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PORTSMOUTH — In separate incidents on Tuesday, Dec. 12, police charged two men with making threats to public officials. The first took place around 5:30 p.m., when Antonio P. Vieira, … more
PORTSMOUTH — A discussion about a Aquidneck Island Planning Commission (AIPC) questionnaire was used as an opportunity for critics to hurl verbal grenades at the organization during Monday … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Trash Collaborative (portsmouthtrash@gmail.com) has scheduled two more signup events for Saturday, Dec. 16. The collaborative has negotiated a group rate for … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Town Council Monday night approved a list of upcoming dates for review of the municipal budget for the 2018-2019 fiscal year. A joint Town Council/School Committee … more
PORTSMOUTH — Town Council President Keith Hamilton has accused two members of Portsmouth Concerned Citizens (PCC) of improperly contacting the private firm responsible for conducting the … more
PORTSMOUTH — After seven years in Middletown, Boss Man Burgers is back where it belongs, owner Jason Peters said. “It feels great to come back to Portsmouth. It’s been my … more
There's snow, holiday shopping, fairs, festivals and music, but despite all the distrations, the real estate market chugs along. More than 20 East Bay homes are open for viewing this weekend, with … more
TIVERTON — The Portsmouth High School girls' basketball team beat Tiverton, 53-35, in a non-league injury fund game at Tiverton High School Friday night. more
PORTSMOUTH — Two people were hurt in an accident shortly before noon Thursday on East Main Road, just north of Bramans Lane. According to Portsmouth Police Detective Lt. Michael C. … more
PORTSMOUTH — A late Portsmouth resident who was known as a philanthropist and humanitarian, artist, author, photographer and suffragette was one of 13 people inducted into the Rhode Island … more
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