Latest Department of Environmental Management Stories
By Randal Edgar Narragansett, Hopkinton and Richmond benefit from $100,000 DEM grants.
- The Department of Environmental Management will try again this morning to retrieve the carcass of a 15-foot minke whale that was at Matunuck Point yesterday. B1 (c) 2008 Providence Journal. Provided by ProQuest Information and Learning. All rights Reserved.
By Donita Naylor EXETER -- Just as a meadow might evolve into woods or a pond into a bog, the use of Beach Pond, on the western end of town is undergoing a natural progression, officials from the state Department of Environmental Management indicate.
By Tatiana Pina WOONSOCKET -- A proposed agreement between the city, the Department of Environmental Management and a Connecticut company that would reopen the Thundermist Hydroelectric Plant, which has been closed since 2002, will be considered by the City Council on Monday.
By Gina Macris PROVIDENCE -- With the General Assembly headed toward the frenzy of its final days, an environmental bill thought to have broad bipartisan support appears inexplicably stalled in committee in the House.
By Paul Davis; Journal Staff Writer Before he was old enough to drive, Andrew Cavanagh fished. As a boy, he held a flashlight on a dock at Sakonnet Point while his father, a lobsterman, tinkered with an oily engine.
By Katherine Imbrie; Journal Staff Writer When you think of beaches in the Ocean State - well, of course, you think of the great ones: Scarborough, Misquamicut, Sachuest and Narragansett. But with summer winding to a close, it might be time to try another kind of beach - one on a lake or pond.
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