PORTSMOUTH, R.I. — Two individuals were transported to the hospital Thursday for treatment of injuries after a serious motor vehicle crash on East Main Road….
In the season of giving, the Newport Polo Club is reaching out to the nonprofit community for nominations of civic or charitable organizations for consideration as the beneficiary for its 18th annual charity gala
A domestic assault charge topped the Portsmouth police report on Dec. 5. Featured below is the report provided by the Portsmouth Police Department.
Rhode Island’s Department of Health (DOH) and Department of Environmental Management (DEM) are lifting blue-green algae health advisories.
The master plan for Mount Hope Park, developed by the Mount Hope Park Steering Committee, the town of Portsmouth, Aquidneck Land Trust (ALT), and the Horsley Witten Project Team, is now available to view.
The ALT has completed trail improvements to Oakland Forest in Portsmouth and Meadow Preserve after receiving a National Association of Realtors grant.
A Portsmouth girl, who was diagnosed with CNS Lyme disease last year, is raising funds to train her service dog.
Free Thanksgiving dinners are available in and around Portsmouth this Thanksgiving on Thursday, Nov. 23. Here’s where you can find them.
Are you away from home this holiday? Free Thanksgiving dinners are available in and around Portsmouth this Thanksgiving on Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017.
Clean Ocean Access and volunteers held a beach cleanup recently at Weaver Cove in Portsmouth. Volunteers removed 191 pounds of marine debris at the Portsmouth site.
As part of the Revolution & Santander Soccer Scholars program, Santander Bank recently honored a Portsmouth resident at Gillette Stadium.
The DEM announces that the muzzleloader deer hunting season on state and private lands in Zones 1 and 2 opened on Saturday, Nov. 4.
Lucy’s Hearth hosted the 6th annual Fall for Lucy’s Hearth festive fall fundraiser on Thursday, Oct. 26, at the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
If you live on Prudence Island, do not drink water without boiling, according to emergency officials. A Boil Water Advisory has been issued after the discovery of E. coli bacteria.
The ALT has received $20,000 from an anonymous donor to purchase Little Creek Preserve, a former dairy farm in Portsmouth.
Lucy’s Hearth, a 24-hour emergency shelter previously open to only mothers and their children, now accepts residents of all genders.
A Portsmouth woman and teacher at Pennfield School is collecting supplies to help out Puerto Ricans in need after the devastating effects of hurricanes.