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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
PORTSMOUTH/TIVERTON — It appeared to be one the largest mutual-aid rescues ever seen in the Sakonnet River, as a couple dozen first responders from Portsmouth, Tiverton and beyond … more
PORTSMOUTH — Police and EMTs are responding to more and more opioid overdoses and seeing younger users every year, according to Police Chief Thomas Lee and Fire Chief Michael … more
PORTSMOUTH —  Acting on the recommendation of Police Chief Thomas Lee, the Town Council Monday voted unanimously to ask the state to make it easier and safer for pedestrians to cross … more
PORTSMOUTH — The town has selected the builder for the new police station and work is expected to start Oct. 1. The Town Council Monday night voted unanimously to accept the lowest base … more
PORTSMOUTH — Be careful where you leave your car in town, because it will now cost you significantly more if you get a ticket. Following the recommendation of Police Chief Thomas F. … more
PORTSMOUTH — Three town employees were singled out for their excellent service by the Town Council Tuesday night. The council named two recipients of the inaugural Employee of the Year … more
PORTSMOUTH — Members of the Portsmouth Police Department are looking forward to greeting members of the public during National Night Out on Tuesday, Aug. 1, at Sandy Point Beach. The event … more
PORTSMOUTH — Brian Jodoin thought he was being set up to lose, but he came out victorious Thursday in Atria Aquidneck Place’s annual Chef’s Challenge. Chef Jodoin, director … more
PORTSMOUTH — Two men were charged with using illegal fireworks during separate displays in Common Fence Point Saturday night, July 1. Shortly before 9 p.m., two officers investigated a … more
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