The cause of a power outage Sunday evening in Portsmouth, in an area from School House Lane to Trinity Cemetery, has been identified.
More than 1,000 National Grid customers lost power Sunday night on the island’s eastern side from School House Lane to Trinity Cemetery in Portsmouth.
More than 200 people visited the Island Park seawall on Park Avenue Sunday, Jan. 1, to either watch or take part in the 2017 Polar Dive for the Dogs.
You can kick off 2017 by helping out a great local cause with the following new year fundraisers, which will benefit the Portsmouth Dog Park.
Portsmouth residents and visitors will have not one, but 3 polar plunges to choose from for kicking off 2017 with an icy splash.
A Dog Park Preview Day scheduled for this weekend in Portsmouth is being postponed due to cold temperatures, according to organizers.
The Department of Environmental Management (DEM) will complete its winter season trout stocking this week by stocking fish in a Portsmouth pond.
From Portsmouth Press, we wish you and your family a safe and happy holiday. Happy Hanukkah and Merry Christmas, Portsmouth!
The Official NORAD Santa Tracker is up and running for another year. Here’s how you can track Santa’s sleigh as he travels around the world to Portsmouth.
Heading out to midnight Mass on Christmas Eve? Here’s a look at local places of worship offering Christmas services in Portsmouth.
With the holidays traditionally seen as a time for giving, here’s a look at 5 local GoFundMe drives to support this holiday season.
The Portsmouth Abbey, a community of Benedictine monks on Narragansett Bay, is partnering with St. Louis Abbey in Missouri.
Do you know me? The Potter League for Animals is looking for the owner of a dog found at the intersection of West Main Road and Locust Avenue recently.
Several Common Fence Point residents were surprised to not find horseback caroling this past weekend. Here’s what happened.
Portsmouth residents capture a snowy scene in photos before the snowfall melted Saturday morning in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.
A chance encounter at a middle school science fair saved a Portsmouth family from dangerous cold temperatures Thursday night.