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State seeks new life for Tiverton's Chase Marina

State officials envision a bustling port thriving with shellfishing, aquaculture ventures and other marine industries at the former Chase Marina in Tiverton, and are looking for proposals for the …
Portsmouth Town Council ratifies 2 employee contracts
PORTSMOUTH — The Town Council, at its Aug. 9 meeting, unanimously ratified separate five-year contracts between the town and two … Read More
Portsmouth man charged with assaulting his brother
PORTSMOUTH — A 29-year-old Portsmouth man was charged with domestic assault and resisting arrest following an incident at … Read More
Mayflower Wind launches virtual exhibition room
PORTSMOUTH — Mayflower Wind, the developer of an offshore wind energy lease area located off the coast of Massachusetts that could … Read More
Portsmouth: Mayflower Wind reps grilled about cable route
PORTSMOUTH — During an informational meeting before the Town Council Tuesday night, Mayflower Wind representatives were peppered … Read More
Portsmouth: Rain, rain — please come here!
PORTSMOUTH — You may have been feeling a bit toasty over the past month, but it’s unlikely you experienced the heat and humidity … Read More
Portsmouth High catcher journeys to The Futures
PORTSMOUTH — Local resident and Portsmouth High School rising junior Nick Spaner is working toward his dream: Division 1 college … Read More
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Portsmouth Youth Soccer lists recent game results

PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Youth Soccer Association (PYSA) has been busy, busy, busy with games this summer. Here are some results from recent contests. July 11-14 U6 It was an …

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