The Portsmouth 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.
The town of Portsmouth will hold a dedication ceremony for the Portsmouth Veterans Honor Roll this weekend. Find out more by clicking link or visiting PortsmouthPress.com.
Governor Gina Raimondo will visit the Portsmouth Multi-Purpose Senior Center on Bristol Ferry Road on Wednesday, May 17. Find out more information here.
The DEM recently announced $6.4 million in matching grants to help communities reduce flooding, control stormwater, and strengthen climate resilience.
As part of continued efforts to support a strong shellfish industry in Rhode Island, the DEM will conduct a quahog transplant this week.
Learn more about the future Mt. Hope Park at a public workshop scheduled for this week.
The Town Council tentative budget for fiscal year July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018, is available to view here.
Despite the rain Saturday, a couple Portsmouth residents stopped by the future Mt. Hope Park for its public viewing. Featured here are photos of the park.
Rep. Dennis M. Canario has introduced legislation (2017-H 6151) that would exempt the sales tax on the trade-in value of noncommercial pickup trucks.
The Portsmouth Historical Society will hold “Stones that Speak: The Portsmouth Cemetery,” a lecture and workshop on preserving local cemeteries.
Rep. Dennis M. Canario has introduced legislation (2017-H 6050) that would exempt the elderly and disabled people from paying for state ID cards.
New England Boatworks will be honored as Rhode Island’s largest clean marina during a special ceremony on Friday, May 5, at the marina in Portsmouth.
The National Council for Home Safety and Security has named Portsmouth as the 3rd safest “city” in Rhode Island, according to a new survey.
The town of Portsmouth is seeking nominations for the recipient(s) of the annual Portsmouth Award.
The Portsmouth and Tiverton Town Councils approved identical resolutions Monday night asking the state to remove all Rhode Works signs in their town.
A Portsmouth man is taking his fight against the state’s Rhode Works signs to local towns and cities, requesting a town resolution on Monday, April 24.