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(Updated 4 p.m.) Completed renovations of the Kinsley Building on Westminster Street were unveiled Monday afternoon. more
Fitch Ratings has affirmed its ratings on Pawtucket’s general obligation bonds at BBB+, and is maintaining a stable outlook. more
Warwick had the lowest unemployment rate in September at 4.2 percent among four area cities identified by the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics. more
Payrolls and wage growth soared in October, prompting the market to fortify its resolve that the Federal Reserve will deliver its first interest rate hike in roughly nine and a half years in December. more
Gateway Healthcare recently opened the state’s first residential treatment facility for adolescents with both mental health and substance abuse issues. more
Care New England is holding an event to honor its employees who have served in the United States military. more
Southcoast Health recently became the third hospital in New England to offer a new surgical implant that permits some atrial fibrillation patients to no longer take blood thinning medications. more
Partnering with his Republican co-chair of the House Bipartisan Disabilities Caucus, U.S. Rep. Jim Langevin recently introduced the Lifespan Respite Care Act of 2015. more
Herbert Aronow is the new director of interventional cardiology at the Cardiovascular Institute of Rhode Island Hospital, The Miriam Hospital and Newport Hospital. He earned his medical degree at … more
It’s a mistake to make a federal case out of a single outbreak of food poisoning. It’s worth pointing out, however, the utter failure of Congress to do more to prevent foodborne illness, which costs Americans some $15 billion in treatment and lost work days every year. more
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