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Firefighter Andrew Jones dishes some greens as Gordon Silva, director of culinary services at Atria Aquidneck Place, looks on. Photo by Richard W. Dionne Jr.

Kitchen throwdown in Portsmouth

Kitchen throwdown in Portsmouth

Above: Firefighter Andrew Jones dishes some greens as Gordon Silva, director of culinary services at Atria Aquidneck Place, looks on. Photo by Richard W. Dionne Jr. PORTSMOUTH — It was a culinary challenge at Atria Aquidneck Place last week. In this corner we have Gordon Silvia, director of culinary services at Atria. In the other corner is

Karen Toti Photo Credit Katherine Gagliano

Karen’s Hair Design is Portsmouth’s Business of the Year

Above: Karen Toti of Karen’s Hair Design holds her award for being Portsmouth Business of the Year. PORTSMOUTH — Karen’s Hair Design, owned by Karen Toti, was named Portsmouth Business of the Year by the Portsmouth Business Association (PBA) during its annual meeting Wednesday. Ms. Toti is a longtime member of the local business community and former

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Portsmouth residents slam DOT’s plan for intersection

Above: R.I. Department of Transportation rendering of the proposed reconfiguration of the Park Avenue/East Main Road intersection. PORTSMOUTH — Town Council members and local residents had a strong message for state officials Monday night over plans for the intersection of East Main Road and Park Avenue: It ain’t broke, so don’t fix it. Officials from the

Participants anticipate the start of last year’s run/walk sponsored by the Portsmouth Business Association in Common Fence Point. Portsmouth High School students Jackson Reaper (far right) and Jake Elmslie (next to him) were the top two finishers.

Portsmouth run for scholarships is Saturday

PORTSMOUTH — Based on the success of last year’s Rhode Race, the Portsmouth Business Association (PBA) will host a 5K run/walk on Saturday, Nov. 8. All proceeds from the race will go toward the PBA Scholarship Fund. Each year, the PBA awards two $1,000 scholarships to exceptional Portsmouth High School students. The race will begin

Employees of Greenvale Vineyards, the Portsmouth Business Association’s 2014 “Business of the Year,” pose for a photo. Photo by Katherine Gagliano.

Greenvale Vineyards named Portsmouth ‘Business of the Year’

PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Business Association (PBA), at its annual meeting Wednesday, named Greenvale Vineyards as Portsmouth’s “2014 Business of the Year.” “Greenvale Vineyards is a great example of the entrepreneurial spirit required to start and run a small business,” said John C. Farley, PBA president. “Greenvale has become a leader in agriculture and tourism initiatives

Letter: Why were local businesses bypassed on website?

To the editor: An open letter to the Town Council and citizens of Portsmouth: The Portsmouth Business Association (PBA) would like to formally state its objection to the Portsmouth Town Council’s decision to award a contract without giving local businesses an opportunity to bid. The Town Council has contracted a website design firm, CivicPlus, based

Participants anticipate the start of the 3.75-mile run/walk in Common Fence Point Saturday. Jackson Reaper (far right)  and Jake Elmslie (next to him), both 16, would eventually finish in first and second place, respectively.

Running for scholarships in Portsmouth

PORTSMOUTH — John Farley, president of the Portsmouth Business Association (PBA), wasn’t sure what kind of turnout he’d have Saturday for the organization’s fund-raising 3.75-mile run/walk in Common Fence Point. “I was sweating it out,” he acknowledged before the start of the race. Luckily, the weather turned out to be perfect for a road race and

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