Meet “Blaze,” our adoptable dog of the week. Blaze, a Boxer mix, is currently available for adoption at the Potter League for Animals.
The Portsmouth High School (PHS) girls’ indoor track team won various events at the Rhode Island state championships on Saturday.
Driving under the influence (DUI) charges top Portsmouth police reports this week. Featured below are reports from this past week’s arrests.
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.
Hathaway Elementary School held its father-daughter dance, the annual Sweetheart Dance, on Friday night. Check here for photos from the dance.
The Portsmouth Police and Fire Departments received a late Valentine’s Day gift from members of Atria Aquidneck Place on Friday.
Do you know someone in human resources that’s looking for a new job? The town of Portsmouth is looking for a new human resources director.
A water main break on West Main Road, south of Union Street, Thursday resulted in lane closures late Thursday and on Friday.
The Rhode Island Association of Fire Chiefs held a press conference Thursday to explain the state’s new 30-minute CPR protocol.
The Rhode Island Police Accreditation Commission recently awarded the Portsmouth Police Department with an an award of accreditation.
Some government offices and local organizations will be closed Monday for Presidents Day. Here’s a look at what’s opened and closed for the holiday.
The town of Portsmouth revealed a new look to its website Thursday. What do you think about the new look? Tell us in our poll or the comment section below.
Atria Aquidneck Place will compete in the Newport Winter Festival’s 22nd annual Chili Cook-Off presented by Samuel Adams.
Julia Loretta Plourde, 87, of Portsmouth died Saturday, February 11, 2017 at home in Portsmouth, surrounded by her loving family.
The 29th annual Newport Winter Festival returns with plenty of school break activities for both children and parents – just in time for winter break!
St. Mary’s Church treated the Portsmouth Fire Department and employees of the Department of Public Works to a free dinner Sunday evening.
Frank Nekrasz, 85, of Portsmouth, RI, died comfortably and peacefully on Saturday, February 11, 2017, while visiting family in Mahomet, IL.