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.Read More
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) will stock some 80,000 brook, brown, and rainbow trout into Rhode Island ponds and streams in preparation for the freshwater fishing season.
The town of Portsmouth seeks proposals from qualified firms to provide grounds maintenance.
The town of Portsmouth’s Recreation Department is now accepting applications for summer camp at Sandy Point Beach and Glen Farm.
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is teaming up once again with the Arbor Day Foundation, Rhode Island Tree Council, and the Rhode Island Nursery and Landscape Association to give away 1,000 trees as part of the state’s Energy-Saving Trees program.
Representative Kenneth Mendonça (R-District 72 Middletown, Portsmouth) will introduce legislation to reimburse public schools for conducting a security evaluation to determine the best ways to keep children safe.
Reps. Dennis M. Canario (D-Dist. 71, Portsmouth, Little Compton, and Tiverton) and John G. Edwards (D-Dist. 70, Portsmouth and Tiverton) recently awarded the Common Fence Point Improvement Association with legislative grants.
The Portsmouth Town Council will discuss aging school structures and short-term rentals at its next meeting on Monday, March 26.
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.