Keyword: Portsmouth Fire Department
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PORTSMOUTH — Not many kids can say they rode to school in a fire truck. Grayson and Ariella Pimental can. They met at the fire station with Lt. Allen Levesque and Firefighter Ismael … more
PORTSMOUTH — Fire Chief Michael Cranson, who’s been with the department since he was a 19-year-old living at home, has announced his retirement effective June 30. more
PORTSMOUTH — A 21-year-old woman had to be extricated using the Jaws of Life after an early morning accident Thursday, May 10. According to Police Detective Lt. Michael C. Arnold, at … more
PORTSMOUTH — Town workers and volunteers gathered at Portsmouth High School Friday to prepare for something they hope never happens: a town-wide pandemic or other medical … more
PORTSMOUTH — “In this ever-changing world of agricultural practices, it takes a special talent to succeed,” says Walter Elwell, a member of the Portsmouth Grange 29 Patrons of … more
PORTSMOUTH — Dozens of students and workers had to be evacuated from the Baypoint Residence and Conference Center on Anthony Road Thursday morning after smoke was spotted coming from one … more
PORTSMOUTH — A body was found during the search through the remains of one of the homes destroyed by fire early Wednesday morning.   "We did discover a body, but we have no identification yet," Fire … more
PORTSMOUTH — A raging fire fueled by winds off the Sakonnet River destroyed two homes and badly damaged another early Wednesday morning in Common Fence Point.  Three residents who … more
PORTSMOUTH — A 61-year-old man driving an SUV that was involved in a serious head-on collision on the Escape Bridge Monday morning was later transported to a hospital by a Boston MedFlight helicopter. more
PORTSMOUTH — A couple safely escaped a two-alarm fire that “completely destroyed” their mobile home at Sunny Acres off Bristol Ferry Road Sunday morning, Fire Chief Michael Cranson said. more
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