The Preservation Society of Newport County, R.I.’s largest cultural organization, is warning visitors about an app using its content without permission.
People are advised to avoid contact with St. Mary’s Pond in Portsmouth because of blue-green algae (or cyanobacteria) blooms in that pond. Blue-green algae can produce toxins that can harm humans and animals.
Portsmouth Press wishes everyone a happy and safe Fourth of July! Happy Independence Day!
The town of Portsmouth will hold an e-waste collection and an Eco-Depot this Saturday, June 17.
The Portsmouth Multi-Purpose Senior Center held its annual Memorial Service Friday morning at the senior center on Bristol Ferry Road.
A large gathering of pet owners and 4-legged companions celebrated the Potter League for Animals’ 28th annual Heart & Sole Walk for the Animals Sunday.
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) encourages residents to “take a hike” this weekend as part of National Trails Day.
Information from the public workshop held on May 11 is now available online. Click the links below for the information.
The newly named Localz (formerly Scampi’s) in Portsmouth will hold a special Memorial Day fundraiser for a local in need.
A local resident is seeking help after saving a pregnant stray cat in need of emergency medical care.
Clean Ocean Access recently teamed up with U.S. Sailing in Portsmouth to help clean up debris from Weaver Cove in Portsmouth.
The Portsmouth Fire Department will host its 3rd annual Team Grayson Blood Drive this May in Portsmouth. Find out when and where here.
Moderate to high concentrations of gypsy moth caterpillars are expected this spring across the state, according to the DEM.
It’s time to wag those tails. The Portsmouth Dog Park, a labor of love for visionary Bunny Miller, will officially open this weekend.
Mark your calendars! Mt. Hope Park in Portsmouth will open to the public for a one-day viewing event this May. Find out when here.
The Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is hosting several events in celebration of Earth Day to encourage families to get outdoors and explore.
The Common Fence Point neighborhood association and Save the Bay will team up once again this year for an Earth Day cleanup this Saturday, April 22.