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The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell below 7,000 yesterday, for the first time since May 1997, largely on news that ailing insurance and reinsurance giant American International Group Inc. (NYSE: AIG) recorded the largest quarterly loss in U.S. history. more
Rhode Island currently has no statewide rules for land-based wind energy projects. Should the state develop them to help in the establishment of a renewable energy sector in the state? more
The Providence City Council is expected next month to consider the Abandoned Property Registration, Security and Maintenance ordinance, which strengthens local efforts to fix up so-called nuisance properties. The ordinance would be the first of its kind in the state if approved. It would create a series of fees and fines designed to prevent residential properties from staying vacant or falling into disrepair. more
The Arcade Providence reopened to the public after a five-year hiatus Oct. 21. Ten new shops and one restaurant began serving customers. Those businesses are expected to be joined by six more on the first floor of the Arcade in the next few months. more
The R.I. Economic Development Corporation (EDC) just came out with its 2009 Economic Plan, and it differs from last year's focus on creating Innovation Economy jobs in a number of ways. Will the new plan make a difference in the state's economy in 2009? more
With the R.I. Department of Transportation registering a significant structural deficit, much of the roadway and bridge maintenance that should be done is being deferred. Should more tolls be added to the Aquidneck Island bridges to cover scheduled maintenance (and thus take them out of the DOT’s operating budget)? more
After years of often-contentious debate, state lawmakers are on the verge of approving legislation allowing same-sex couples to marry in Rhode Island. more
When the R.I. Department of Education released a statement saying that 40 percent of this year’s junior class was in danger of not graduating from high school because of sub-standard scores on the … more
In December, Gov. Donald L. Carcieri proposed a $200 million small-business stimulus package that included a commitment by eight banks to lend as much as $165 million … more
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