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Organizers will hold a Be Great for Nate Night on Saturday night in Island Park to benefit various local programs for teenagers.
Portsmouth students will hold a fundraising Lap of Love for a local teacher, who was recently diagnosed with a rare genetic condition.
The Common Fence Point (CFP) will receive a rain garden as a gift for the new community hall. However, CFP needs your help installing the new garden. Find out how you can help below.
Bike Newport will host an inaugural Farm-t0-Farm Bike Ride this May, closing down Middle Road to traffic for the family event.
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is advising residents to not feed or have food sources available that can be easily accessed by coyotes or other wildlife.
Twin tugboats moved the old Sakonnet River Bridge to Fall River on Friday. View the photos captured by Southern New England Aerial Photography here.
The Common Fence Point Improvement Association (CFPIA) recently announced the following upcoming hall changes and informational meetings.
A Tiverton couple may really have the luck of the Irish on their side after winning $1.9 million on St. Patrick’s Day.
In the next coming weeks, Portsmouth Press will make changes to the website to create a better service for the community.
Despite the cold winter temperatures, volunteers turned out this weekend to remove trash and debris from the beach in Island Park.
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) will restrict travel through the Sakonnet River channel for approximately one month, starting Monday, March 12.
The strong Nor’easter, which caused havoc along the entire east coast this weekend, caused significant damage to the new Portsmouth Dog Park.
The Aquidneck Land Trust (ALT) recently reached its goal to purchase Little Creek, a former dairy farm in Portsmouth.
The Common Fence Point Improvement Association (CFPIA) held a Lap of Love walk Sunday to support and raise funds for victims of the fire on Feb. 7.
The Common Fence Point Improvement Association (CFPIA) will hold a Lap of Love walk Sunday, snow or shine, to support fire victims.