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Collette Cares, the philanthropic arm of Pawtucket-based travel tourism company Collette, has launched its first Rhode Island signature program by awarding Children’s Friend its signature literacy grant, which focuses on youth literacy in the Ocean State. more
The New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center is hosting a Seafood Throwdown in partnership with the Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance, Mass in Motion New Bedford and the New Bedford Farmers Market on Thursday, Sept. 8. more
Blithewold Mansions, Garden and Arboretum’s biannual grand tour gala, the organization’s largest fundraising event, raised $180,000 to benefit preservation of the mansion, the 33-acre estate and Van Wickle family history. more
The 29th annual Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards named Aquidneck Island the 10th best island in the nation in its 2016 “Top 10 Islands in the U.S.” ranking. more
What three words best describe your staff? Dedicated, enthusiastic, determined. What three words would your staff use to describe work? Exciting, adventurous, driven. What employee benefit is the most popular … more
With the days ticking down to summer, marking Block Island's busiest time of year for tourism and commerce, a delayed $107 million utility project has some local businesses worried the island will not be ready for this year's tide of tourists. … more
People who stumbled upon the first prototype for WaterFire Providence in 1994 could be forgiven for responding with a puzzled "huh?" and then moving along. Who knew this odd public art event would bring millions of people and hundreds of millions of … more
While it always heartening to see culinary tourism championed, we were disappointed that the June 24 Providence Business News article about this topic ignored the more than a decade of work that our organization – with the help of many like-minded … more
As the 2016 summer kicks into high gear, some Rhode Island tourism hotspots have gone mobile, with a smartphone that is, driven by the convenience and low cost of using the ubiquitous tool. For the Providence Independence Trail, headed by … more
Peter Angelone stood on the bank of a pond in Hopkinton. A stand of tall pine trees shaded the water from the summer sun. Angelone, principal fishery biologist for the R.I. Department of Environmental Management, moved out from the shadow … more
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