Happy holidays; harddeadlines on hiatus (with obligatory EOY Top-10 stories)
Wishing everyone a safe and happy holiday season, and best wishes for the New Year. With the holiday crunch, posting will be spotty (well, okay, spottier than usual) for the next week.
Thank you, everyone, for spending some of your valuable time in this little corner of the web. As all news sites are virtually required to do, here's a look back at the big stories of the past year... Arsenic, Dan Gordon, and the School Committee all made the top ten. Heh.
|Title||Total views||Post date|
|Arisia schedule for this weekend||4,168||2011/01/11|
|Portsmouth EDC Chair calls Clark "vital to economic health" of town||4,168||2011/05/21|
|Aquidneck Land Trust saves Wicks Nursery in Portsmouth||4,155||2011/04/29|
|Portsmouth blogger files Open Meetings complaint over School Committee action||4,152||2011/01/18|
|NOAA predicts Island Park storm surge of less than 7 feet||4,139||2011/08/27|
|New Portsmouth Supe owns message with meeting recap memos||4,133||2011/07/22|
|URI Prof Scott Molloy brings history of unions to life in Portsmouth talk (update)||4,081||2011/04/15|
|Netroots Nation coming to Providence; why not register now?||4,046||2011/11/18|
|Island Park flooding and school bus safety: An open letter to the Portsmouth Town Council||4,034||2011/09/08|
|State of Rhode Island adds $400K to ALT effort to save Portsmouth's St. Mary’s Church land||4,006||2011/11/02|
Want more? You can see the rest of the year's stories, in a sortable list here.