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PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Free Public Library was a lively place Sunday night for the annual Christmas tree-lighting ceremony. After Santa Claus arrived by fire truck around 6 p.m., … more
PORTSMOUTH — More than 50 people were staring into the sun outside the Portsmouth Free Public Library for today’s partial solar eclipse. They did it safely, however, with library staff … more
To the editor: On behalf of the Portsmouth Free Public Library I would like to thank Newport Polo for sponsoring the second annual Newport Polo All Charity Day.  Through this great event … more
PORTSMOUTH — No one can ever accuse the young thespians at St. Andrew’s School of keeping it light. more
PORTSMOUTH — If you’ve visited the Portsmouth Free Public Library recently, you may have noticed some changes to the reading room to the right as you enter the building. Seeking … more
PORTSMOUTH — Two hundred and forty-one years after it was adopted in Philadelphia, the Declaration of Independence was remembered this Fourth of July morning with a public reading outside … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Free Public Library will hold its annual Touch-a-Truck event on Saturday, May 6, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Glen Park.  Children (and adults) can get up … more
Young tikes will soon be able to read a good story while hiking in the great outdoors now that a Portsmouth High School student’s idea has town approval. more
PORTSMOUTH — Long before it became the place “where you can find peaceful solitude and scenic views,” Prudence Island was a farming community similar to other mainland cites … more
PORTSMOUTH — Town Historian and Portsmouth Historical Society President Jim Garman will present an illustrated lecture on Island Park’s history from 6:30-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 15, … more
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