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Her fishing days are done, but the venerable and now-abbreviated wooden dragger Rick & Joe has found new work by the Bristol waterfront. Crews at Bristol Marine, where Rick & Joe has rested since … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — While much of the discussion recently has centered on what's to come at East Providence's waterfront, it's sometimes easy to overlook what has already occurred right at or near … more
Touting it as an "investment," an "economic engine" and an "anchor of activity along the waterfront," local, state and federal officials cut the ribbon on Bristol's long-awaited Maritime … more
Bristol Police and harbor officials rushed to the area around the Mount Hope Bridge Friday morning on reports of a potential jumper on the bridge. The call came in just before 10 a.m., prompting … more
TIVERTON — Almost 13 years to the day after its old clubhouse burned down on June 6, 2003, the Tiverton Yacht Club commissioned its brand new two-story 2,600-square-foot clubhouse at 58 Riverside … more
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