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NEW YORK – Fitch Ratings last week affirmed its AA rating of the Massachusetts Port Authority’s $1.16 billion revenue bonds and its A+ rating of the authority’s $127.4 million passenger facility charge revenue bonds. Fitch said the rating outlook is stable for all of the authority’s debt. more
After a winter respite, sewer-line installation along Providence’s Hope Street has returned, along with traffic detours, parking woes and inconveniences to pedestrians, all of which are causing disruptions and headaches for the area’s small businesses. more
Solar energy to date has largely been focused on buildings – business and residential – and ways in which their inhabitants can reduce carbon footprints via personal responsibility. more
BOSTON – An auto-insurance company has agreed to pay more than $200,000 to settle allegations that it overcharged consumers by failing to reduce premiums as drivers gained additional years of driving experience, Attorney General Martha Coakley said. more
PROVIDENCE – The state has awarded 28 projects a total of $1,524,725 in recreational trail grants from federal transportation funds. more
New R.I. Airport Corporation President and CEO Kelly Fredericks calls himself a “recovering engineer” who’s embraced the marketing, negotiating and cheerleading duties of a modern airport executive. more
Candace Simas grew up working in the office of her family’s Cumberland auto-body shop, but never thought she would end up running the place – until a crisis struck. more
Fitch Ratings announced last week that it has downgraded the R.I. Economic Development Corporation’s approximately $243 million in outstanding R.I. Airport Corporation senior-lien general airport revenue bonds to “BBB+” from “A-.” Fitch revised the rating outlook to stable. more
As electric-car charging stations sprout up across New England, local auto dealers say improving the range and cost of battery-powered vehicles is the real key to improving their popularity. more
The planned Kennedy Plaza transformation, years in the making, is one of Providence Mayor Angel Taveras’ top economic-development priorities. The city plans to spend $1.7 million to help transform the commuter hub into a pedestrian destination with fewer buses and more investment downtown, creating what the mayor has called “a vibrant and dynamic park, pedestrian mall and public space.” more
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