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“Green” initiatives at Rhode Island hotels and R.I. Convention Center are sought after by large groups, though individual travelers, it seems, have come to take the benefits for granted. more
The Olneyville New York System, a diner that opened in 1946, is one of five recipients of the 2014 America’s Classics Awards presented through the James Beard Foundation by Coca-Cola. more
Employees of Collette Vacations celebrated 2013 National Volunteer Week, which ran from April 21 to April 27, by offering more than 100 hours of support to a handful of Rhode Island-based organizations. Staff pitched in by processing donations for the Rhode Island Community Food Bank, by walking in the March for Babies event for March of Dimes and by serving meals at the Pawtucket Soup Kitchen and the McAuley House in Providence. more
Dunkin’ Brands Group Inc., the owner of Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robins restaurants, is seeking to refinance $1.93 billion of loans, according to a person with knowledge of the transaction. more
A boost for Rhode Island’s growing craft-beer industry could be on tap. A Providence group is seeking $1.4 million in city financing to help build an $8 million contract brewery on the city’s West Side. more
Todd Martin, a tennis pro who ranked globally in the 1990s, has been selected to succeed Mark L. Stenning as CEO of the International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum, the nonprofit announced Tuesday. more
Hurricanes, blizzards, tsunamis and volcanoes disrupt travel plans. The globe is dotted with political uprisings. Travelers still have to deal with the standard concerns of canceled flights and sudden illness. more
Despite severe winter weather during the first months of 2014 that put pressure on New England business owners in several industries, the overall economic outlook remains cautiously optimistic, according to the Federal Reserve Board’s Beige Book released Wednesday. more
NEW BEDFORD – The Whaling Museum in New Bedford last week announced a $1.8 million gift that the museum says will allow it to construct a new building on its campus in addition to expanding educational programs, The Standard-Times reported. more
Chef Walter Potenza has cooked for a lot of famous people in his 41 years of working in the kitchen, but his latest gig is a shining imprint on his resume – he cooked for Pope Francis at the Vatican in Rome in November. The event was a fundraiser to benefit programs for the poor in South America. more
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