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PORTSMOUH — The R.I. Department of Environmental Management (DEM) has decided to close and remove the concrete Gull Cove State Boat Ramp in July, saying it’s no longer safe or … more
PORTSMOUTH — More than 50 volunteers removed 857 pounds of marine debris during an Earth Month cleanup hosted by Clean Ocean Access (COA) at Pheasant Drive Beach Saturday. Despite the … more
PORTSMOUTH — Dozens of volunteers braved freezing temperatures to clean the coastline of the popular boating and fishing area at Gull Cove on Saturday. The nonprofit environmental group … more
The immense new catamaran Skylark will battle storms and circle the globe, but few of the challenges to come will compare to those posed by the first couple miles. At 4 a.m. on a recent October … more
PORTSMOUTH — The R.I. Coastal Resources Management Council (CRMC) is considering an application to build and maintain a three-acre oyster farm in the Sakonnet River. The proposal, by … more
They won four years ago in Newport and now Portsmouth’s Will Welles and crew have captured the J/24 world championships once more, this time on a lake in Italy. Competing in a fleet of 89 boats, … more
Eric Hall was once president and CEO of thriving Bristol-based spar and rigging maker Hall Spars, the firm he founded that supplied masts around the globe for maxi-racers, cruisers, Cup … more
Famed ocean racer Hap Fauth liked the job done by New England Boatworks on his last maxi racers enough that he has returned to the Portsmouth firm with his third Bella Mente order. Mr. Fauth … more
PORTSMOUTH — Clean Ocean Access (COA) hosted two beach cleanups in Portsmouth recently one at Weaver Cove on Saturday, Jan. 13, and another at Sandy Point Beach on Sunday, Jan. … more
PORTSMOUTH — More than 50 volunteers, including members of the Portsmouth Community Service Club, attended Clean Ocean Access’ (COA) beach cleanup on Saturday and removed a total of … more
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