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Groundbreaking ceremony held for $146.8M NOAA facility in Newport

NEWPORT – State and local leaders gathered at Naval Station Newport Monday to break ground on the National Oceanographic and Atmosphere Administration's $146.8 million...

State seeks vendors to remove ‘sunken barge’ from Providence River

PROVIDENCE – Despite no readily available funding, state officials after a three-year hiatus are renewing calls for a private vendor to remove a piece...

Waterfront home sells for $2.75M, highest N. Kingstown sale in 2023

NORTH KINGSTOWN – A two-story home on Poplar Point overlooking Narragansett Bay recently sold for $2.75 million, making it the most expensive home sale...
CLEAN SHORELINE: Volunteers and members of Save The Bay Inc. participate in a shoreline cleanup event at Colt State Park in Bristol.
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

RIPPLE EFFECTS: As Narragansett Bay gets cleaner, economic outcomes remain murky

Talk to anyone who lives in Rhode Island, and it’s likely they could tell you a story connected to Narragansett Bay, says Mike Jarbeau,...
GROWTH ­POTENTIAL: Roger Williams University shellfish researchers, from left, assistant professor Hisham Abdelrahman, field operations manager Susanna Osinski and assistant Kristen Savastano, check aquaculture equipment near the school’s Bristol campus. 
PBN FILE PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO

Cleaner bay can help boost the state’s blue economy

The state says Narragansett Bay is the cleanest it has been in 150 years. For those who live around the bay and enjoy it...

How the battle for a Barrington oyster farm upended the public...

Six years, countless meetings and one court battle later, Barrington resident Ed Troiano has finally secured the approval needed to open a half-acre oyster...

Legislative study commissions used to be where bills went to die....

Ten years have passed since Rep. Jennifer Boylan crouched next to her son in his fourth grade classroom, practicing what to do if someone...
PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Five Questions With: Jonathan Stone

5Q: Jonathan Stone | Executive director, Save The Bay Inc. 1. You announced in September you will be retiring on June 30, 2023. What led to your...
JONATHAN STONE will retire as executive director of Save the Bay on June 30, 2023. / COURTESY SAVE THE BAY

Save The Bay director Stone to retire next June

PROVIDENCE – Save The Bay Inc.'s longtime executive director will call it a career at the end of next June. The local environmental advocacy nonprofit...

Gambrel-style home sells for $4.1M in Jamestown’s largest nonwaterfront sale of...

JAMESTOWN – In the town's largest nonwaterfront sale and second highest home transaction in 2022, a newly built Gambrel-style home at 11 Bryer Ave....
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