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The recently concluded Rhode Island Business Plan Competition named two winners, who took home substantial cash and services prizes. Is the state doing enough to help entrepreneurs realize their visions? more
Looking to undo what it sees as an injustice, the Narragansett Indian Tribe is appealing R.I. Superior Court Judge Melanie Wilk Thunberg’s decision to allow a November ballot question asking the state’s voters if full casino gambling should occur at Twin River and Newport Grand. more
National Grid requested an 11.2 percent rate hike in its electricity transmission rate last week. Is the utility justified in asking for a rate increase at this time? more
University of Rhode Island President David M. Dooley has been a proponent of the construction of a URI-Rhode Island College joint teaching and research facility in Providence. Do you agree with him? more
The death of U.S. Sen. Edward M. “Ted” Kennedy last week after a long illness allowed his many supporters the chance to say goodbye and assess his legacy. Will businesses see it the same way that progressives do? more
Fall River Mayor William A. Flanagan recently sent a letter to New England Revolution owner Robert Kraft, inviting him to tour the city as he searches for a new home for the soccer team. more
The Open Space and Recreation Bonds ballot question proposes spending $14.7 million for open space acquisition and state park upgrades. Where do you stand? more
The 15th Flickers: Rhode Island International Film Festival took place Aug. 9-14 across the state. Did you attend any of its events? more
Last week Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee order state agencies to increase the rate at which they are tasked with reviewing state business regulations. Will this change help the state’s businesses? more
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