The town of Portsmouth recently announced its schedule for spring and summer recreational programs, including karate, sailing, tennis and more.
Quahog Week, which made its debut last year, returns Monday, March 20, and continues to March 25, celebrating the state’s shellfish industry.
Just in time for dog licensing, the Rhode Island Veterinary Medical Association (RIVMA) will hold rabies clinics. The schedule can be found here.
The town of Portsmouth and Vision Government Solutions recently completed its valuations for the 2016 real estate market.
The Portsmouth Town Council will discuss changing the name of upper Melville Pond and hear a presentation from Rail Explorers at its next meeting.
Attorney General Peter Kilmartin and others held a press conference Thursday to announce their opposition to legalizing marijuana.
Former House Finance Chairman Raymond E. Gallison, Jr., 64, of Bristol, pleaded guilty Thursday in U.S. District Court to federal charges.
Local residents and visitors stopped into Town Hall Tuesday to view the 1638 ‘Portsmouth Compact’ on display as part of Portsmouth Founders Day.
The Aquidneck Island Planning Commission (AIPC) will host a Newport County legislative forum at the Community College of Rhode Island Newport campus.
Portsmouth This Week discusses the Portsmouth Citizens Police Academy and recent Portsmouth Police Department accreditation. Watch this week’s show here.
Sen. James A. Seveney (D-Dist. 11, Portsmouth, Bristol, Tiverton) plans to introduce legislation that would require certification of software engineers.
Rep. Dennis M. Canario has introduced legislation that would create a special commission to study the effects of legalizing recreational marijuana.
The town of Portsmouth has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for Prudence Island solid waste disposal services. The deadline to apply is April 24.
Areas in lower Narragansett Bay and lower Sakonnet River are closed to shellfish harvesting until further notice, announced DEM Wednesday.
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) began the process of removing the old Sakonnet River Bridge on Wednesday, March 1, 2017.
The Portsmouth Town Council approved Monday to release contributions owed to the Aquidneck Island Planning Commission for fiscal years 2016 and 2017.