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Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., center with orange jacket, joins Serve Rhode Island volunteers scooping trash from pond shores at Roger Williams Park on April 20. More than 200 volunteers braved wind and rain to join the effort, the sixth organized at the Providence park by the group since October 2008. Every year volunteers fill hundreds of trash bags with bottles, paper, plastic bags and other litter. more
From the home of the Brooklyn Nets to a ski resort in northern Vermont and an office building in downtown New Bedford, enterprises across the country are cashing in on the global desire to live in the United States. more
Brown University’s decision to expand its School of Engineering within its College Hill campus was driven in part by analysis of an extensive collection of data involving faculty, staff and students, including an elaborate map that tracked regular travel patterns in order to best determine the location of new buildings. more
The first medical-marijuana dispensary has opened in Rhode Island and likely will soon be followed by another, despite uncertain business prospects due to scaled-back plans following years of legal and legislative wrangling. more
Massachusetts’ real gross state product increased at a 3.9 percent annualized rate during the first quarter, according to the Current Economic Index released Friday by MassBenchmarks. more
Exceptional women from Rhode Island businesses in six industry categories, as well as a leading career achiever and an outstanding mentor, were chosen for Providence Business News’ sixth annual Business Women Awards program. more
WaterFire Providence has been selected as one of 817 nonprofit organizations nationwide to receive a National Endowment for the Arts grant, the national organization announced Friday. more
Medical technology maker Covidien Plc reported second-quarter earnings of $439 million, or 92 cents per diluted share, an 11.7 percent drop from the $497 million, or $1.02 per diluted share, it reported during the second quarter of 2012. more
The Providence-Fall River-New Bedford area foreclosure rate fell 0.14 percentage points for February compared to the same period in 2012, CoreLogic said Friday. more
A.T. Cross Co. saw its bottom line rise 6.6 percent to $1.6 million, or 13 cents per diluted share, from the first quarter of 2012 to the first quarter of 2013, the personal- and business-accessories maker announced after the market closed on Thursday. more
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