The Common Fence Point Improvement Association (CFPIA) held a Lap of Love walk Sunday to support and raise funds for victims of the fire on Feb. 7.Read More
Police & Fire
A community group, the Common Fence Point Improvement Association, announced the identity of the body found after a fire damaged three homes on Narragansett Boulevard. Police have not confirmed the identity at this time.
The Portsmouth Police Department announced the following arrest from Feb. 7-8. All arrest reports are provided by the police department.
After searching through the remains of a fire that damaged three homes early Wednesday, officials discovered one set of human remains.
The Portsmouth Fire Department and neighboring departments are attempting to extinguish a fire, which heavily damaged three homes in Common Fence Point early Wednesday.
Portsmouth firefighters responded to a motor vehicle crash with heavy front-end damage Monday morning on the Escape Bridge on Point Road.
Rep. Dennis M. Canario (D-Dist. 71, Portsmouth, Little Compton, Tiverton) is praising the actions of Portsmouth High School teacher Risha Pellegrino and School Resource Officer Maddie Pirri in their handling of an intruder at Portsmouth High School this week.
A 22-year-old former Portsmouth High School student who assaulted a teacher and pushed his way into the new gym also ordered students to “line up” against a wall, Portsmouth police told WPRI.com.
On Tuesday morning, a 22-year-old former student was arrested at Portsmouth High School after allegedly trying to gain forceful entry and assaulting a teacher. Many parents turned to social media Tuesday, questioning why the high school did not initiate a lockdown.