The Portsmouth Town Councilors approved a new ordinance on April 9, regulating short-term rentals of the type commonly found on online booking platforms such as Airbnb and HometoGo. The regulations will be enforced effective Jan. 1, 2019.
The Town of Portsmouth is seeking applicants for the 2019 Charter Review Committee per the 2012 Town Charter.
The town of Portsmouth is considering a proposal to install banners on utility poles, as part of a Pilot Community Banner Program, in selected areas of town to enhance civic pride, boost community identity, and support local businesses.
The town of Portsmouth is currently accepting applications for police officers. Find out more here.
The Portsmouth Town Council will discuss the seven applications received for the School Committee vacancies at a meeting this Wednesday, Dec. 19.
The Portsmouth Zoning Board will meet on Thursday, Dec. 20, at Town Hall, 2200 East Main Road. View the agenda below.
The town of Portsmouth recently announced the start of Transfer Station sticker sales, grace period, and price increase.
A Portsmouth man, who previously lived in West Warwick, was sentenced Wednesday to 30 months in federal prison for possessing more than 7,000 digital images and videos of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct.
The town of Portsmouth seeks to fill two vacancies on the Portsmouth School Committee. Find out more, including how to apply, here.
The Portsmouth Town Council, while sitting as the Board of License Commissioners, will hear two separate requests for liquor licenses Monday evening.
The town of Portsmouth is currently accepting applications for the position of Prudence Island Public Safety Officer.
The following letter to the editor was submitted to Portsmouth Press verbatim from Town Councilor Andrew V. Kelly. Read the letter here.
The town of Portsmouth held a swearing-in ceremony for new members of the Portsmouth Town Council and School Committee on Monday evening at Town Hall.
The town of Portsmouth will hold a swearing-in ceremony for newly elected officials. View the ceremony program here.
The following letter to the editor was submitted verbatim to Portsmouth Press from state Representative-Elect, District 72, Terri Cortvriend. Read the letter here.
Ceremonies, appointments, and a recycling proposal will top the Portsmouth Town Council agenda on Tuesday, Nov. 13.