Rep. Kenneth J. Mendonça (R-Dist. 72, Portsmouth, Middletown) was formally sworn into office Tuesday, Jan. 3, as the General Assembly convened.
Transfer Station stickers are now on sale for Portsmouth residents, announced the town of Portsmouth on Tuesday. Current stickers are good until Jan. 31.
If you were among the more than 200 people at the 2017 Polar Dive for the Dogs, you might have seen the drone flying above. Here’s the video footage.
Visitors and residents of Prudence Island plunged into the icy waters on New Year’s Day at the Prudence Island Lighthouse, known locally as Sandy Point Lighthouse.
Representative Susan Donovan (D-Dist. 69, Bristol, Portsmouth) was formally sworn into office Tuesday, Jan. 3, as the General Assembly convened.
Sen. James A. Seveney (D-Dist. 11, Portsmouth, Bristol, Tiverton) was formally sworn into office Tuesday, Jan. 3, as the General Assembly convened.
Virginia W. Mendonca, 100, passed away at home in Portsmouth on January 2, 2017. She worked for several years at Green Animals in Portsmouth.
Arthur A. Medeiros, 89, of Middletown passed away on Saturday December 31, 2016 at Newport Hospital. He was born on July 4, 1927 in Middletown.
A member of the Portsmouth High School marching band will march in the 128th Rose Parade on Monday, Jan. 2, in California.
The cause of a power outage Sunday evening in Portsmouth, in an area from School House Lane to Trinity Cemetery, has been identified.
A story published Monday claims Portsmouth is the “best city to buy a home in Rhode Island.” However, how accurate are mixed data reports?
More than 1,000 National Grid customers lost power Sunday night on the island’s eastern side from School House Lane to Trinity Cemetery in Portsmouth.
More than 200 people visited the Island Park seawall on Park Avenue Sunday, Jan. 1, to either watch or take part in the 2017 Polar Dive for the Dogs.
Looking for a new job or a better job in the new year? Here’s a list of local Portsmouth businesses hiring for 6 new jobs posted this week.
Approximately 7 Portsmouth runners welcomed in 2017 by participating in the Hangover Classic 5-mile road race on Sunday, Jan. 1.
You can kick off 2017 by helping out a great local cause with the following new year fundraisers, which will benefit the Portsmouth Dog Park.
Portsmouth residents and visitors will have not one, but 3 polar plunges to choose from for kicking off 2017 with an icy splash.