The town of Portsmouth is looking for summer employees, as well as a probationary firefighter and Transfer Station attendants.
People should avoid contact with Melville Pond in Portsmouth due to a blue-green algae (or cyanobacteria) bloom in the pond.
Find out what’s open and closed on the Fourth of July this Tuesday, July 4, in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.
The town of Portsmouth is asking the community for assistance by responding to a survey about solid waste disposal. Find out more here.
The town of Portsmouth will show off its 1776 copy of the Declaration of Independence at an upcoming special event, held each year at Town Hall.
The General Assembly passed a bill that would create a 19-member special legislative commission to study the effects of legalizing recreational marijuana.
The Portsmouth Water District’s annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) was mailed to district water customers on June 23 and 26.
The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) center in Middletown, the only DMV center on Aquidneck Island, will close in July. Please plan ahead.
The town honored retiring Portsmouth Police Lt. Anthony Cambrola and 2 Portsmouth Award recipients, Caroline “Bunny” Miller and Robert Dyl Jr.
The town of Portsmouth will present the Portsmouth Award to 2 local residents at the next Portsmouth Town Council meeting Monday night.
To allow applicants additional time, the DEM has extended the deadline for its 2017 Bay and Watershed Restoration Grant applications.
The Portsmouth Water and Fire District has hired Jessica C. Lynch, a Portsmouth native, as its new general manager and chief engineer.
The House of Representatives recently passed Rep. Dennis M. Canario’s legislation, which would create a marijuana study commission.
Former Rep. Raymond E. Gallison Jr., whose former district included Portsmouth, was sentenced Friday to serve more than 4 years in federal prison.
The Zoning Board will hold a hearing Thursday on a special use permit, which, if approved, would result in a new auto parts store in Portsmouth.
A push for write-in candidates fell short Wednesday in the uncontested contests for Portsmouth Water and Fire District clerk and water commissioner.