The PR News Group held its annual Platinum PR Awards Dinner Gala Sept. 17, in New York City. The city of Portsmouth entered the Police Department Lip-Sync video challenge and received an “Honorable Mention” in the Community Engagement category.
As the Commonwealth marks the third annual Feed Virginia Day of Action, Gov. Ralph Northam and his administration’s Children’s Cabinet announced the launch of FeedVA.org, an interactive tool to connect partners in an effort to help end childhood hunger.
On Fri., Sept. 13, the Ports. Police Dept. was alerted to a news story that made several allegations in reference to the quality of service a citizen received when requesting assistance. An internal review of the incident was launched.
The Bon Secours Family Focus project will host a "Raising Safe Kids" workshop Tuesdays, October 1 to November 19, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., at Maryview Medical Center, 2nd Floor Conference Room A. The series is free.
A "Poverty Study Presentation" has been scheduled during a Public Work Session Monday, September 23 at 6 p.m. The meeting will be held at Portsmouth City Hall, 801 Crawford St., 6th Floor.
The Virginia Dept. of Elections will participate in National Voter Registration Day Tues., Sept. 24, 2019. Volunteers and organizations will encourage all eligible Virginians to register to vote and increase awareness of voter registration opportunities.
On Oct. 4 and 5, the historic Attucks Theatre will continue its celebration of the anniversary of its founding with the 100th Anniversary Community Celebration. The two-day celebration will add a community element to the Attucks Centennial celebration.
If you’re interested in Portsmouth’s downtown look, feel and design, and you want to get involved in meaningful volunteer work, have we got an opportunity for you! The Downtown Design Committee is seeking volunteers.
As a new academic year begins and schools across the Commonwealth return to session, Governor Ralph Northam today urged motorists to do their part to keep Virginia’s students safe.
As an outgrowth of the Portsmouth City Council retreat held earlier this year, where the body developed its list of high-profile initiatives called City Council’s 4 Big Things, the city has launched a blog to continue telling the Portsmouth story.
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