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There has been a flurry of activity at Police Cove over the past few weeks.  A new boat ramp is being installed as one of the final projects to the park, which was completed in 2016. The boat … more
Half of Bristol Harbor has been closed to shellfishing for several years due to contamination. So what do you do when you can’t go to the quahogs? Bring the quahogs to you. For one day last … more
PORTSMOUTH — A second public workshop on the development of Mt. Hope Park will be held from 7-9 p.m. on Thursday, May 11, at Portsmouth Middle School. more
EAST PROVIDENCE — For the first time in a while, the full council was privy to an updated overview of the progress made on and future plans for the city’s shoreline by the East Providence Waterfront … more
Hunters, anglers and pleasure cruisers are all invited to learn the ways of the water in a professional boating safety class designed for those who may not have time for a full, comprehensive … more
Demolition is wrapping up as workers pull up the concrete ramp at the Prudence Island Ferry dock in anticipation of next week’s construction. Workers from SumCo Eco Contracting are expected … more
Independence Park will be gone. The Thames Street business district and parts of Hope Street will be under water. Residents in one of the wealthiest sections of town will need to hop on a ferry every … more
Workers are expected to begin preparations for significant repairs to the Prudence Island Ferry Dock on Thames Street this week, causing travel and parking disruptions around the Bristol … more
An oyster farm on Hog Island off Bristol’s coast has the best tasting oysters in Rhode Island, at least according to voters at the Bristol Oyster Bar Tuesday night. Chessawanock Island … more
When voters approved a $17 million bond referendum last November, it included $2 million to build a new public marina to help curtail the long waiting list of boaters seeking a public place to tie up … more
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