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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced Wednesday more than $1.98 million in grants to Rhode Island Housing to renew support for the Sunrise Project and New Transitions programs, which assist low-income people living with HIV/AIDS and their families. more
The MJSA Press book “Jewelry Metals: A Guide to Working with Common Alloys” has won a Silver Award in the 2016 Association Media & Publishing EXCEL competition for association publishing. more
Starting Monday, the Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority raised toll prices for E-ZPass customers who fail to mount their transponders correctly. more
The New England coral canyons and seamounts were among special ocean sites 80 percent of polled Rhode Island and Massachusetts residents voted to permanently protect from drilling, mining and fishing. more
National Grid PLC, a leading utility provider in the Northeast, recently introduced its weatherbughome.com platform in Massachusetts and Rhode Island to help customers manage smart devices and appliances to reduce energy use. more
Animal Rescue Rhode Island lets prospective adopters – or those who just want to play – interact with felines virtually, thanks to a donation that allowed the Peace Dale no-kill shelter to obtain the technology. more
Utilidata Inc. has expanded its cybersecurity efforts through new product applications to ensure grid stability and security. more
Chris Drumgoole, chief technology officer of GE Digital, a tech division of General Electric, discussed why Providence was chosen for a GE Digital location with Providence Business News and the kind of work that will be taking place in Rhode Island’s capital city. He also explained why GE is expanding into the tech arena. more
IlluminOss Medical Inc. said Monday that it has completed enrollment in its first U.S. clinical trial toward U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval of its IlluminOss System, a minimally invasive system to repair bone fractures. more
Those interested in seeing the inside of the closed “Superman” building at 111 Westminster St. will have to wait their turn. Two hours after letting the public know about the complimentary tours, scheduled for five dates between this weekend and Sept. 24, the events are now completely booked. more
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