Common Fence Point shared a video of the hall transformation on Saturday. View the video and what the future hall will look like here.
Ragged Island Brewing Co. released sketches of its future brewery on Wednesday. View the images here.
Portsmouth Press has grown thanks to you, the readers! Due to the sheer volume of visitors, we are planning on adding new services and features.
In an exclusive published by the HuffPost on Monday, the publication identifies a Portsmouth man among seven U.S. military members linked to an organization called Identity Evropa, an extremist white nationalist group.
Portsmouth police charged a Tiverton woman with driving under the influence (DUI) after the vehicle she was operating collided with a guardrail.
All last week, we asked Portsmouth residents to share their opinion about the best places in town. Here are the 2019 Best of Portsmouth winners!
A Roger Williams University graduate student and Portsmouth resident is seeking Portsmouth and Middletown residents to help evaluate a hurricane preparedness brochure.
The Portsmouth Zoning Board will meet Thursday, Feb. 21, to discuss new signage for Sydney Portsmouth and a gas station expansion on West Main Road. View the agenda here.
Aquidneck Island Planning Commission (AIPC) will host the next installment of its Smart Island series of public forums.
Citing 180 motor vehicle accidents on East Main Road last year, roughly one accident every other day, the Portsmouth Town Council will discuss and vote Monday on two resolutions directed at the state Department of Transporation (DOT). The resolutions urge the DOT to maintain funding for East Main Road projects and reject proposed cuts to bike and road safety projects.
Nonprofit organizations that serve Portsmouth residents have until Feb. 15 to apply grants from the Rhode Island Foundation.
Several local officials took part in the Project Purple Dodgeball Tournament, an annual event as part of the THP Project Purple Initiative. View photos from the event here.
The Portsmouth Purple Dodgeball Tournament, an annual event as part of the THP Project Purple Initiative, will take place Thursday. Find more out about this event here.
The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) is waiving fares for passengers traveling on Aquidneck Island in order to help people get to warming shelters and other essential services during a gas shutdown affecting about 7,000 National Grid customers
From free coffee to showers, the Aquidneck community offers help to those without heat.
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Several shelters are opening on Aquidneck Island Monday as Middletown and Newport homes lose heat.