Interested in a program that offers proven methods to lose weight, increase activity and reduce your chances of getting diabetes? Make plans to attend a Prevent T2 interest meeting August 8, at 6 p.m. at the Portsmouth Extension Office.
Due to the excessive outside temperatures that are expected to continue until Monday, the City of Portsmouth will activate some of the “Cool City” Cooling Stations each day until Monday, July 22.
The Portsmouth Continuum of Care – Portsmouth Homeless Action Consortium -- is soliciting new and renewal project applications for inclusion in the CoC’s annual submission to the Dept. of Housing and Urban Development’s CoC competitive grant program.
The PR News Group, publishers of prnewsonline, recently announced that the City of Portsmouth's police lip-sync challenge video has been selected as a finalist in the 2019 PRNEWS’ Platinum PR Awards competition in the community engagement category.
It’s called Chat, Chew & You and it is designed as a quality of life engagement opportunity. Presented by the Portsmouth Police Dept., Chat, Chew and You will be held Sat., July 20, from noon to 3 p.m., at Woodrow Wilson High School, 1401 Elmhurst Lane.
The city of Portsmouth rolls out its 311 Non-Emergency Call Center effective today, July 1. Three-one-one (311) is a non-emergency phone number that residents can use to obtain information about city services, make complaints or convey citizen concerns.
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