Do you know someone in human resources that’s looking for a new job? The town of Portsmouth is looking for a new human resources director.
A water main break on West Main Road, south of Union Street, Thursday resulted in lane closures late Thursday and on Friday.
Some government offices and local organizations will be closed Monday for Presidents Day. Here’s a look at what’s opened and closed for the holiday.
The town of Portsmouth revealed a new look to its website Thursday. What do you think about the new look? Tell us in our poll or the comment section below.
The Portsmouth Town Council approved a proposal Monday to pay $70,000 to repair the Bristol dock used for the Prudence Island Ferry.
The Portsmouth Town Council will discuss a ferry dock agreement with the town of Bristol at its next council meeting on Monday, Feb. 13.
Sen. Louis P. DiPalma has introduced a bill, cosponsored by Sen. James A. Seveney, that would create a senior services grant program.
The Portsmouth Town Council will hear a presentation about the town’s pension system at the next council meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 7.
The town of Portsmouth recently announced two requests for proposals (RFP’s) seeking services for spring paving and construction of the new police station.
The Democratic Town Committee passed a resolution, which denounces President Trump’s agenda and urges R.I. congressional delegation to fight it.
Portsmouth Democrats will consider a resolution, which denounces President Donald J. Trump’s agenda and urges congressional delegation to oppose it.
Racing a horse on a highway? A $5 fine for swearing? House Majority Whip John G. Edwards thinks it’s time to look at some outdated Rhode Island laws.
Rep. Dennis M. Canario has introduced legislation that would require a family investigation before placing an abused or neglected child with grandparents.
You’re invited to learn more about the future Mt. Hope Park at a special event on Wednesday, Feb. 1, at Portsmouth Town Hall, 2200 East Main Road.
Raymond E. Gallison, Jr., 64, of Bristol, former state representative and House Finance Committee chairman, has agreed to plead guilty on several charges.
Several Portsmouth women are leaving Friday to attend the much-anticipated Women’s March on Washington Saturday. Find out why they’re marching here.
A team of 10 Portsmouth High School students and a well-known Portsmouth teacher are heading to the presidential inauguration on Friday.