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PORTSMOUTH — If you’ve been frustrated with the Town of Portsmouth’s website, you’re not alone. However, help is on the way if the Town Council ends up hiring a full-time … more
PORTSMOUTH — Here are some recent highlights from the Portsmouth Police reports: Monday, April 26 Rachael S. Rego, 21, of 40 Jesse Drive, was charged with domestic assault after police … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Administrative Board for the Portsmouth Water and Fire District approved a $4.91 million operating budget for its 2022 fiscal year starting May 1, and no increase in the … more
To the editor: I would like to reinforce a statement that I made at the budget meeting last Tuesday. The Portsmouth public school district is the crown jewel of our community. It is the main … more
PROVIDENCE — The Portsmouth Patriots varsity football team’s impressive season came to end Friday night at the hands of La Salle Academy, whose offense proved to be too strong as the … more
It was a different kind of bake sale fund-raiser Saturday morning at Clements’ Marketplace. Instead of muffins, cookies and pies, you got to bring home five gallons of dirt. Well, not … more
PORTSMOUTH — You’ve driven by it countless number of times but probably haven’t given it a second thought. more
Kenneth H. Lyons, 97, former USS Wasp Commanding Officer and President, Newport Historical Society and Newport Rotary, died April 6, 2021. He was a retired U.S. Navy Captain, Certified Financial … more
PORTSMOUTH — High school students ages 16 to 18 from Portsmouth and Little Compton may register for a COVID-19 vaccine, the first dose of which will be administered Friday, May 7. The … more
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