The Potter League for Animals, an open-admission animal shelter that serves all of Aquidneck Island, has named a new executive director.
What’s happening this week? Here’s looking ahead at events and meetings happening this week from Monday, Jan. 23, to Sunday, Jan. 29.
The Portsmouth Town Council will discuss repairs to the ferry dock and a request for a zoning change at its next meeting on Monday, Jan. 23.
Several Portsmouth residents attended the Women’s Rally in Providence, one of hundreds (maybe more) held throughout the world Saturday.
The Portsmouth Prevention Coalition will be at a local business today, Saturday, giving away various items for the 5th annual THP Project Purple Initiative being held from Jan. 23 to 27.
Registration is now open for Save The Bay’s Lighthouse Tours, which offers tours of more than 2 dozen historic lighthouse sites in Narragansett Bay.
Have you seen me? A lost, small tan dog named “Taylor” was reported missing Monday night from the Sunny Acres area off Bristol Ferry Road.
PORTSMOUTH, R.I. — What’s happening this week? Here’s looking ahead at events and meetings happening this week from Monday, Jan. 16, to Sunday, Jan. 22….
OSHA claims an overextended crane caused a truck to hang off the Sakonnet River Bridge last August, according to The Newport Daily News.
Another Dog Park Preview Day will be held Monday, Jan. 16, at the Portsmouth Dog Park, located at 1 Smith Road, near the Melville campgrounds.
A deceased dolphin washed ashore late Friday afternoon on Old Pier Road near the Mt. Hope Bridge, according to Portsmouth police.
The Newport County branch of the NAACP will hold its Martin Luther King Jr. celebration, “A Day On, Not Off,” on Monday, Jan. 16, starting in Portsmouth.
Updated… PORTSMOUTH, R.I. — A half dozen Portsmouth residents reported hearing sounds described as ‘explosions’ Thursday morning and early afternoon. Portsmouth Press is looking into…
Clean Ocean Access will host its first cleanup of 2017 at Weaver Cove in Portsmouth this weekend. A previous cleanup was rescheduled due to snow.
A Portsmouth resident sent us the following photo with the caption “Best use of all this snow.” Do you agree? Tell us in the comment section below.
Snow is falling heavily in Portsmouth, but that’s not reducing the long line at the Portsmouth Transfer Station Saturday.
Prudence Island Historical Society Board member Joe Bains will present a lecture entitled “Prudence Island: A Fine Summer Resort.”