Keyword: Portsmouth Zoning Board of Review
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PORTSMOUTH — It looks like an O’Reilly Auto Parts store is coming to Portsmouth. The Zoning Board of Review voted 4-1 Thursday night to approve developer Gary Eucalitto’s … more
Abutters raised concerns over traffic, hazardous materials, building aesthetics, lighting and more during Thursday's Zoning Board of Review hearing on a plan to bring an O’Reilly Auto Parts store to Portsmouth. more
PORTSMOUTH — Opponents of a proposal to locate an O’Reilly Auto Parts next to the Dollar General at the corner of East Main Road and Sprague Street will have to wait another month to … more
PORTSMOUTH — A hearing on a plan to build an O’Reilly Auto Parts next to the Dollar General on East Main Road was continued to May 18 by the Zoning Board of Review Thursday … more
PORTSMOUTH — Town officials had hoped to put the Heidi Drive case behind them when they agreed to pay a $800,000 settlement to Rhode Island Nurseries last year. But the controversy was … more
To the editor: I agree with Mr. Borden, a member of our zoning board, that the Patriot Petroleum application is a better use than the Target from 2007.  Target was almost five times the … more
PORTSMOUTH — Where Target failed to locate a superstore years ago, Patriot Petroleum succeeded. more
PORTSMOUTH — Owners of another well-known local farm have received permission to run special events on their property. more
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