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PORTSMOUTH — After a one-year hiatus due to COVID-19 concerns, the annual New Year’s Day “Polar Dive” at Island Park Beach is returning this Saturday, Jan. 1. more
PORTSMOUTH — Santa may have finished his tractor rounds around town, but kids will have another chance to meet with him this Saturday at St. John’s Lodge, 81 Sprague St. more
The Little Compton Historical Society will hold a free town-wide, self-guided tour of Little Compton farms and agricultural businesses this coming Saturday, Oct. 2. The farms will offer a behind the … more
PORTSMOUTH — Another Portsmouth COVID vaccination clinic is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 17,  from 1-3 p.m. or 4-7 p.m. at Portsmouth High School. Although this clinic is primarily for … more
PORTSMOUTH — It will be nine months late, but the “Polar Plunge” bonfire, normally scheduled for New Year’s Day, will be ignited at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 4, at Island Park … more
PORTSMOUTH — Quidditch may have begun as a fictional sport played between the four Hogwarts house teams in the Harry Potter movie series, but it will be very real when a land-based version … more
PORTSMOUTH — Green Animals Topiary Garden will be buzzing this summer when David Rogers’ Big Bugs takes over from Friday, June 25, through Sunday, Oct. 3. more
PORTSMOUTH — In cooperation with the Portsmouth Tree Commission, the Portsmouth Historical Society will host an Earth Day tree planting at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 24, in honor of the late … more
PORTSMOUTH — No, it has nothing to do with Lady Gaga. It involves a sided “pit,” several players and a ball they bat around with their hands. It’s called GaGa (or GaGa … more
PORTSMOUTH — Using a long trash-picker, Jen Haga reached way over a thicket of brush along the west edge of Thurston Gray Pond Tuesday morning to grab her first piece of trash for the … more
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