Friday, February 12, 2016

Waterfront

Waterfront

Elevated bacteria levels in Bristol Harbor has forced the harbor to close to all shellfishing beginning at sunrise Tuesday. The state Department of Environmental Management announced the closure Monday afternoon after Bristol reported a lack...

By Bruce H. Cox Chairman, Tiverton Harbor and Coastal Waters Management Commission There is an emergency in the Tiverton harbor basin. It is the accelerated erosion of the Stone Bridge abutment. It has been known for years...

The relentless winter has seen the entire Bristol Harbor frozen for the first time in recent memory, giving local drone pilot Matt Stephenson an opportunity to capture the winter wonderland from the air. While the...

“Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds,” so goes the Postman’s Creed. Then there was the winter of 2015. While snow did...

PORTSMOUTH — The bitter cold hasn’t slowed down construction on “Rhode Island’s tall ship,” SSV Oliver Hazard Perry, despite it being surrounded by ice at the Hinckley Company marina. Once completed, the 200-foot-long, three-masted sailing school...

A plan to install three artificial reefs in East Bay waters has been withdrawn to give proponents time to look into possible changes after the proposal was criticized during a recent hearing before the...

Cindy Elder began her day at the farm last Monday shoveling snow for seemed like the hundredth time, helping dig out a car that slid off the road behind the farmhouse and hauling water...

The long wooden dock that stands just north of the White Church Bridge is buckled and broken … and Mother Nature is to blame. The freezing temperatures this winter and the thick ice that has...

Touting the museum's "upside potential" and ability to be a "showpiece" for Bristol, new Executive Director Bill Lynn took the helm of Herreshoff Marine Museum this month. "I think this place is sort of a...

For a company that saw its heyday before the advent of computers, before planes were in the air and even before cars were on the road, the Herreshoff Manufacturing Company was a technological wonder. "We've...
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