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The pitch: Play all day, snooze the night away. Years in business: Since May 2016 Employees: 11 Cost to obtain franchise: Startup costs typically range from … more
Construction has begun on new visitor facilities at George Washington Memorial Campground here. more
The second annual Brain Week Rhode Island, a celebration of brain health and brain science, will be held from March 11-19, with free events in and around Providence and the University of Rhode Island, in South Kingstown. more
With her Olympia Spritz and The Bitter Saint drinks, Willa Van Nostrand entered the family trade – bartending – with Little Bitte Artisanal Cocktails in 2011. The daughter of an herbalist/midwife and bartender, she began mixing … more
NORTH KINGSTOWN – Although the new multiuse athletic fields located within the Quonset Business Park will open next fall, much work has been completed over the past year, the Quonset Development Corp. announced Dec. 16. Construction of … more
Leaning back in his chair, surrounded by toys, newspaper clippings, memorabilia and other family keepsakes, Alan G. Hassenfeld has a playful smile on his face. With a twinkle in his eye, he explains what the holiday season means to him: … more
This year's "March Madness at the Dunk" is projected to pump $3.5 million into Rhode Island – about the same as it did six years ago – but the success of such events is not always measured in dollars, Providence leaders say. The event … more
Rhode Island will receive $7.7 million this year to fund fish and wildlife conservation projects, as well as recreational opportunities and open space preservation, U.S. Sen. Jack F. Reed said Tuesday. more
A senior from Jamestown is using the power of social media to improve the student experience at the University of Rhode Island. more
PAWTUCKET – Attendance at McCoy Stadium is down dramatically through the first 18 home games of 2016, but Pawtucket Red Sox officials are chalking it up almost entirely to unprecedented bad weather for baseball. Bill Wanless, vice … more
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