Here’s a look at local places of worship in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, offering Easter Holy Week services from Maundy Thursday to Easter Sunday.
The Mt. Hope Park survey results are in! Check below to see results from 119 people, who answered the questions over a 5-week period.
A brand new outdoor activity for exploring Narragansett Bay by railway is coming to Portsmouth this April. Find out when here.
Rep. Ken Mendonça (R-District 72 Middletown, Portsmouth) recently testified in support of his legislation, which revamps open meetings laws.
The Aquidneck Island Planning Commission (AIPC) has rescheduled its 2017 Newport County Legislative Forum. Those previously registered must re-register.
Volunteers at a Clean Ocean Access beach cleanup removed more than 5,200 pounds of debris from Pheasant Drive Beach this past Saturday.
The RITBA announced the following construction updates for the Mt. Hope Bridge and the old Sakonnet River Bridge, starting Monday, March 20.
Last year, the town of Portsmouth received a $10,000 RI Foundation grant to help create a dog park in a 2-acre section of Melville Park.
Applications for community grants from the Frederick Henry Prince Memorial Fund at Newport Hospital are now available.
The Aquidneck Land Trust (ALT) has created a $100,000 challenge grant to purchase Spruce Acres Farm, a 22.8-acre property in Middletown and Portsmouth.
Friends are remembering a retired Salve Regina University professor whose body was found on Teddy’s Beach Wednesday as an “amazing man” and “avid kayaker.”
What’s happening this week? Here’s looking ahead at events and meetings happening this week from Monday, Feb. 13, to Sunday, Feb. 19.
The Portsmouth Historical Society recently thanked donors, who helped restore the oldest one-room schoolhouse in Rhode Island.
Members of the Portsmouth community showed their good sportsmanship at a dodgeball tournament Friday night as part of the THP Project Purple Initiative.
While traditional tobacco use decreased, vaping and e-cigarette use increased, according to the Youth Substance Abuse Needs Assessment.
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.