurants will take part in Newport Restaurant Week from March 27 to April 7.
More than 30 restaurants, including Portsmouth restaurants, will offer special menu selections during Quahog Week featuring the native Rhode Island clam.
A brand new outdoor activity for exploring Narragansett Bay, Rail Explorers, is expected to start this April in Portsmouth.
Quahog Week, which made its debut last year, returns Monday, March 20, and continues to March 25, celebrating the state’s shellfish industry.
The Tenth Gate Center for Yoga and Meditation will host a Doggie Photo Shoot Sunday to benefit the Portsmouth Dog Park.
The new Ragged Island Brewing Company is set to open its doors to the public this St. Patrick’s Day at the Portsmouth Business Park.
Looking for a new job or a better one? While businesses only posted 2 new jobs this week, it might be exactly the job you’re looking to find.
Portsmouth Press has a number of features on its website. Here’s how you can use Portsmouth Press to sell items, post events and more.
The Tenth Gate Center for Yoga and Meditation will host a Doggie Photo Shoot next week to benefit the Portsmouth Dog Park.
Looking for a new job or a better one? Employers are looking to hire for the following 4 jobs, including assistant finance director for local schools.
Areas in lower Narragansett Bay and lower Sakonnet River are closed to shellfish harvesting until further notice, announced DEM Wednesday.
Stitchery, a brand new local business, is offering original classes on traditional arts at its newly opened needle arts education studio.