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One of the most elaborate boats ever built in the East Bay will steam down the Warren River some time this week, bound first for Quonset Point but ultimately, for the nation’s first wind farm … more
Boat gear specials, demos and ‘Tips from the Shipwright” are among the offerings when Jamestown Distributors hosts its 6th annual spring tent sail from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 16, … more
Spring is currently upon us and the Boating season will soon follow. and the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary reminds boaters to take a boating education course now before the season rush. First District … more
The perfect name still eludes them, but three restaurateurs have big plans for the former Stella Blues (and Bullock’s) restaurant at the corner of Water and Miller streets. Partners Peter Lowre, … more
Way up on the third floor of the old Warren Manufacturing Co. mill, rusty reminders of the mill’s industrial past remain. “Those are the belt drives,” says Warren Building Official Gareth … more
Kickemuit Middle School will be asked to excuse eighth grader Joshua Bartoszuk for an absence or two in the coming weeks. The Warren 13-year-old’s success racing little sailboats has earned him … more
A creek that plays a crucial role in the annual migration of alewife and herring received a major overhaul earlier this week.  The Big Mussachuck Creek, which runs between Narragansett … more
Join the Buzzards Bay Coalition on Sunday, March 20 at 6:15 p.m. for a sunset walk to welcome spring. more
Faced with a long waiting list for Bristol Harbor boat dock space, a push is on by Bristol officials to expand the town’s existing dockage by 110 slips. The town’s Harbor and Economic … more
PORTSMOUTH — While many local residents were hunkering down in front of a fire Saturday, a small group of volunteers from Clean Ocean Access (COA) was on a beach, scouring for trash. Four people removed 385 pounds of small- to … more
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