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You may want to wait until the weather warms up, but once it does you’ll be able to feast on a giant pretzel, Nashville chicken or house-cured pork belly right outside Tremblay’s Island … more
PORTSMOUTH — Mohamad Hajjar says he wants it to happen, but he needs the support of the neighbors. His Little Corner Store, which has been back in business “on an off” for … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Common Fence Point Community Center was a crowded place Friday night for “Articulations: An Outsider Art Show.” The show featured works of art that were … more
PORTSMOUTH — In keeping with its goal of opening its door to wider segments of the community, Common Fence Point Improvement Association (CFPIA) is hosting an upcoming art exhibit … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Common Fence Point Improvement Association (CFPIA) has been awarded a $94,000 matching grant to be used for improvements on its community hall at 933 Anthony Road. The … more
PORTSMOUTH — The R.I. Department of Environmental Management (RIDEM) has awarded about $770,000 in matching grants for three projects aimed at improving water quality in … more
PORTSMOUTH — Town Historian and Portsmouth Historical Society President Jim Garman will discuss the history of our local ferries and bridges in an illustrated lecture tonight. His … more
PORTSMOUTH — If the long lines on Wednesday were any indication, Common Fence Point Improvement Association’s (CFPIA) food truck series should be a success. The CFPIA debuted its … more
PORTSMOUTH — There were plenty of platform shoes, sequins, loud shirts and bell bottoms to be seen Friday night at the Common Fence Point Improvement Association’s “Disco … more
PORTSMOUTH — Contestants turned out in droves Sunday for the 14th annual Common Fence Point 5 Mile Road Race and 3 Mile Fun Walk. The event was a fund-raiser for the Portsmouth High … more
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