Looking for a new job or a better one? While businesses only posted 6 new jobs this week, one of them might be exactly the job you’re looking to find.
“So many young people want to be this movie star, or want to be an astronaut, or, or something fantastic. Louis Escobar wanted to be a dairy farmer. I’ve lived my life dream,” says Louis Escobar in the trailer for the new documentary film, Forgotten Farms.
Back by popular demand, beach polo returns to the Newport Winter Festival this weekend at Easton’s Beach (locally known as First Beach).
Driving under the influence (DUI) charges, and a foot chase, topped Portsmouth police reports this week.
A memorial service will be held tomorrow, Saturday, Feb. 25, at 1 p.m. at the Portsmouth United Methodist Church, 2732 East Main Road, Portsmouth.
The official trailer for Sacred Ground has been released, announced BCN Productions. Watch the trailer here before the world premiere this weekend.
The Aquidneck Land Trust is urging Portsmouth residents to contact Town Council members to support a campaign to save Spruce Acres, a local tree farm.
Friends are remembering a retired Salve Regina University professor whose body was found on Teddy’s Beach Wednesday as an “amazing man” and “avid kayaker.”
Norwegian Airlines will begin service this summer from T. F. Green Airport (PVD) to Belfast, Cork, Dublin, Edinburgh and Shannon.
A body discovered early Wednesday morning on Teddy’s Beach has been identified as a Portsmouth man.
A body was discovered at Teddy’s Beach in Portsmouth Wednesday morning, confirmed an official source at the scene.
Six properties sold this week, including a house for more than $2.85 million. Check here to see which properties sold from Feb. 14 to 21 in Portsmouth.
The Portsmouth School Department has started its process of registering kindergarten students for the 2017-2018 school year.
Sacred Ground, an indie film highlighting the Newport International Polo Series, will make its world premiere at the Jane Pickens Theater, Newport.
Greenvale Vineyards invites children and parents to its 18th annual Jazz for Kids event to be held this week at the vineyard, 582 Wapping Road.
Meet “Moto,” our adoptable cat of the week. Moto, a white, domestic shorthair mix, is currently available for adoption at the Potter League for Animals.
Members of the Portsmouth Fire Department climbed Carnegie Tower Saturday to prepare for the Fight for Air Climb, an American Lung Association fundraiser.