Looking for a new job or a better one? While businesses only posted 2 new jobs this week, it might be exactly the job you’re looking to find.
Portsmouth Press has a number of features on its website. Here’s how you can use Portsmouth Press to sell items, post events and more.
Winter is not over yet. A Blizzard Watch is in effect from late Monday night into Tuesday night, 6 days before the first day of spring.
The Tenth Gate Center for Yoga and Meditation will host a Doggie Photo Shoot next week to benefit the Portsmouth Dog Park.
Clocks spring forward on Sunday, March 12, for Daylight Saving Time. Don’t forget to change your clocks and check batteries!
How much snow fell in Portsmouth as of Friday morning? Find out here and tell us your guesses in the comment section below!
Despite snow Friday, the 61st annual Newport St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be held Saturday, March 11. Heading to the parade? Here’s what you need to know.
Ann R. (Gill) Hibbard, 84, of Prudence Island, left this earth on March 3. Family and friends are invited to calling hours at Connors Funeral Home.
Attorney General Peter Kilmartin and others held a press conference Thursday to announce their opposition to legalizing marijuana.
Accumulating snow is expected to arrive early Friday, just 2 days before clocks change for Daylight Saving Time. How much snow will arrive? Find out here.
Former House Finance Chairman Raymond E. Gallison, Jr., 64, of Bristol, pleaded guilty Thursday in U.S. District Court to federal charges.
The Aquidneck Land Trust (ALT) has created a $100,000 challenge grant to purchase Spruce Acres Farm, a 22.8-acre property in Middletown and Portsmouth.
Meet “Roxxy,” a black and white Labrador Retriever and Welsh Corgi – Cardigan, is available for adoption at the Potter League for Animals.
Local residents and visitors stopped into Town Hall Tuesday to view the 1638 ‘Portsmouth Compact’ on display as part of Portsmouth Founders Day.
The sun was set on Sunday, March 5, 2017 when Manuel R. Peters III, age 79, of Portsmouth passed away surrounded by his family.
Portsmouth police are asking residents to report any suspicious activity after recent complaints of vandalism.
A Portsmouth man is seeking donations to help fund a documentary about the war in the Donbass region of Ukraine. Find out about this film project here.