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PORTSMOUTH — The nonprofit environmental group Clean Ocean Access (COA) hosted a cleanup at Stringham Road recently with a little help from their friends. more
PORTSMOUTH — Dave McLaughlin of Clean Ocean Access (COA) beamed as he watched car after car pass him as drivers were directed to parking spots near the Newport Beach Club on Sunday. more
PORTSMOUTH — The nonprofit environmental group Clean Ocean Access (COA) hosted a cleanup at Melville Park on Saturday — just in time for fishing and camping season. Opening … more
PORTSMOUTH — After hearing from more than 20 people who said they wanted the town to ban the use of most single-use plastic bags in Portsmouth, the Town Council voted 6-1 to do just that … more
PORTSMOUTH — More than 30 volunteers braved the cold Saturday to remove 698 pounds of marine debris at Gull Cove during a beach cleanup hosted by Clean Ocean Access (COA). The 33 … more
PORTSMOUTH — A proposed ban on single-use plastic bags in town will be debated at a public hearing set for Monday, Feb. 26. The Town Council voted unanimously Monday night to advertise … more
PORTSMOUTH — Clean Ocean Access (COA) hosted two beach cleanups in Portsmouth recently one at Weaver Cove on Saturday, Jan. 13, and another at Sandy Point Beach on Sunday, Jan. … more
PORTSMOUTH — Michael Leverett, store manager of Clements’ Marketplace, wanted to make something perfectly clear during a workshop Thursday night on a potential ban on single-use … more
PORTSMOUTH — The town wants to know what you think of the possible regulation — or outright ban — of single-use plastic bans in Portsmouth. The nonprofit group … more
PORTSMOUTH — More than 50 volunteers, including members of the Portsmouth Community Service Club, attended Clean Ocean Access’ (COA) beach cleanup on Saturday and removed a total of … more
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