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PROVIDENCE — Frank Teixeira of Portsmouth, the operator of the 28-foot powerboat that was involved in an Aug. 11 collision that killed Tiverton’s Sandra Tartaglino, told … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The seasonal concert series at Bold Point Park will continue at that location for at least the next year and a half, pending the construction of a permanent facility a few … more
PROVIDENCE — A Portsmouth boater who was involved in a collision with a two-person catamaran that led to the death of Sandra G. Taraglino of Tiverton in August is being cited with four … more
PORTSMOUTH — Kailey Oliveira learned firsthand that the town beach isn’t nearly as clean as it looks. As part of her senior project at Portsmouth High School, Kailey organized a … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Former city manager and current Waterfront Commission chairman Bill Fazioli has been hired by Mayor Bob DaSilva to serve as the first director of the city’s newly formed … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Fifteen years since its inception, things are “progressing nicely,” thank you, said East Providence Waterfront Commission chairman Bill Fazioli. The story of how the city’s … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — During a review provided to the council at its September 17 meeting, Jim Moran, the city’s Principal Planner/ Economic Development Planner, said completed and ongoing private … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) in Newport will be conducting in-water exercises and technical demonstrations of unmanned surface, underwater, and aerial vehicles in … more
Two new vessels are taking shape at the Blount shipyard on Water Street and are bound for up and downstate New York, where they’ll be put into hard service. The first, Breaker II, is a … more
They’ve been gone for many years, but with any luck and some time oysters will return to the Kickekmuit River, where 50,000 of them were released Friday. The small seed oysters, each about … more
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