Climate change looks to bring water damage to more of R.I.

More than five years after “Superstorm” Sandy hit the Rhode Island coast, Westerly is still working at reversing some of the environmental damage that Sandy’s storm surge inflicted, which some put at more than $20 million. In a three-part series that begins in this week’s edition of PBN, staff writer Eli Sherman examines just how…

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