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Once again, the Town Council has had to delay discussion on a controversial issue due to overcrowding at a meeting. more
PORTSMOUTH — It looks like the town won’t be buying Teddi’s Beach and the Stone Bridge abutment from the state after all. more
I have made a lot of friends fishing but have made just as many at coffee shops. Sorry to say my coffee friend Marc passed away Saturday after fighting pancreatic cancer for over a year. Fishing … more
PORTSMOUTH — A 47-year-old local man was arrested last week on an affidavit warrant charging him with assault. Shortly before 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 21, officers responded to the … more
PORTSMOUTH — The United States is continuing to lose local newspapers at a rate of more than two per week. That sobering statistic came from a report released last year by the Medill … more
PORTSMOUTH — Ryan Kilpatrick is moving on from his post as finance director for the Town of Portsmouth, but not before being honored by a prominent professional association. more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Patriots played hard, but it wasn’t enough to overcome a strong Middletown squad during the annual Thanksgiving Day football game   The … more
While it may seem like just another part of the daily routine to most, to some, showers are a luxury. When No Wrong Door, a division of Strategic Prevention Partnerships and Newport County Prevention … more
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