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PORTSMOUTH — It’s dodgeball time! The fifth annual Project Purple Dodgeball tournament will be held at 6 p.m. in the Portsmouth High School field house. The student group … more
Up until now, Wacom has dominated the drawing tablet industry. Professionals and hobbyists alike have been stuck with only one option. But thats starting to change. Companies like Apple, Huion, … more
PORTSMOUTH — Learn about the advent of mass transit in Portsmouth when Town Historian Jim Garman presents a lecture about Aquidneck Island trolleys at 6 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 28. The … more
PORTSMOUTH — Have any young sharpshooters in the family? They might want to prove their skills at the Knights of Columbus-sponsored youth basketball free-throw contest on Saturday, Jan. … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Newport Navy Choristers didn’t just sing yuletide favorites during their annual “Christmas in Song” concert held Friday night at St. Barnabas Church. They … more
PORTSMOUTH — Get into the holiday spirit this Saturday, Dec. 8, with The Sweetback Sisters’ 10th annual Country Christmas Singalong at the Portsmouth High School auditorium, 120 … more
PORTSMOUTH — Here comes Santa Claus! The 2018 Santa Tours begin this Saturday, Dec. 1. There will be "Santa runs" every night starting at 6 p.m. for eight nights (except Sunday), weather … more
WARREN — Citing poor ticket sales, Common Fence Music (CFM) has canceled tonight’s (Nov. 16) scheduled performance by Honeysuckle and Four Bridges at Hope & Main in … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School Drama Club will present the French comedy “Tartuffe” on Thursday to Saturday, Nov. 15 to 17, at 7 p.m. more
PORTSMOUTH — Kenneth Gloss, proprietor of the internationally known Brattle Book Shop in Boston’s Downtown Crossing section, will give a free and open talk about the value of old and … more
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