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PORTSMOUTH — More state funding for schools, supporting an alternative LNG supply to Aquidneck Island, and improved internet service were among the top priorities local legislators need to … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Common Fence Point Preparedness Committee (CFPPC) is hosting “Offshore Wind and the Sakonnet River: A Dialogue for Coastal Communities II” from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on … more
PORTSMOUTH — A 67-year-old local man was arrested last week and charged with illegal possession of firearms as well as violating a domestic protective order. more
PORTSMOUTH — With wins over Prout and Chariho Friday night, the Portsmouth High School boys’ indoor track team made school history by posting its first undefeated regular season in … more
Rep. Michelle E. McGaw (Democrat, District 71 Tiverton, Little Compton, Portsmouth) has re-introduced legislation that would bar high-heat waste processing facilities in Rhode Island, after it … more
Eva Touhey thinks about trash a lot. At times, she finds joy in it. Touhey doesn’t necessarily want to pick through your trash, but she enjoys telling you where to put it — … more
PORTSMOUTH — After being informed it may expect a downgrade, the Town of Portsmouth learned last week that Moody’s Investors Service has maintained the municipality’s Aa2 bond … more
PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth High senior Emily Maiato scored 17 points in leading the Patriots to a 49-46 victory over Barrington in a Division I contest at home Monday night. The win improved … more
PORTSMOUTH — A 51-year-old local man was arrested last week and charged with domestic cyberstalking and cyber-harassment. Sean J. Paul, of 310 Boyds Lane, Apt. 3, was arrested at his home … more
PORTSMOUTH — A huge residential and marina village development proposed for Weaver Cove, a project that’s been kicking around in various forms for at least two decades, has returned for … more
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