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As Provincetown issues an indoor mask mandate to combat the Covid spike in town, the Cape Cod National Seashore is shutting down visitor centers in P-Town and Eastham.
The Office of the State Inspector General says Virginia’s land-conservation easement program, in which properties receive tax breaks, needs work.
After an effort to give Laguna Beach residents a strong say in the fate of development projects within the city was curbed by the coronavirus pandemic last spring, the grassroots group Laguna Residents First submitted a notice of intent on Wednesday for a proposed ballot initiative that would do just that.
With May occupancy tax revenue more than doubling revenue from the tax in May 2020, Carteret County has set monthly records for an entire year.
Updated tsunami hazard maps for Orange County will aid in planning evacuations should such a wave threaten local communities, the California Geological Survey said.
The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) announced grant awards totaling more than $6 million in the Tampa area. Grant funding will be used to improve infrastructure, community redevelopment, and job creation in small and rural communities.
Southern Brooklyn politicians are asking New York Senator Chuck Schumer to not forget about the deteriorating Shore Parkway Promenade when negotiating a large federal infrastructure bill currently before Congress.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has signed Senate Bill 1160 into law which will create a Gulf Coast Protection District. This district will be authorized to receive and issue funds for future coastal projects identified in the Coastal Texas Protection and Restoration Feasibility Study.
Major flooding occurred in Beaufort's historic 'The Point' neighborhood and Henry C. Chambers waterfront park when Tropical Storm Irma came through on Monday.
Indiana's port system contributes $8.2 billion a year to the state's economy, a 5% increase from the last study five years ago
Questions involving Hawaii’s ban on sunscreens containing the reef harming chemicals oxybenzone and octinoxate will be answered during a free presentation at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday via Zoom.
Last year bird lovers were shocked when a colony of federally protected seabirds summered in Deerfield Beach, which they attributed to an empty beach because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Milwaukee Estuary is moving a step closer to clean water and space for recreation, thanks to partial approval of funding for a sediment containment facility.
A new chapter in two-year-old litigation over Currituck County’s use of more than $30 million in Occupancy Tax revenue opened recently when the plaintiffs in that suit announced they had filed a Motion for Partial Summary Judgment in the case on June 24.
Roads collapsing into the water, a stairway and pavilion swept away, dozens of yards of beach submerged: In the last year, erosion has pummeled the Lake Michigan shoreline and the property edging it.
In coastal cities, rising seas and sinking land can bring deadly circumstances.
The City of Orange Beach finalized the historic purchase of over 4 acres of beachfront property for city residents. This move is part of a public-private collaboration between the City and Orange Beach Land Company, LLC (OBLC), which is owned by Flora-Bama co-owners John McInnis and Cameron Price.
Environmentalists and tourism operators on Mexico’s Caribbean coast are complaining about mounds of foul-smelling sargassum — a seaweed-like algae — that are piling up on beaches and turning turquoise waters brown.
Creating a safer, secure future for our community remains sharply in focus with Sunshine Coast Council endorsing its $816 million budget for 2021/22.
Gov. Tony Evers today announced that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) will publish the final rule for the designation of the Wisconsin Shipwreck Coast National Marine Sanctuary on June 23, 2021. The designation will take effect following a review by the governor and Congress over a 45-day period of continuous session of Congress.
Officials prepare to elevate streets despite financial shortfalls, amid recognition that not every home can be saved
Despite facing dramatic beach sand loss and water quality issues, San Clemente City Council members abolished an expert panel that studies and advises on these problems, plus the health of the city’s dozen or so beaches.
Sea level rise is not some future dystopian fantasy. It is here on the California coast. At high tide, water gushes over stairways leading down bluff trails to beaches and up to some oceanfront homes.
Report considers guided and independent access to the remote coastline by shuttle, trail, bicycle and private vehicle