Tuesday, July 16, 2024

TOPICS

Home Tags National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Tag: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

U.S. News: Providence metro area 117th-best place to live in nation

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island's capital city ranks No. 117 on U.S. News & World Report’s 2024-25 Best Places to Live list that released on...

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...
CATCHY 
CAMPAIGN:
Molly Moran-Ogren, left, chair of the R.I. Seafood Marketing Collaborative, meets with her team, Jordyn Kastlunger, fisheries marketing specialist at the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, and Nick Celico, Roger Williams University School of Law intern.
PBN PHOTO/
MICHAEL SALERNO

PR effort raising profile of local fish on menus

More Rhode Island restaurants and fish markets are taking part in an effort to promote fresh, locally caught seafood than three years ago, according...

Most-read stories on PBN.com, Dec. 2023

1. Road, bridge contractor Cardi Corp. going out of business POSTED ONLINE: DEC. 14 Cardi Corp., a significant player in taxpayer-funded road projects across...

U.S. Navy, NOAA awards $146.8M contract for new Marine Operations Center...

NEWPORT –  The U.S. Navy, on behalf of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Tuesday, announced it has awarded New York-based Skanska USA Inc....

FarSounder nets $175K NOAA grant

WARWICK – A recently awarded National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration grant will support FarSounder Inc.’s developing cloud-based, data-sharing technology. Using the $174,971 phase one grant...

URI unveils new pier at Narragansett Bay Campus

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Local elected and University of Rhode Island officials on May 8 formally cut the ribbon on the new pier at the...

R.I. coastal resiliency set to receive $691K in federal funding

PROVIDENCE – The Port of Providence shoreline and Narragansett Bay are set to benefit from an approximately $691,000 federal funding to support coastal resiliency...

Maine lobstermen have slower year amid industry challenges 

ROCKPORT, Maine (AP) – Fishers of Maine lobster, one of the most lucrative seafood species in the U.S., had a smaller haul during a...

Feds deny emergency call to slow ships, ease whale strikes

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – The U.S. government has denied a request from a group of environmental organizations to immediately apply proposed ship-speed restrictions in...
- Featured Event -

Latest News