The wait is finally over! Construction will begin soon on the Common Fence Point (CFP) Community Hall. Find out more here.
Portsmouth police recently held a crosswalk operation. Watch the videos below as cars fail to stop for a woman pushing a baby carriage on a crosswalk.
A Portsmouth mother and daughter are currently raising funds for the Dystonia Medical Research Foundation as part of the Providence Dystonia Zoo Walk.
This Sunday, the Prudence Conservancy and A&R Marine Construction will celebrate the restoration of the Stone Dock in Prudence Park with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The event is open to the public.
Brothers Ryan and Jack Clarke from Portsmouth recently attended the New England Revolution’s Bowl for a Goal to support Special Olympics Massachusetts.
A man and Portsmouth Abbey School graduate confronted Sean Spicer at a book signing in Middletown, reported The Newport Daily News.
Get your floatation devices ready! AquaPalooza splashes into Potter’s Cove this weekend off Prudence Island.
A Portsmouth woman recently started a GoFundMe drive to raise money for victims of a house fire.
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Happy birthday, America! Portsmouth Press wishes everyone a happy and safe Fourth of July.
We’ve recently added many new features to Portsmouth Press. Watch the four-minute video here to learn how to use them.
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.