Keyword: Clean Ocean Access
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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
PORTSMOUTH — The Town Council Monday night awarded a $1.83 million contract to low bidder PJ Keating Company of Fairhaven, Mass. to carry out road improvements to Narragansett Avenue on … more
PORTSMOUTH — Customers of Clements’ Marketplace and other local stores would no longer be able to use single-use plastic bags to carry out their groceries if a local environmental … more
PORTSMOUTH — On a cool Saturday afternoon, 47 volunteers from Clean Ocean Access (COA) removed 373 pounds of small- to medium-sized marine debris along the waterfront at the end of … more
PORTSMOUTH — While many local residents were hunkering down in front of a fire Saturday, a small group of volunteers from Clean Ocean Access (COA) was on a beach, scouring for trash. Four people removed 385 pounds of small- to … more
PORTSMOUTH — Clean Ocean Access (COA), an Aquidneck Island environmental nonprofit group, held its first beach cleanup of 2016 at Weaver Cove Saturday. Eleven volunteers removed 1,248 pounds of small- to medium-sized marine debris as part … more
PORTSMOUTH — Clean Ocean Access (COA), an Aquidneck Island environmental nonprofit group, has released its 2016 list of monthly beach cleanups in Portsmouth. The first one is set for this Saturday, Jan. 9, from noon to 2 p.m. at Weaver … more
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