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PORTSMOUTH — Two Portsmouth High School students are doing their part to put more guitars into the hands of their classmates. more
PORTSMOUTH — The school district is ramping up efforts to keep students safe on local school buses. In light of several school bus accidents involving other vehicles in recent months … more
PORTSMOUTH — All public schools, Town Hall and the Hedly Street and Prudence Island transfer stations will be closed on Thursday, Jan. 4, due to the impending winter storm. A parking … more
PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth’s roads have become so treacherous that the town should consider police escorts for school buses or even ban buses from traversing a major section of East … more
PORTSMOUTH — Before they left for winter break on Friday, students at Portsmouth Middle School were treated to a holiday concert presented by the seventh- and eighth-grade bands in the … more
PORTSMOUTH — Last month, Margie Brennan was excited to see the Portsmouth High School Drama Club’s production of “Harvey,” Mary Chase’s play about Elwood P. Dowd … more
PORTSMOUTH — John Maedke, Evan Beese and Emmaline Wilson had to deal with a problem most Americans don’t worry about but which afflicts millions of people the world over: dirty … more
PORTSMOUTH — The School Committee has unanimously approved a policy that authorizes the continued use of trained drug-sniffing dogs in periodic searches of students’ lockers and … more
PORTSMOUTH — The School Committee is expected to discuss and possibly take action Tuesday, Dec. 12, on a policy authorizing the use of trained drug-sniffing dogs in periodic searches of … more
PORTSMOUTH — No injuries were reported after a school bus and car collided this morning on East Main Road and Hedly Street, police said. According to Detective Lt. Michael C. Arnold, … more
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