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Richard Talipsky of the Portsmouth 375th Steering Committee shows the new website: www.portsmouthhistorycenter.org. Photo by Jim McGaw.

Portsmouth History Center opens at library

Portsmouth History Center opens at library

PORTSMOUTH — Volunteers’ hard work during last year’s 375th anniversary bore fruit Saturday when the Portsmouth History Center was officially opened in a small ceremony at the library. The year-long celebration of the town’s founding in 1638 raised about $24,000 — Rep. Linda Finn also secured two, $1,000 legislative grants for the project — which went into establishing

This photo provided by Island Park resident John McDaid shows one of Town Council member David Gleason’s campaign signs, incorporating the Portsmouth 375th anniversary logo, along Park Avenue.

Portsmouth candidate defends use of 375th logo on sign

PORTSMOUTH — Town Council candidate David Gleason is defending his campaign signs after a local resident accused him of “degrading” the Portsmouth 375th logo by using it in political advertising. In an e-mail sent Saturday morning to Town Council members, Town Administrator John Klimm and two members of the Portsmouth 375th Steering Committee, Island Park resident

Nigel and Sharyn on the motorcycle they’re taking around the world. They’ll be welcomed by the Portsmouth Town Council at 10:30 a.m. this Saturday, Sept. 13, at Portsmouth Town Hall.

Motorcycle riders from Portsmouth, UK here Saturday

PORTSMOUTH — A married couple from our sister city in England will be making a pit stop here Saturday during their round-the-world motorcycle tour to benefit the Samaritans in Portsmouth, UK. Nigel and Sharyn Tailyour left Portsmouth, England last April on a journey to raise awareness and funds for their Night Owl “Hotline” project for folks

Letter: Thanks to Portsmouth 375th Steering Committee

To the editor: What an exciting year it was for Portsmouth residents celebrating the town’s 375th anniversary! From the Jan. 1 Polar Dive, an event which attracted hundreds of people, to the Dec. 31 Polar Plunge, the 375th Steering Committee offered a wife range of events for townspeople of all ages. James Garman’s series of