US Sailing, the national governing body for the sport with headquarters in Portsmouth, has launched a new Safety at Sea online course.
The Junior Island Patriots Cheer team won first place in the Rhode Island Interscholastic League 2017 State Cheer Championship.
In case you missed the premiere, the film Sacred Ground will air in a two-part miniseries, starting tonight, Thursday, March 2.
Back by popular demand, beach polo returns to the Newport Winter Festival this weekend at Easton’s Beach (locally known as First Beach).
The official trailer for Sacred Ground has been released, announced BCN Productions. Watch the trailer here before the world premiere this weekend.
The Portsmouth High School (PHS) girls’ indoor track team won various events at the Rhode Island state championships on Saturday.
Can’t make the rally in Boston Tuesday morning? You can still congratulate the New England Patriots at a rally in Providence later today, Tuesday, Feb. 7.
It might be snowing, but the Newport Gulls are dreaming of summer. The Newport Gulls announce their schedule for the 2017 summer season.
Approximately 7 Portsmouth runners welcomed in 2017 by participating in the Hangover Classic 5-mile road race on Sunday, Jan. 1.
The National Soccer Coaches Association of America announced on Monday the 2016 NSCAA High School Boys and Girls All-America Teams.
The Portsmouth High School varsity football team received a very special welcome home Sunday after winning the Division 1 state championship.
Portsmouth football players won the Division 1 Championship, defeating the team from Central High School Sunday afternoon in Cranston.
The 7th annual Beat Santa 5K road race (or walk) will be held Saturday, Dec. 17, in Common Fence Point, Portsmouth, Rhode Island.
A Portsmouth man was the top finisher in the annual Pie Run held Thanksgiving Day from the Newport County YMCA in Middletown.
The 31st annual Pie Run will kick off this Thanksgiving, Nov. 24, at the Newport County YMCA, 792 Valley Road, Middletown.
Portsmouth High School’s varsity football team will face its rival team from Middletown High School on Thanksgiving day this Thursday, Nov. 24.
The Portsmouth Pop Warner Pee Wee cheerleaders are once again heading to the national championship, but need your help getting there.