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PORTSMOUTH — Its buildings may be closed due to the pandemic, but the Portsmouth Historical Society is still giving visitors the opportunity to experience a little bit of local … more
PORTSMOUTH — What a difference a day makes. On Sunday, May 3, Rick Lauder was preparing for a contentious legal battle regarding ownership of the Portsmouth Friends Meeting House, the … more
Elizabeth Sands (Elliot) Bolles, 92, of Portsmouth, died peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family on March 23, 2020.  Elizabeth, known to all as “Bambi,” was born in … more
PORTSMOUTH — Nearly 100 people turned out Saturday, March 7, to see what all the fuss was about the Friends Meeting House, the former Quaker church that was built in 1700, closed in 2017, … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Compact once again was busted out of its vault at the State Archives to make a brief appearance for public viewing at Town Hall Friday, March 6. As a bonus. the … more
PORTSMOUTH — Rick Lauder said it’s a real shame.  “It kills me to see the church closed and I drive past every day and see the weeds growing,” said the … more
Civic support requests from local nonprofits was a hot-button issue during last year’s budget process, something the Town Council is looking to avoid this go-around. more
PORTSMOUTH — A public hearing has been scheduled for Monday, March 9, on  CJ’s Pub’s request to permanently expand its service area at 568 Park Ave., which would allow patrons … more
PORTSMOUTH — Want to keep seeing those fireworks and concerts in Island Park, or maybe Christmas lights or a St. Patrick’s Day party in the future?  Then consider taking part … more
PORTSMOUTH — Local nonprofits vying for civic support from the town during budget deliberations next spring will need to make their case in writing by mid-January under a new set of rules … more
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