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PORTSMOUTH — As it did last year, the School Committee voted unanimously Tuesday to throw its support behind state legislation that would ban anyone other than law enforcement officers to carry … more
PORTSMOUTH — The School Committee on Tuesday sent to the Town Council a $38.09 million budget for 2017-18 that represents an overall increase of 0.3 percent over the current spending … more
PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth public school students mini-vacation has been expanded once again. as classes have been cancelled for Tuesday, March 14. School was closed Friday due to last … more
PORTSMOUTH — From a young age Kendra Bowers was always concerned about protecting the environment, said her mother, Katherine Bowers. Kendra would regularly scold family members for … more
PORTSMOUTH — The “runway” was all theirs as more than a dozen models showed off the latest fashion trends Friday night in the Portsmouth High School auditorium. They were … more
PORTSMOUTH — Young tikes would be able to read a good story while hiking in the great outdoors if a proposal by a Portsmouth High School student gets town approval. Eve Lowrimore, for … more
In today’s changing world, a high school diploma is not enough to secure sustainable employment into the future. At least some college education is critical, and therefore should be part of the … more
PORTSMOUTH — The School Committee Tuesday night got its first look at a $38.33 million school budget draft for fiscal year 2018 that requests a 2.2-percent increase in the town’s … more
PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth public schools have canceled classes for Friday due to the major snowstorm that hit the area. The schools were closed today as well. St. Philomena School and … more
PORTSMOUTH — Local schools didn’t waste any time in canceling classes for Thursday in anticipation of a major snowstorm coming our way. There will be no school in Portsmouth … more
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