Keyword: Sakonnet River
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PORTSMOUTH/TIVERTON — It appeared to be one the largest mutual-aid rescues ever seen in the Sakonnet River, as a couple dozen first responders from Portsmouth, Tiverton and beyond … more
PORTSMOUTH/TIVERTON — Due to recent weather events, the temporary closures of the channel on the Sakonnet River where it passes underneath the old Sakonnet River Bridge in Tiverton and … more
TIVERTON/PORTSMOUTH — The R.I. Department of Transportation (RIDOT) Wednesday announced an updated schedule for temporary closures of the channel on the Sakonnet River where it passes … more
PORTSMOUTH/TIVERTON — Contractors for the R.I. Department of Transportation (RIDOT) ramped up demolition work on the old Sakonnet River Bridge Wednesday. “They are removing the … more
BRISTOL/PORTSMOUTH/TIVERTON — Traffic will be impacted due to construction work on two local bridges starting Monday, March 20. more
PORTSMOUTH/TIVERTON — The R.I. Department of Tranportation (RIDOT) says “no significant long-term travel lane closures are expected on the new bridge or Route 24” while the old … more
PORTSMOUTH/TIVERTON — More than four years after the new Sakonnet River Bridge opened to traffic, the state is finally ready to remove her rusty older sister that sits just to the … more
PORTSMOUTH/TIVERTON — The R.I. Department of Transportation (RIDOT) announced today that it received six bids for the demolition of the old Sakonnet River Bridge across the Sakonnet River … more
PORTSMOUTH/TIVERTON — A shellfish harvesting closure is in effect for lower Sakonnet River, Harvester Tagging Area 5C, until further notice, the R.I. Department of Environmental Management … more
PORTMSMOUTH/TIVERTON —  The R.I. Department of Transportation (RIDOT) announced Tuesday it has begun the process of selecting a contractor to remove the vacant old Sakonnet River Bridge … more
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