Four weeks from today, at 8:46 a.m., the Portsmouth Police Department will hold the annual Memorial Observance of the events of September 11, 2001. Today, in the 90+ degree heat, a small army of volunteers landscaped and planted the area around an 1100 lb. 9/11 Steel Artifact to prepare it for next month’s Memorial Service. The scarred steel I-beam, which was literally part of one of the World Trade Center towers, is the centerpiece of the Memorial site.
ONLINE Standing Up to Racism
Session 1: Thursdays September 10 - 24, 6:30 - 8 PM
The long-awaited and much anticipated opening of the Bridge Street Lot in its Cinderella transformation into a restaurant and performance art space for the benefit of Portsmouth businesses struggling to survive the pandemic has arrived.
MODERATE DROUGHT CONTINUES FOR SEACOAST AREA
Since 2006, the Welfare Department has collected back-to-school supplies for area children in need. As always, the goal of this project is to level the playing field as much as possible for students, Pre-K to Post Grad, in the Portsmouth community.
Challenged from the start, like every one else, the City of Portsmouth moved quickly to guard public health and safety and to recognize the pandemic’s impact on the local economy. City Hall shut down on March 16, but City services continued online while all of the municipal departments kept tabs on the health of every local sector of residents and businesses, streamlining the process for restaurants to establish outdoor dining (and facilitate pickup for takeout orders).
On July 30th, 2020, the following subject was arrested by the Dover New Hampshire Police Department on two alternate theory charges of Sexual Assault. The charges are a result of an incident that occurred in Portsmouth on July 28th when it is alleged the suspect assaulted a juvenile while walking on a city street.
CODY GIGLIOTTI – Age 26
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Links to School Reopening Q and A Session Webinars:
The library will continue to offer online programs through the summer.