The Oliver Hazard Perry Rhode Island, the non-profit organization that is building Rhode Island's Education at Sea Tall Ship, announced that an educational symposium will be held from 1-4 p.m. March 12 at the University of Rhode Island.
Things weren't looking too good for a 22-foot sailboat at the Severna Park Yacht Basin in Maryland. But after more than an hour of work, four men - including a diver - got it upright and floating.
Approximately 2,000 people attended last weekend's Boatbuilders Show in Hyannis, Mass., proving that even a recession can't dampen the romantic appeal of handmade boats.
Married Jan. 1, die-hard bass anglers Donna and Jim Tyree of Austin, Texas, delayed their honeymoon so they could spend it at the Feb. 19-21 Bassmaster Classic. The Tyrees considered a fishing trip to Costa Rica, but decided they preferred to witness the world championship in Birmingham, Ala.
A Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) hearing officer recommended that the agency renew the water discharge permit for Millstone Power Station in Waterford with requirements that the plant operator take steps to better protect aquatic life and conduct an assessment of alternatives to the current water cooling system.
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