The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) recently announced $100,000 in available grants to communities and private businesses that own and/or operate boating facilities available to the public.
The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) is advising consumers, food establishment managers, and retailers to take specific precautions related to lettuce as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) continues to respond to a multi-state E. Coli outbreak.
The Raytheon Company has been awarded an $83-million contract for the design, test, and deployment of an autonomous, unmanned underwater vehicle known as the Barracuda mine neutralization system.
Two Portsmouth thrift stores, literally located across the street from each other, are closing permanently.
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) has issued a quarantine order for animals at Simmons Farm in Middletown.
Looking for a job or a new career? The following companies, including Boys Town and the Carnegie Abbey Club, are hiring for the following jobs.
OceanPoint Insurance Agency recently donated $500 to East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP) as part of the Arbella Insurance Foundation’s Let’s Drive Out Hunger program.
Portsmouth was recently gifted with a new donut shop, which is already impressing local residents. Find out more about the new business here.
Spring is here! A number of local favorite eateries, including Schultzy’s Snack Shack, open for the season.
A popular Portsmouth bar and restaurant will change ownership, announced the owners on Tuesday.
Quahog Week, which runs March 26 to April 1, highlights the importance of Rhode Island’s wild shellfish harvest to the state’s history, traditions, and economy.
Looking for a job or a new career? The following companies, including IMS and the U.S. Postal Service, are hiring for the following jobs.
Meeting Street, located at 1000 Eddy St., Providence, recently added three new employees to its team, including a Portsmouth resident.
Maritime Solutions, a Portsmouth business heavily damaged by a fire in 2016, will reopen with a completely new building at 1170 East Main Road.
Looking for a job or a new career? The following companies, including the Hinckley Co. and Newport Polo, are hiring for the following jobs.
A new Mexican restaurant is coming to Portsmouth soon. Find out more about the new business here.
A new licensing system that provides more options for buying hunting and fishing licenses was launched this month by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM).