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PORTSMOUTH — By learning cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), members of the public become valuable partners with first responders when it comes to saving lives, according to Lt. Dominic … more
PORTSMOUTH — “We gave them all they can handle,” Ryan Moniz told his players after their Division-I semifinal loss to La Salle Academy Friday night. “We threw the kitchen sink … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Police Department received a National Gold award from AAA Northeast for the quality of its traffic safety education and enforcement programs.  AAA … more
PORTSMOUTH — Ruby Gomes has had bullseyes in her sights for five years now, but her ultimate target is the 2020 Summer Olympics. The Portsmouth High School senior and rifle-shooter … more
This letter was written in response to the recent death of Judi Staven, a former member of the Portsmouth Town Council. To the editor: Judi was more than a friend. She was a confidante, a … more
PORTSMOUTH — Even at the ripe age of 90, Dina Occhi still had her hands in running the family business, The Valley Inn restaurant, a Portsmouth institution for 60 years. “She … more
PORTSMOUTH — Taking the first step in developing a waterfront park at the end of Bristol Ferry Road, the Town Council Monday night voted unanimously to authorize Town Planner Gary Crosby … more
PORTSMOUTH — For the past two years, says Vonnie Nordby, the residents of Portsmouth Housing have been looking at an empty flagpole. “The flag has been missing for two years and … more
PORTSMOUTH — More than 100 residents were honored at Town Hall Monday night for their military service in Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm. These veterans served … more
PORTSMOUTH — Those special trash bags are coming. The Town Council Monday night voted unanimously to start a pay-as-you-throw (PAYT) program at the transfer station early next … more
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