BOSTON -- A new seafood marketing campaign here is promoting nontraditional, locally caught species of fish. Force with a view to assisting the state's fishing industry, which is currently facing an economic crisis, according to a spokeswoman. "Making a Splash" began June 25 and will run until at least Oct. 30, according to Lee Larkin, spokeswoman for the task force and president of Regan Larkin Communications, the firm that created the marketing program. Cape shark, whiting, red hake, ...

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