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Dr. Rachel May follows a trail left by an unfinished quilt, examining slavery from the cotton fields of the South to the textile mills of New England...
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Standing Up to Racism Workshop
The City’s 2021 Holiday Tree-Lighting, Illuminated Holiday Parade and Food Drive will be held on Saturday, December 4 (rain/snow date is Sunday, Dec 5) at 6 pm. Portsmouth’s Illuminated Holiday Parade takes place on the first Saturday in December following the annual Tree Lighting ceremony from 5 to 5:30 pm.
Contractors for the City of Portsmouth Department of Public Works will begin work on a project to replace sewer force mains on Peirce Island on Monday, November 29, 2021, and continuing to June 2022. Construction and equipment on and adjacent to Peirce Island Road and on the Peirce Island Road Bridge will impede traffic, on an intermittent basis, on weekdays between 7 am and 6 pm.
With winter approaching, the Portsmouth Department of Public Works has begun to prepare for snow removal operations. The Department would like to take this opportunity to suggest that residents sign up for snow parking ban alerts and start making winter preparedness plans.
As we enter the holiday season, the Portsmouth Health Department staff would like to help you avoid unwanted guests at your gathering – foodborne bacteria, like E. coli and Salmonella – that can make you and your guests sick. Foodborne bacteria can cause severe and even life-threatening illnesses.
Portsmouth NH 400, Inc. has revealed the logo for the anniversary celebration that will be used to denote official events, projects, programs and merchandise. The logo was designed as a pro-bono donation by Darci Creative of Portsmouth, with input from the Portsmouth NH 400 Executive Team and Task Force Management Team.
City Manager Karen Conard is pleased to announce the selection of Beverly Mesa Zendt, AICP as the new City Planning and Development Director. She is expected to start work on January 10, 2022.
The New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration has approved the City’s 2021 tax rate for Fiscal Year 2022 of $15.03 per $1,000 of valuation.