The Portsmouth Historical Society awarded trivia winners from Portsmouth Middle School, announced Doug Smith, Portsmouth Historical Society vice president.
John McDaid of Portsmouth calls drug-sniffing dogs at Portsmouth High School an “incursion on civil liberties” in the following letter to the editor.
Portsmouth resident and parent John McDaid calls the proposed minimum wage bill, House bill H5594, “grossly unfair” for employees under age 20.
The following letter to the editor about Portsmouth Trivia Night was submitted verbatim by Portsmouth Historical Society Vice President Doug Smith.
Gov. Gina Raimondo has released a plan to offer free college tuition for 2 years. Do you agree with the plan? Take our poll here.
Saturday’s snow storm created excellent conditions for sledding or tubing. Where’s the best sledding spot in Portsmouth? Tell us in our poll here.
A story published Monday claims Portsmouth is the “best city to buy a home in Rhode Island.” However, how accurate are mixed data reports?
John G. McDaid of Portsmouth responds to a letter to the editor from other publications, in which the author compared protesting to “anarchy.”
The following Letter to the Editor was submitted verbatim on Friday, Nov. 4, 2016. To submit your own Letter to the Editor, email Sandy@PortsmouthPress.com.
The following Letter to the Editor was submitted verbatim on Friday, Nov. 4, 2016. The author is a candidate for the Portsmouth Town Council.