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BOSTON – The owner of a medical-transportation company in Webster, Mass., has been sentenced to a year and a half in jail and ordered to pay full restitution for defrauding the state’s Medicaid program of more than $470,000, Attorney General Martha Coakley announced last week. more
PROVIDENCE – The office of Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis announced last week a new mobile application designed to assist Rhode Island voters using mobile devices such as cellphones and tablets. more
PROVIDENCE – The Capital Grille will move from its current home in Union Station to the location in the GTECH building currently occupied by Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Rhode Island Public Radio reported on its website last week. more
Today, the customer story is simple. Loyalty ranges from nonexistent to temporary. Mining the Internet is second nature, relying on smartphone apps to cut through the clutter. With an endless array of channels available, engaging customers can be an exercise in futility. more
Betsey A. Purinton, 64, the managing director and chief investment officer for StrategicPoint Investment Advisors in Providence, is 13 years into her latest career – and still growing. more
“We’re bringing back City Lights, Atomic Grill and even Café In The Barn!” exclaimed chef and self-styled “maestro” John Elkhay on a recent summer afternoon. And he was only just getting started, discussing his upcoming appearance as guest chef at The Revolving Door restaurant more
Planting three times to get eggplant, beans and a selection of Chinese vegetables that sell well in urban farmers markets is not the best way to start a season. more
Several cycles of Pentagon budget cuts and plans for a smaller U.S. military haven’t dimmed the optimism of the southern New England defense sector. Largely thanks to submarine giant General Dynamics Electric Boat, the industry has remained stable over the last several years and could even see growth ahead. But military contractors and the numerous companies linked to their supply chain are not relying solely on the political clout of the local congressional delegation to keep contracts comings. more
Michael McKelvy joined the Gilbane Building Co. in Providence in June as president and chief operating officer, after spending 26 years in various leadership roles at CH2M HILL, which is based in Englewood, Colo. He discusses work Gilbane will soon begin on the South Street Landing project in Providence, planned improvements to its headquarters in the city and the company’s plans for growth. more
U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, center, works with members of The Nature Conservancy on the “living shoreline” project on the Narrow River in Narragansett on Aug. 21. The project is using oyster shells and recycled materials to help protect against coastal erosion, sea-level rise and loss of habitat. The project was funded in part by the R.I. Coastal Resources Management Council and is also expected to tap federal funds. If successful, the project will be expanded to other Rhode Island locations. more
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