Though the delightful chaos of Halloween is over, there are still plenty of entertainment options coming up this weekend, including a show with Cape Snow.
There will be no ships entering or leaving the Port of New Hampshire for the next 10 days, as the Piscataqua River channel will be...
Rainy conditions won’t stop the Portsmouth tugs from escorting the 12,000-ton cargo ship BBC Jade to the N.H. State Pier today. The tanker Chem Polaris...
Concerts, chili festivals, a bounty of new art, and other fall celebrations are among the top happenings coming up this weekend. We’ve crammed a sampling...
A tug and barge are due into the Port of New Hampshire tomorrow, and a supply ship is set to arrive on Wednesday. Get the details in Port Watch.
The Asphalt Eagle was delayed due to fog this weekend but finally pulled into port today, along with a salt ship. The Eagle sails tomorrow...
During the last official weekend of summer, you are invited to enjoy craft beer and fresh oysters, farmland festivals, and three days of film. Get...
Tug Ruth Reinauer and barge RTC 102 came to the Port of NH Sunday with a load of diesel for Sprague. Four other ships are expected this week.
It's another busy week in Portsmouth Harbor, starting with the Labor Day arrival of a bulk carrier delivering gypsum. Get the details here.
Two ships arrived in Portsmouth Harbor on Sunday, and several more are expected this week. Get the details in the latest installment of Port Watch.
A roundup of Seacoast entertainment for the weekend of Aug. 25.
Some construction barges will move around this week near the site of the Long Bridge work. Other than that, just one tug and barge unit is expected on Thursday. Get the details in Port Watch.
These are somber times in our nation, but we can unite against the gloom by supporting local arts and causes. Here are some of the most notable events coming up over the weekend.
The tanker Acadian (above) visits Portsmouth Harbor tomorrow, and a bulk carrier is expected to follow on Wednesday. Get the details in the latest installment of Port Watch.
A tug and barge are expected in port today or tomorrow, and the Palanca Luanda returns on Thursday. Get the details and more info in the latest installment of Port Watch.
A tanker is expected into port tonight for a 24-hour stay, and another is slated to visit over the weekend. Get all the details in the latest installment of Port Watch.
It’s midsummer, and outdoor art, outdoor music, outdoor storytelling, and outdoor theater are all on the itinerary this weekend. Learn about some of the highlights here.
One ship sets sail from Portsmouth Harbor tomorrow, but two others are due to arrive later in the week. Get the details below.
Rock opera, disc golf, and clay beasties are among the spoils of summer on the Seacoast. Check out some of this weekend’s highlights below. Jesus...
The gypsum ship Dai Shan Hai was originally scheduled to arrive on Monday, but it’s been pushed back until Thursday. The tanker East Coast (above) is...
All’s quiet at the port for now, but a large gypsum ship is expected early next week. Get the details in the latest installment of Port Watch.
The Fourth of July brings an asphalt tanker to Portsmouth Harbor, with a tug and barge tentatively slated to follow the next day. Get the details in the latest installment of Port Watch.
The cable ship Thorco Luna is still at the Tyco terminal, where it will continue loading fiber-optic cable until July 15. A couple of other ships are due to arrive in port this week. Get the details in Port Watch.
A tanker heads into port tonight and leaves tomorrow, and another comes in for an overnight stay on Thursday. Get the details in the latest installment of Port Watch.
There are no ships slated to arrive at the Port of New Hampshire this week, but there are a couple already in port that arrived on Friday. Get the details in the latest installment of Port Watch.