The Portsmouth Town Council will discuss interviews for town solicitor this week.
Should the Zoning Board approve a special use permit to build a new auto parts store? Tell us your opinion in the poll below.
The Portsmouth Democratic Town Committee recently passed a resolution supporting the state’s “Reproductive Health Care Act.”
The bill would require the R.I. Commerce Corporation to submit any financial arrangement with any sports entity seeking to build or renovate a stadium.
The State House will participate in “Good Night Lights” this Wednesday through Friday night, announced Rep. Dennis M. Canario.
Rep. Kenneth J. Mendonça will testify Thursday on legislation, which would set the minimum hourly wage at $9.65 an hour for employees under the age of 20.
The Portsmouth Town Council will discuss a liquor license transfer from Scampi’s to Localz Inc., as well as legal services at its meeting Monday, April 10.
The Town of Portsmouth is reminding residents with a valid Transfer Station sticker to follow yard waste disposal guidelines.
Looking for a summer job? The town of Portsmouth is seeking applicants for the following summer employment opportunities.
A second coyote spotted with a leg trap on Aquidneck Island has died after being shot while trying to access a chicken coop, according to DEM.
The Arbor Day Foundation recently named the town of Portsmouth as its “2016 Tree City USA,” announced the town of Portsmouth.
House Majority Leader K. Joseph Shekarchi has reintroduced legislation that would require pet groomers to be licensed with the state.
Stop by Portsmouth Town Hall next weekend to receive a free tree seedling (while supplies last). The free seedling giveaway is held each year in Portsmouth.
The legislation, if passed, would prohibit surveillance on state roadways unless specifically authorized by statute or court order.
DEM recently lifted the emergency shellfishing closure for areas of Rhode Island Sound, lower Narragansett Bay, and lower Sakonnet River.
Two discussion items requested by the Portsmouth Concerned Citizens’ group top the Town Council agenda for its next meeting on Monday, March 27.