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PORTSMOUTH — Local veterans of Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm will be honored on Monday, Nov. 13, starting at 6 p.m. at Portsmouth Town Hall. If you are a veteran … more
PORTSMOUTH — See the fruits of their labors when advanced-placement photography students from Portsmouth High School exhibit their images of local historical scenes. Along with AP … more
PORTSMOUTH — The public is invite to a free program, “Conservation for Livestock Producers,” that will be held at Cloverbud Ranch, Jepson Lane, at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. … more
PORTSMOUTH — Town Historian and Portsmouth Historical Society President Jim Garman will discuss the history of our local ferries and bridges in an illustrated lecture tonight. His … more
Pumpkin growers from across New England will be chasing a world record when they converge on Frerichs Farm Saturday for the Southern New England Giant Pumpkin Growers’ annual weigh-off, … more
PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth High School’s sports “pioneers” will be honored in a special ceremony Oct. 14, and advance tickets are now on sale. The Portsmouth Athletic … more
PORTSMOUTH — One of the goals for the venerable Common Fence Music series has been to build a younger audience, and new artistic director Erin Young said it may have found the … more
PORTSMOUTH/WARREN — Here’s the complete schedule for this fall’s Common Fence Music series, which is being held at two different locations: the main stage at the Common Fence … more
I started six zucchini plants indoors. Four made it outside and then only two survived the rabbits, rain and squirrels. Thank goodness only two survived! We’ve already had about 10 zucchini and … more
PORTSMOUTH — If the long lines on Wednesday were any indication, Common Fence Point Improvement Association’s (CFPIA) food truck series should be a success. The CFPIA debuted its … more
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