The tanker Great Eastern arrived in port early Monday morning, setting the stage for a fairly busy week in the harbor. Here are the details.
Scenes from 'a rally honoring the loss of innocent lives' held in downtown Portsmouth, NH, in June 2020.
Two shipments of gypsum rock are expected in Portsmouth Harbor toward the middle of the week. Here are the details.
Just a couple of overnight visitors are expected at the Port of New Hampshire during the first week of summer. Here are the details.
A pair of tankers — New England and Star River — came and went during a busy weekend at the Port of New Hampshire. But...
At least five vessels are expected at the Port of New Hampshire this week. Here are the details.
A statement from nonprofit arts and culture organizations in the New Hampshire Seacoast area.
A dredging vessel leaves the port tomorrow, making way for a cable ship and a bulk carrier. Here are the details.
A tug-and-barge unit arrived Sunday and sailed Monday, but it's set to return later this week. Here are the details.
The LPG tanker Manitoba sailed on Sunday and two new vessels arrive Monday morning. After that, all's quiet for a while in Portsmouth Harbor.
Starting midweek, there will be a flurry of shipping activity in the Port of New Hampshire. Here are the details.
A lovely Monday morning sets the stage for a lazy week in Portsmouth Harbor. As of now, only two shipments are expected this week. Here are the details.
As we get deeper into spring, demand for cargo like heating oil and salt wanes and shipments to the port slow down. Here's what's coming up this week.
Monday kicks off another active week at the Port of New Hampshire, beginning with the arrival of a dredger at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.
Another busy week at the Port of New Hampshire kicks off Monday with the sailing of a bulk carrier. Several new arrivals follow in the days ahead. Here are the details.
A tanker arrives close to midnight Monday, and other vessels are expected in the days ahead.
Our working port is one of the few places in Portsmouth (or anywhere, for that matter) where it's business as usual. Here's what's going on this week.
Several vessels are in port now, and at least one more is on the way early this week. Here are the details.
Despite all the uncertainty out there, Portsmouth's working port is operating as usual. In fact, there's a lot going on this week. Here are the details.
Several shipments of salt are headed into Portsmouth Harbor this weekend. Here are the details.
Two tankers and a bulk carrier are due into port this week, with a tug and barge scheduled for the weekend.
One tanker and one tug-and-barge unit are due in to the Port of New Hampshire this week. Here are the details.
The week gets off to a busy start Monday with a salt ship arriving and a cement barge sailing. But things quiet down after that. Here are the details.
The nation's first presidential primary of 2020 is over. Candidates made their final pitches to local voters in the days leading up to the primary.
There are lots of comings and goings in Portsmouth Harbor this week, and the busy schedule keeps shuffling around. Here are the latest details.