The time is upon us once again – the leaves have changed color, there is a crisp chill in the air, a turkey is roasting golden in the oven and Aunt Mildred has had way too much wine; it’s the Thanksgiving Holiday
Legend Brewing Company’s Owner & Founder, Thomas Martin, signed the lease for the company’s next phase on Sept. 27, 2016
A stroll along Portsmouth’s cobbled streets reveals a scenic waterfront, trendy cafes and shops, and a rich historical past. But many tourists and residents don’t realize the City’s best-kept secret.
There’s one other aspect to Portsmouth’s potential as a port facility that promises to be a game changer of epic proportion
Got an idea for a restaurant? Olde Towne Portsmouth has a space for you
On Thursday, December 8th, all Portsmouth Public Library locations will be closed in the morning and will open at 1 p.m. Due to scheduled staff in-service and training sessions
As the Hampton, Portsmouth, and Suffolk localities join the four existing cities eligible for federal and Commonwealth disaster aid, residents with damage who haven’t registered directly with FEMA, need to do so before the January 3, 2017 deadline
The Public is invited to an open house to learn about the new transfer station to be built in the City of Portsmouth.
With the holidays quickly approaching, the Portsmouth Police Department wishes to remind citizens of several tips that can help them stay safe while decorating their home this holiday season.
On Saturday, December 10th, The City of Portsmouth will host the inaugural Children’s Christmas Parade at 10am along High Street. Stick around after the parade as the sounds of the season come alive for the 19th Annual Olde Towne Holiday Music Festival.
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced over the weekend that Portsmouth - along with Hampton and Suffolk - has been added to the federal government’s “Individual Assistance” disaster declaration to help with damages caused by Hurricane Matthew last month.
Portsmouth planning officials asked for citizen input as they update the City’s comprehensive plan, and it got just that. More than 100 people showed up at the two public workshops offered on Nov. 10.
Portsmouth Public Library, in partnership with the Food Pantry at Oasis Social Ministry, announces its annual Food for Fines Drive from November 14 through December 10.
The Department of Public Utilities’ Annual Water Quality Report is Available