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NEW YORK - The holiday shopping season in the U.S. is in full swing after most retailers flung open their doors yesterday, offering bargains on everything from televisions to coffee brewers. Here’s … more
The state’s 5 percent hotel tax collections increased year over year for August, but is rising at a slower rate than it did a year ago, according to the R.I. Department of Revenue’s latest report. more
Daniel P. McConaghy has been named chairman of the Council on Elementary and Secondary Education, and William Foulkes has been named chairman of the Council on Post-Secondary Education. more
A Boston-based nonprofit has collaborated with Rhode Island Housing to purchase the 88-unit Aaron Briggs Manor in Providence, which will be preserved for affordable housing for senior citizens. more
Rhode Island was among the top five states with “underwater” mortgages in the first quarter, according to data released Tuesday by CoreLogic. more
If Boston is selected as the host city for the 2024 Olympic summer games, New Bedford will host Olympic and Paralympic sailing on Buzzards Bay. more
A revised truck toll bill that exempts all but tractor-trailers from a system of proposed statewide highway tolls will be discussed Thursday at the state Senate Finance Committee. more
Last week, about 30 Brown University students crashed a campus panel on female university presidents. more
Pawtucket Credit Union President and CEO Karl A. Kozak retired on Thursday after 24 years of growing a financial institution that today is the state’s largest credit union. more
The first hints of construction materialized Thursday as the developer of the South Street Landing project said the firm is on track for a summer closing on the property and completion of the project by early 2017. more
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