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Mathew Palmer, 5, pretends he’s driving an excavator brought to the Touch-a-Truck event by East Coast Construction.

Touch-a-Truck raises $3,200 for Portsmouth library

Touch-a-Truck raises $3,200 for Portsmouth library

Above: Mathew Palmer, 5, pretends he’s driving an excavator brought to the Touch-a-Truck event by East Coast Construction. Photo by Jim McGaw. PORTSMOUTH — This was better than being a kid in a candy store. At Saturday’s Touch-a-Truck, the Portsmouth Free Public Library’s annual fund-raiser, kids get to climb into some BIG vehicles and act out their

Library assistant Owen Midgley checks in books at the Portsmouth Free Public Library. Photo by Richard W. Dionne Jr.

Portsmouth library’s a great resource of information

Above, library assistant Owen Midgley checks in books at the Portsmouth Free Public Library. To the editor: Many thanks for the article in last week’s Portsmouth Times on the Portsmouth Free Public Library. As a library user and support, I am surprised that many people do not realize what a great resource of information and

Library volunteer Anne Tessier shelves incoming books at the Portsmouth Free Public Library. Photo by Richard W. Dionne Jr.

Portsmouth could really use a library cop

Above: Library volunteer Anne Tessier shelves incoming books at the Portsmouth Free Public Library. Photo by Richard W. Dionne Jr. PORTSMOUTH — Calling Mr. Bookman: You’re needed at the town’s library. The “library cop” played by Philip Baker Hall in a 1991 episode of “Seinfeld” would chase down “library delinquents,” even showing up at their door

Portsmouth Superintendent of Schools Ana Riley will greet residents at two informal receptions at the library.

Meet Portsmouth’s school leaders Nov. 12, 19

PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth School Committee is hosting two informal welcome receptions for new Superintendent Ana Riley and Assistant Superintendent Tom Kenworthy. The committee encourages Portsmouth residents to come meet, chat and have a cup of coffee with Ms. Riley and Mr. Kenworthy, who were both hired within the past five months. The meet-and-greet receptions

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 — 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

Letter: Thanks for making ’Taste of Portsmouth’ a success

To the editor: Portsmouth Free Public Library recently held its 15th annual fund-raiser,“The Taste of Portsmouth.” Nearly 200 people attended the event which showcased local restaurants, breweries, wineries and liquor stores who all donated specialty items from their businesses. Items were also donated for the silent auction and the building was beautifully decorated with floral

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