Random bags of kindness in Portsmouth

Posted 3/4/14

PORTSMOUTH — John Wesley (1703-1791) would have been proud to see those bags full of food outside the Portsmouth United Methodist Church this week.

The founder of the Methodist movement was all about giving back to the community, says …

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