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Amid the ongoing effort to make downtown Providence a more attractive place to live and work, there's one aspect of day-to-day life that doesn't get talked about a lot: pets. But if developers and city advocates are correct in estimating … more
THE reality of oceanfront living in Rhode Island is a mixture of rain, wind, ice, snow and storm surge, depending on the season. This, and the fact that so many properties are now impacted by potential flooding, has created a subset of … more
Mission: Roger Williams Park Zoo strives to engage guests in an extraordinary and unique educational experience to improve their understanding of and appreciation for the natural world. We contribute significantly to the conservation of our Earth's … more
To the Editor: I would like to thank Providence Business News for highlighting the plight of property owners facing rising waters and floods in my neighborhood in Newport in the Feb. 24 edition, "Will rising tides flood The Point?" … more
When my organization failed to save a historic house during my first year running a historic-preservation nonprofit in Georgia, it had quite an impact on me. I realized at that moment that we would have to work more closely with others if we were to … more
PROVIDENCE – First Assistant U.S. Attorney Stephen G. Dambruch has been named acting United States attorney for the District of Rhode Island following the departure of former U.S. Attorney Peter F. Neronha, who resigned after being asked by … more
PROVIDENCE – Ten new bikeway projects around Rhode Island will create over 10 miles of path and improve safety and connectivity across the state's bikeway network, Gov. Gina M. Raimondo announced March 13. The projects, totaling $10 million, will … more
PROVIDENCE – Nine members of the Providence City Council voted to set a May 2 special election for Ward 3 residents to vote on Councilman Kevin Jackson's political future, WPRI-TV CBS 12 reported March 13. A weekend special meeting was … more
PROVIDENCE – Two Central Falls women were sentenced to three years in federal prison for using the identities of more than 400 people to file false tax returns, stealing more than $2.6 million in fraudulent tax refunds, former U.S. Attorney Peter … more
Almost 20 years ago, when Anne Szostak led what was then Fleet Bank Rhode Island, she had the demanding career of an executive and a family that included two children. Over time, she came to view the pursuit of a work-life balance as an … more
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