Several Portsmouth government offices and organizations will be closed for the New Year’s Day holiday. Check here to find out what’s closed for the holiday.
While still a little more than a day away, the town of Portsmouth has announced its Christmas tree pickup schedule. Here’s a look at when your Christmas tree will be picked up in town.
The 2017-2018 session of the Rhode Island General Assembly is scheduled to begin Tuesday, Jan. 3, with a swearing-in ceremony.
Holiday openings and closings are beginning to be announced in Portsmouth. Here’s a look at what’s closing in town starting this Friday.
President-elect Donald J. Trump’s newly appointed Press Secretary may look familiar to alumni from a private school in Portsmouth.
The state Department of Transportation (RIDOT) received 6 bids to demolish the old Sakonnet River Bridge, according to a press release from RIDOT Wednesday.
Need to ship your holiday gifts across country or even “the pond?” Check mailing deadlines here to make sure holiday gifts arrive on time.
The state Department of Health (RIDOH) and the Department of Environmental Management (RIDEM) are lifting the public health advisories on bodies of water.
The Portsmouth Town Council approved a new sticker price for the Portsmouth Transfer Station at its meeting Monday night.
Congressman David Cicilline, whose district includes Portsmouth, has introduced a legislative bill requiring U.S. presidents to release their tax returns.
Town Administrator Richard A. Rainer Jr. will propose a change to the Transfer Station sticker price at the next Town Council meeting on Monday, Dec. 12.
“Portsmouth This Week” features a discussion with School Superintendent Ana Riley, Town Administrator Rich Rainer, and Ray Antaya, recycling coordinator.
Starting Monday, residents will be able to put their trash and recyclables into marked bins within the Transfer Station’s main building in one stop.
The town of Portsmouth is currently in the process of constructing a new salt shed near the Department of Public Works building.
The Portsmouth Board of Canvassers are requesting police conduct a voter fraud investigation into a single case, according to board members on Friday.
The Portsmouth Board of Canvassers will meet Friday, Dec. 2, 2016, at Town Hall to investigate a possible case of voter fraud.
The outgoing Town Council approved a bond ordinance Monday night before the newly-elected council members were sworn into office.