Updated July 29 at 3:29pm
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Rhode Island’s minimum wage is actually $9.17 per hour, not $9, when adjusted for cost of living, according to The Washington Post. more
The R.I. Office of the Postsecondary Commissioner is developing an online data warehouse for the state’s three public institutions of higher education that it hopes to launch next summer. more
The Middletown Historical Society has won a $67,200 federal grant to capture the story behind the Battle of Rhode Island in August 1778. more
(Updated 2:56 p.m.) The state employee investment fund had a 2.2 percent return in the fiscal year that ended June 30, and a 0.4 percent return for the June quarter, falling short of internal benchmarks. more
A malfunctioning mail-sorting machine caused social security numbers of as many as 832 unemployment insurance customers to be misdirected and sent to the wrong employers or customers. more
A statewide initiative was launched Monday to improve health care for all Rhode Islanders. more
A new state law designed to encourage housing construction also creates tax incentives for builders who want to restore blighted or vacant structures. more
Hours before the first face-off of the Democratic presidential campaign, former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley stood in the far left corner of the White Star Ale House, a sleek bar in downtown Cedar Rapids, greeting a line of voters, some committed, others not so much. more
The 18-bedroom Ronald McDonald House broke ground Wednesday on a 10-bedroom expansion. more
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiornia may be best known as the former CEO of Hewlett- Packard, but it turns out that another candidate holds more stock in the technology firm these days. more
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