The well-known local Beatles tribute band, Abbey Rhode, wished its fans a “Merry Christmas” with a former video on social media Wednesday.
A Portsmouth resident photographed the moon over McCorrie Point Beach in Portsmouth Wednesday night. Did you take pictures of the moon?
A Portsmouth resident caught coyotes hunting in his neighborhood only days before a coyote caused a major traffic jam on West Main Road.
Danny, a domestic mix of a cat with medium hair, is currently available for adoption at the Potter League for Animals in Middletown.
Looking for a new job? Here’s a list of 10 local Portsmouth businesses hiring for new employees this week.
A coyote is being blamed for at least 2 of 3 accidents Tuesday morning on West Main Road. The crashes involved 10 vehicles, including a police car.
The Portsmouth Town Council approved a new sticker price for the Portsmouth Transfer Station at its meeting Monday night.
The Navy Band paid a special visit to Hathaway Elementary School on Tuesday, leading the students in a holiday sing-a-long.
Dangerous wind chills, single-digit temperatures and snow could hit the Portsmouth area this week, starting Thursday into Friday.
The Portsmouth Police Department is offering a free shoplifting warning sign to display at local businesses.
From a Dog Park Preview to Pet Photos With Santa, there’s plenty of weekend events happening in Portsmouth (weather permitting).
Sugar, a brown American Staffordshire Terrier mix, is currently available for adoption at the Potter League for Animals in Middletown.
An elderly woman who was struck by a car Friday evening on East Main Road is still being treated for significant injuries, according to Portsmouth Fire Deputy Chief Michael O’Brien.
PORTSMOUTH, R.I. — Delphine Elizabeth “Liz” (Moore) Davis, age 67, of Portsmouth died Friday, December 9, 2016, at the Miriam Hospital. Liz was born on June…
Dozens of Portsmouth pet owners and their four-legged family members visited the new Portsmouth Dog Park for its first Preview Day on Saturday, Dec. 10.
Portsmouth could see snow tonight before precipitation turns over to rain, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
Portsmouth police are seeking toy and gift card donations for its 2016 holiday drive, which aims to”help spread the holiday cheer throughout Portsmouth!”