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The Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council has released an analysis of Gov. Gina M. Raimondo’s proposed health insurance premium assessment to fund HealthSource RI, which would generate $11.2 million in revenue in fiscal 2017. more
Owners of the Pawtucket Red Sox presented a detailed plan for moving the AAA team to downtown Providence Monday, earning a skeptical if not critical reception from the commission that controls the site the team wants for its new ballpark. more
Expanded service at T.F. Green Airport will require a coordinated effort to attract new carriers and passengers, according to several members of the Rhode Island congressional delegation, speaking informally Monday at the annual Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce Congressional Breakfast. more
Cash collections by Rhode Island in March rose 15.6 percent year over year to $351.8 million, an increase the state director of revenue called “outstanding.” more
After an inexcusable five-month delay, the Senate last week finally confirmed The Editors to be attorney general. The vote is definitely good news for the White House and, not incidentally, the Justice Department. What it says about the Senate itself is less certain. more
1What exactly does the Office of Regulatory Reform do? The Office of Regulatory Reform is working to make Rhode Island a better place to do business and grow jobs. We are focused on improving the regulatory climate to attract new businesses … more
Providence's new mayor, Jorge O. Elorza, may not have inherited a "Category 5 Hurricane" budget situation, as his predecessor, Angel Taveras famously said a few weeks into his tenure. But Mr. Elorza does not have time to stop and smell the roses, … more
The Interstate 195 Redevelopment District Commission on Monday will take the unusual step of holding an initial public discussion of development of district property, in this case the proposed PawSox AAA baseball stadium. more
At times, it seems like the only changes to Providence’s skyline are the moving cranes and wrecking balls. But developers of some of the city’s larger projects say that progress is being made, and some landmark investments in the city are slated to come online relatively soon. more
From smart-growth advocates to economic development officials, groups and individuals from across Rhode Island watched with great anticipation as the long-vacant Masonic Temple was transformed into the new Renaissance Providence Hotel. more
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