The Rhode Island Association of Fire Chiefs held a press conference Thursday to explain the state’s new 30-minute CPR protocol.
Police & Fire
The Rhode Island Police Accreditation Commission recently awarded the Portsmouth Police Department with an an award of accreditation.
St. Mary’s Church treated the Portsmouth Fire Department and employees of the Department of Public Works to a free dinner Sunday evening.
A former Portsmouth resident was sentenced Monday in U.S. District Court for distributing child pornography.
The Portsmouth Fire Department will participate in the Fight for Air Climb to raise money for the American Lung Association.
The town of Portsmouth recently announced two requests for proposals (RFP’s) seeking services for spring paving and construction of the new police station.
Portsmouth police arrested 2 drivers on driving under the influence (DUI) charges this week following different traffic stops.
With Super Bowl parties in full swing this weekend, Col. Ann C. Assumpico, superintendent of State Police, reminds everyone to celebrate responsibly.
A “cooking mishap” caused a kitchen fire at a house on Hargraves Drive Wednesday afternoon, according to the Portsmouth Fire Department.
Portsmouth firefighters extinguished a kitchen fire Wednesday afternoon on Hargraves Drive, located just off East Main Road.
Former state Rep. Raymond E. Gallison, Jr., 64, of Bristol, former House Finance Committee chairman, was arraigned on 9 charges Friday in federal court.
Members of the Computer Crimes Unit/Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force arrested a Portsmouth man Thursday on child pornography charges.
Portsmouth police arrested several drivers on driving under the influence (DUI) charges this week following different traffic stops.
The Portsmouth Police Department will hold a Citizens Police Academy, beginning Tuesday, March 7. Applications for the academy are now available.
Portsmouth police will assist the Middletown Police Department with a special community event, entitled “Social Media Awareness Night.”
Fraudulent check charges topped this week’s following police reports, which were provided by the Portsmouth Police Department.
A Portsmouth man was sentenced Friday in Superior Court after pleading guilty to 2015 charges of murdering his girlfriend.