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PORTSMOUTH — A Windstone Drive resident, whose 80-pound Labrador retriever was brutally mauled by a coyote Tuesday night, is warning others to take extra precautions to keep their pets … more
PORTSMOUTH — A juvenile was prevented from jumping from the Mt. Hope Bridge by police and several citizens Sunday night, Dec. 1. According to Detective Lt. John Cahoon, Portsmouth … more
PORTSMOUTH — The National Prescription Take Back Day 2019 is Saturday, Oct. 26, and the Portsmouth Police Department is one of the agencies taking part.  Citizens looking to dispose of … more
PORTSMOUTH — With some of his strongest police officers in front of him and a couple of civilian tykes to the rear, Police Chief Brian Peter’s team couldn’t lose the tug-of-war … more
PORTSMOUTH — When Brian Peters unexpectedly retired as deputy police chief in March 2018 after 20 years on the force, Police Chief Thomas Lee remarked that he had always wanted his … more
PORTSMOUTH — Rosemary Davidson slowly scanned the long stone wall running north to south at Glen Park, where youngsters play soccer, baseball and softball, run-cross country, take part in … more
PORTSMOUTH — A local resident has proposed a novel fix for what he characterized as unsightly “dirt strips” along both sides of East Main Road in the north end of town: fill … more
PORTSMOUTH — With the smell of fresh paint still wafting in the air, Police Chief Thomas Lee on Monday gave members of the media a tour of the department’s new police station, which … more
PORTSMOUTH — A Bristol woman was charged with driving while intoxicated after her car struck another vehicle on the Mt. Hope Bridge Tuesday night, Dec. 18, police said. Portsmouth … more
PORTSMOUTH — A 35-year-old local man was arrested early Sunday morning, Dec. 16, after he allegedly fired a handgun while intoxicated. more
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