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Last week The Rhode Island Foundation created a two-day event, “Make It Happen RI,” to bring the private sector together to brainstorm specific plans, along with paths to implementation, to jump start the state’s economy. more
One of the attractions of wind energy is its independence from the volatile nature of fossil fuel prices. Would you be willing to pay more for energy now to hedge against long-term trends of higher energy prices? more
The state’s appropriation for the Slater Technology Fund has been trimmed once again in Gov. Donald L. Carcieri’s fiscal year 2011 budget proposal. Is cutting the venture fund’s resources the best way to go about balancing the state budget? more
Last week Lifespan announced that it was considering merging the operations of The Miriam Hospital and Rhode Island Hospital in a cost-saving measure. Management said there would be no job or … more
Providence Mayor Angel Taveras and Public Safety Commissioner Steven Pare praised the job that Police Chief Dean Esserman has done since being appointed to head the embattled department in 2003. Do you agree? more
The state released a report last week that represents the beginning of what Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee says will be a comprehensive look at reforming Rhode Island’s business regulation regime. Will the effort be successful? more
Thanks to a $250,000 gift from former Nortek CEO Richard L. Bready, Trinity Repertory Company Artistic Director Curt Columbus is now “The Richard L. Bready Artistic Director.” The gift … more
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