Updated September 28 at 12:28pm
Transportation
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Gasoline prices in Rhode Island and Massachusetts fell 2 cents this week, AAA Northeast said Monday. more
Updated 1:18 p.m. There’s going to be a new way to get to Block Island. The R.I. Division of Public Utilities and Carriers on Thursday approved an application filed by Rhode Island Fast Ferry Inc. more
Reason Foundation published its 22nd annual Highway Report on Thursday ranking all 50 states in terms of overall highway performance and cost effectiveness. The news isn’t good for Rhode Island, as its 47th ranking lands it only three spots higher than last place Alaska. more
Companies that remove snow, supply electricity to commercial customers and remove toxins from drinking water were among the 30 local enterprises that were recognized Wednesday night at Providence Business News’ fifth Fastest-Growing & Innovative Companies event, held at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick. more
Gasoline prices are unchanged from a week ago in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, according to AAA Northeast. more
(Updated, 4:37 p.m.) Passenger traffic at T.F. Green Airport increased 1.6 percent to 337,336 in August over a year ago, according to the R.I. Airport Corp. With that gain, total passenger traffic at the state’s only commercial airport has increased 2.7 percent through the first eight months of the year to 2,428,374. more
The debate about what – if anything – should be done to reduce the number of panhandlers downtown intensified as a group of homeless advocates clashed with members of the business community over how to move forward. more
Marco P. Uriati, chief legal officer of the Arpin Group Inc., has been appointed chief operating officer. more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island held steady this week in Rhode Island, but fell 1 cent in Massachusetts, AAA Northeast said Monday. more
In another blow to Samsung Electronics Co.’s new Note 7 smartphone, aviation regulators in several countries are advising against turning on or charging the device on airline flights because its batteries can catch fire and explode. more
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