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PROVIDENCE — With the approach of the Fourth of July bringing warmer, sunnier weather, boats will soon be dotting Narragansett Bay and other Rhode Island waterways. The Department of … more
BRISTOL — The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management has provided guidance to marinas, boatyards and yacht clubs to clarify the protocols that must be as part of the … more
PROVIDENCE — As Memorial Day and the start of the boating season approaches, the Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is asking boaters to follow COVID-19 social distancing rules and … more
PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and the Rhode Island Marine Trades Association last week issued the following guidance regarding the safe operation of … more
PORTSMOUTH — You can drop a line in the two ponds at Melville Park as long as you adhere to social distancing rules due to COVID-19. The R.I. Department of Environmental Management … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — In a noteworthy move for many residents of the East Bay and southeastern Massachusetts, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has extended its deadline for … more
Westport River Watershed Alliance 2020 photo calendars are now available. The calendars feature local tide graphs and photos of Westport scenes.  This year’s photos are the winners … more
PORTSMOUTH/TIVERTON — What’s a big boat like you doing in a river like this? That may have been the question on the minds of many local residents today, Oct. 24, when they saw the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The city’s coastline will enjoy a first among attempts to help the continued regeneration of Narragansett Bay as a whole and the waters off East Providence … more
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
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