Fr. Robert John Dunphy, 78, of Portsmouth died Sunday, November 27, 2016 peacefully, at home in Portsmouth after a heroic battle with cancer.
The Portsmouth Board of Canvassers will meet Friday, Dec. 2, 2016, at Town Hall to investigate a possible case of voter fraud.
PORTSMOUTH, R.I. — Portsmouth police are warning residents to be alert after multiple reports of home break-ins in the afternoon and early evening. The following…
From a Christmas tree lighting with Santa to musical performances, there’s plenty to see and do in Portsmouth this weekend.
Do you know me? The Potter League for Animals is searching for the owner of a lost dog found Wednesday evening on Mayflower Drive in Middletown.
The Aquidneck Land Trust (ALT) invites the public to attend a public forum entitled, “The Future of Clean Water: The Island Waters Public Forum.”
Volunteer elves announced the schedule for Santa’s Tour Portsmouth Tuesday night. Check below to find your neighborhood and night for Santa’s visit.
The family of the late Malcolm ‘Mac’ Chrupcala is raising funds for a memorial fund to benefit both students of music and animals in need.
Malcolm Warner “Mac” Chrupcala, 75, of Portsmouth died Saturday, November 26, 2016 at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA.
The outgoing Town Council approved a bond ordinance Monday night before the newly-elected council members were sworn into office.
A Portsmouth man allegedly unleashed a tirade full of swears at a bus driver in front of a student last week, according to Portsmouth police.
A Portsmouth man was arrested at 2:23 a.m. Saturday after an alleged hit and run involving a red Mitsubishi Eclipse and another vehicle on Sprague Street.
The town of Portsmouth held a swearing-in ceremony for newly elected officials Monday, Nov. 28, 2016 at Portsmouth Town Hall on East Main Road.
Small Business Saturday might be over, but shoppers can still shop local on Cyber Monday with these 5 Portsmouth Groupons.
Friends of Malcolm ‘Mac’ Chrupcala remembered the musician and teacher on social media Sunday after hearing about his passing.
John G. McDaid of Portsmouth responds to a letter to the editor from other publications, in which the author compared protesting to “anarchy.”
Cyber Monday isn’t just about TVs and big digital purchases. Portsmouth makers offer locally made Etsy items to purchase for the holiday season, too.