Hurricane Season began on June 1. Now is the time to prepare your emergency supply kit. Depending on the severity of a hurricane, it could take days for government services to reach you and your family. Prepare now. Here are a few tips.
The Portsmouth Department of Social Services, in partnership with the Kids Wish Network, invites you to attend "Project Toy Drop II" Saturday, June 29, from noon to 3 p.m., 1701 High Street in Portsmouth. Details enclosed.
All announced concerts for the 2019 season in Atlantic Union Bank Pavilion will be held in other locations. The change of venues is a result of structural concerns with the Portsmouth amphitheater’s roof.
Mayor John L. Rowe, Jr. and Portsmouth City Council Statement on the Virginia Beach Tragedy
The horrible mass shooting incident at the Virginia Beach Municipal Center is a tragedy for the entire Hampton Roads region. The loss of lives, to include family, f...
How did Portsmouth’s crucial naval facilities support the Allied invasion of German-occupied France at both Utah and Omaha Beaches on June 6, 1944? Come to the Friends of the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Museum’s lecture on June 20 and find out.
The 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season is off to yet another early start, but weather officials in the U.S. are saying it should be a normal year. Hurricane Season begins June 1 with the peak coming in September. NOAA predicts nine to 15 named storms.
The Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center and The Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Museum join museums nationwide in the Blue Star Museums program which provides free admission to our nation’s active-duty military personnel and their families this summer.