Keyword: Portsmouth Fire Department
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PORTSMOUTH — About 30 years after the late Henry “Hawk” Silvia revived the Santa Tours in Portsmouth, family members and a group of dedicated volunteers are still bringing … more
PORTSMOUTH — By learning cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), members of the public become valuable partners with first responders when it comes to saving lives, according to Lt. Dominic … more
PORTSMOUTH — For the past two years, says Vonnie Nordby, the residents of Portsmouth Housing have been looking at an empty flagpole. “The flag has been missing for two years and … more
PORTSMOUTH/TIVERTON — It appeared to be one the largest mutual-aid rescues ever seen in the Sakonnet River, as a couple dozen first responders from Portsmouth, Tiverton and beyond … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Fire Department hosted its annual open house Sunday, giving kids and their parents a crash course on firefighting and rescue techniques, CPR, and what to do in … more
PORTSMOUTH — Police and EMTs are responding to more and more opioid overdoses and seeing younger users every year, according to Police Chief Thomas Lee and Fire Chief Michael … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Fire Department will host an open house at the fire station from noon to 2 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 15. more
PORTSMOUTH — Be careful where you leave your car in town, because it will now cost you significantly more if you get a ticket. Following the recommendation of Police Chief Thomas F. … more
PORTSMOUTH — Brian Jodoin thought he was being set up to lose, but he came out victorious Thursday in Atria Aquidneck Place’s annual Chef’s Challenge. Chef Jodoin, director … more
PORTSMOUTH — Michael O’Brien said it’s “kind of funny” how he rose up through ranks of the Portsmouth Fire Department, starting as a young firefighter before making … more
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