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PORTSMOUTH — There’s a new council in town. A swearing-in ceremony was held Monday night at Town Hall for candidates elected to Town Council, School Committee and the office of … more
PORTSMOUTH — By the end of this month, the transfer station should have a new look that town officials say will make things more convenient — and safer — for … more
PORTSMOUTH — Clemens Equine, LLC of Middletown has been selected as the town’s partner to operate and maintain the equine facility at Lower Glen Farm. The 11-acre Lower Glen Farm … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Water and Fire District will be flushing water mains from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. per the following schedule: • Tuesday, Oct. 18: Willow Lane and Sprague … more
PORTSMOUTH — Owners of another well-known local farm have received permission to run special events on their property. more
PORTSMOUTH — There are seven seats for two-year terms up for grabs on the Town Council this election year.  The only problem is, eight Democrats have thrown their hats into the … more
PORTSMOUTH — When you arrive at the polls on Sept. 13 for the Primary Election or on Nov. 8 for the General Election, you’ll notice a couple of changes: a new ballot and a new digital … more
PORTSMOUTH — The town isn’t excluding itself from mandatory inspections and pump-outs of local septic systems. On Tuesday it began inspections of its own systems, starting at Town … more
PRUDENCE ISLAND — Outdoor water use is banned on weekends and restricted on weekdays on Prudence Island, the Prudence Island Water District announced on Tuesday. Restrictions are needed … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Town Council Monday night awarded a $1.83 million contract to low bidder PJ Keating Company of Fairhaven, Mass. to carry out road improvements to Narragansett Avenue on … more
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