The Portsmouth High School Drama Boosters will hold a Family Movie Night to raise money for new sound equipment for the high school auditorium.
Looking for a new job or a better one? Employers are looking to hire for the following 4 jobs, including assistant finance director for local schools.
The Portsmouth Special Education Local Advisory Committee will discuss the proposal to move 4th grade back to elementary schools at an upcoming meeting.
The Portsmouth School District is considering moving 4th grade back to its elementary schools. Here’s a look at what the move could mean in numbers.
When was Portsmouth founded? When was the compact signed? The Portsmouth Historical Society will quiz students at a new Portsmouth history trivia night.
The Portsmouth Town Council approved a Portsmouth High School senior’s proposal Monday to construct a “story walk” on town property at Glen Park.
A Portsmouth High School senior will request the Town Council to grant permission for a future “story walk” at Glen Park.
The Portsmouth School Department has started its process of registering kindergarten students for the 2017-2018 school year.
The Portsmouth High School (PHS) girls’ indoor track team won various events at the Rhode Island state championships on Saturday.
Hathaway Elementary School held its father-daughter dance, the annual Sweetheart Dance, on Friday night. Check here for photos from the dance.
The Aquidneck Land Trust (ALT) announces its 6 student winners from the 2016 Sixteen on Center Art and Writing Contest held recently on Aquidneck Island.
A Pennfield student received a prize for her entry in the 2017 Aquidneck Land Trust Art and Writing Contest, which was sponsored by Sixteen on Center.
UMass Lowell’s Mock Trial Team, which includes a student from Portsmouth, recently captured first place at the Quinnipiac Invitational.
A Portsmouth High School student has won an art and writing contest sponsored by the Aquidneck Land Trust, announced the high school Tuesday.
Hathaway Elementary School celebrated its 100th day of the school year Thursday in a unique way with a special visit by “100-year-olds.”
Melville Elementary School invites you to its “Why Knot?” comedy night taking place this Friday, Jan. 27. Tickets are now available to purchase.
While traditional tobacco use decreased, vaping and e-cigarette use increased, according to the Youth Substance Abuse Needs Assessment.