Season XXVII of the NBC10 Newport International Polo Series, presented by BMW, will feature a heated local rivalry as teams compete for the Newport Cup this weekend.
Since 1989, the Little League Challenger Division has provided individuals with physical and intellectual challenges with an opportunity to participate in the Little League Baseball and Softball program. That opportunity will arrive once again in Portsmouth this weekend.
Season XXVII of the NBC10 Newport International Polo Series, presented by BMW begins this Saturday, June 2, in Portsmouth.
The 2018 Volvo Ocean Race will sail into Newport this May for its only North American stopover. As part of the race, the Newport Race Village opens this week at Fort Adams. Find out more below.
Bike Newport held its inaugural Farm-to-Farm Bike Ride on Saturday afternoon along Middle Road. Featured below are photos from the event.
Bike Newport will host an inaugural Farm-t0-Farm Bike Ride this May, closing down Middle Road to traffic for the family event.
This Saturday, May 5, and Sunday, May 6, are Free Fishing Days in Rhode Island. Rhode Islanders and visitors alike can fish in the state’s freshwaters on both days for all species of freshwater fish, without a fishing license or trout conservation stamp.
Registration opened Tuesday for two athletic events taking place in Portsmouth later this year.
The Portsmouth Public Education Foundation (PPEF) will host a Glow Run in May instead of the traditional Color Run held previous years. Find out more about this event here.
Five Portsmouth residents braved the elements Monday to run the 2018 Boston Marathon. Featured below are the marathon results.
Five Portsmouth residents will participate in the Boston Marathon on Monday, starting in Hopkinton, Massachusetts.
With the trout fishing season opening on Saturday, April 14, the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is reminding anglers – particularly those fishing from a boat – to exercise personal safety precautions while in pursuit of their first trout of the season.
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) will stock some 80,000 brook, brown, and rainbow trout into Rhode Island ponds and streams in preparation for the freshwater fishing season.
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) will hold a series of free fly-tying workshops, beginning next week, at public libraries in Charlestown, Middletown, Portsmouth and Little Compton.
A new licensing system that provides more options for buying hunting and fishing licenses was launched this month by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM).
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) launched a new, fully online fishing and hunting license system that expands upon current web-based services on Thursday, March 1.