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Is it better to take on more debt as a state to fix aging and deteriorated bridges and overpasses, or is it wiser to slow down, and pay as you go? The General Assembly, in the opening weeks of the 2016 session, has already entered a new … more
Bristol County, Mass., is one of 14 newly designated counties in 10 states that have been named High Density Drug Trafficking Areas, according to Michael Botticelli, director of the National Drug Control Policy. more
The number of applications for unemployment benefits unexpectedly increased last week, a sign labor market momentum may be starting to cool. more
Rhode Island Hospital has filed an appeal with the Providence Zoning Board, seeking to overturn a City Plan Commission decision that will prevent the nonprofit from tearing down the Southwest Pavilion. more
For the first time since before the Great Recession, Rhode Island developers are discussing the possibility of new industrial construction, according to the Federal Reserve’s latest Beige Book report based on reports from late November to early January. more
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston has named Brown University President Christina Paxson to its board of directors. more
The town of Portsmouth and Aquidneck Land Trust have acquired 4.9 acres for a future waterfront community park in northern Portsmouth next to Mount Hope Bridge and the Portsmouth town common. more
(Updated 11:09 a.m., 1:48 p.m. and 2:18 p.m.) General Electric Co. announced Wednesday that it will move its corporate headquarters to Boston from Fairfield, Conn. more
HealthSource RI enrollment has declined since last week because some enrollees failed to make their first premium payment by Dec. 31 for coverage and were canceled. more
A new bill introduced in the General Assembly last week aims to create a “sales tax holiday” to exempt Rhode Islanders from paying sales tax for one day in August. more
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