The Common Fence Point Community will hold a couple events this weekend to benefit victims of the fire, which damaged three homes on Feb. 7.
A community group, the Common Fence Point Improvement Association, announced the identity of the body found after a fire damaged three homes on Narragansett Boulevard. Police have not confirmed the identity at this time.
While more challenging on the east coast, Portsmouth residents could look to the sky next week to see a rare “super blue blood moon.”
Nonprofit organizations that serve residents of Portsmouth or any of Newport County’s other five cities and towns have until Feb. 15 to apply for $265,000 in grants from the Rhode Island Foundation.
The Portsmouth Purple Dodge Ball Tournament, an annual event as part of the THP Project Purple Initiative, will take place Thursday. Find more out about this event here.
The town of Portsmouth will “go purple” for the 6th annual THP Project Purple Initiative from Jan. 22 to 26. Here’s how you can participate!
Expedia.com recently released its Best Place to Escape in Every State feature, naming the town of Portsmouth as the best place to escape in Rhode Island.
The Aquidneck Land Trust (ALT) has received a 5-acre property located off Paradise Avenue in Middletown and given by a local couple specifically for the purpose of conservation.
The Newport County branch of the NAACP will hold its Martin Luther King Jr. celebration, “A Day On, Not Off,” on Monday, Jan. 15, starting in Portsmouth.
A coworker of Jim Weaver, who lost his Portsmouth home due to a fire Sunday at Sunny Acres, has started a GoFundMe fundraiser for Weaver and his family.
Driving under the influence (DUI) charges topped Portsmouth police reports from Dec. 31 to Jan. 2. Featured below are the reports provided by the Portsmouth Police Department.
The Department of Environmental Management (DEM) advises anglers and other winter recreationists to be aware of ice fishing and hypothermia safety.
Portsmouth’s annual polar dive on New Year’s Day, which benefitted a local teenager fighting cancer, was held on schedule Monday afternoon after many local plunges canceled during to frigid temperatures.
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Looking to kick off 2018 with a splash? Here’s a look at area polar plunges happening on New Year’s Day.
Portsmouth’s annual polar dive on New Year’s Day will benefit a local teenager, who is currently fighting cancer for the third time.
Portsmouth Press wishes you and your family in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, and around the world, a safe and happy Christmas!