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PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Middle School Glee Club took its show on the road today as members performed a holiday program for an appreciative audience at Hathaway Elementary School. Club … more
PORTSMOUTH — The old gym at Portsmouth High School resembled a military boot camp Monday, with about 60 students following orders from two Navy SEALs to perform pushups, carry weights and race … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth school district has been ranked as the third best public school district in Rhode Island in the 2017 Niche Best School Districts rankings. more
PORTSMOUTH — Go ahead, book that family trip to Disney World for February 2018. The School Committee Tuesday night voted unanimously to retain February vacation as part of its 2017-2018 … more
PORTSMOUTH — After booking their trip to Washington, D.C. for the Presidential Inauguration next month, Sophia Domingoes and Lily Van Petten were all revved up to witness an unprecedented … more
PORTSMOUTH — The thought of children going without books just doesn’t sit well with Amelia Riveire. So when the third-grader at St. Philomena School learned that a school in … more
PORTSMOUTH — For the first time in years, there’s apparently good news when it comes to local youths’ drinking habits. more
PORTSMOUTH — Call it romance coming full circle. Thirteen years after Josh Booth and Taylor Hamilton first passed notes to each other inside a third-grade classroom at Hathaway School, … more
PORTSMOUTH — Emily Copeland got a trial by fire at Hathaway School Friday morning. As “principal of the day,” she didn’t even get the benefit of a dress rehearsal as a … more
PORTSMOUTH — The town has decided that two school resource officers are better than one. After creating the position of school resource officer (SRO) last year at Portsmouth High … more
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