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It will soon be a lot easier for water lovers to head out on the Warren River, Jacob’s Point and upper Narragansett Bay.A large array of kayak and dinghy storage racks are being built and … more
PORTSMOUTH — As repair work continues on the Old Stone Bridge abutment in Portsmouth, the head of the state Department of Transportation (DOT) said he’d eventually like to see the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The City Council, similar to its action pertaining to state climate change legislation, in unison at its May 21 meeting backed a resolution requesting the General Assembly provide … more
PORTSMOUH — The R.I. Department of Environmental Management (DEM) has decided to close and remove the concrete Gull Cove State Boat Ramp in July, saying it’s no longer safe or … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — As a coastal community in Rhode Island, East Providence should support and help initiate moves to address the potential impacts of climate change. It can be presumed from a recent vote … more
PORTSMOUTH —  New England Boatworks at 1 Lagoon Road has been sold to Safe Harbor Marinas, LLC, which is adding it to its portfolio of 80 facilities across the country. The new … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Chairman Bill Fazioli and Executive Director Pam Sherrill presented an update on the activities of the East Providence Waterfront Commission to the City Council at its May 7 … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Waterfront Commission and the city’s Planning Board each recently gave tentative approval to the proposed redevelopment of a dormant structure, which previously … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Residents on both sides of the Seekonk River heard about proposed concepts for the reconstruction of the Henderson Bridge, which connects the cities of East Providence and … more
PORTSMOUTH — More than 50 volunteers removed 857 pounds of marine debris during an Earth Month cleanup hosted by Clean Ocean Access (COA) at Pheasant Drive Beach Saturday. Despite the … more
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