Updated March 26 at 9:26pm
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The summer recess for many members of Congress has not been a time to relax. Town hall meetings across the country have been disrupted by attendees shouting down representatives and senators, especially when the discussions turn to health care reform. more
Is the home of Sims Metal Management Ltd. growing scrap business in New England the kind of business that should be a major part of Providence’s connection to Narragansett Bay? more
The winning design for the new pedestrian bridge over the Providence River has a price tag of $4 million to $5 million. But the city only has $2 million to cover construction costs. Who will pay for the difference? more
The coming of the final event of the America's Cup World Series to Newport at the end of June is seen as an opportunity for the city to reclaim at least some of its former yachting glory. more
One sign that the economy is slowly picking up are the declining delinquency rates for home, auto and consumer debt repayment. Are you and/or your business finding it easier or more difficult to … more
When leaders of the state’s largest public employees union initially balked at letting rank-and-file members vote on a tentative deal with Gov. Donald L. Carcieri to avert layoffs, the governor refused to continue negotiating. more
According to figures released last month by the Carcieri administration, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 has created or saved 1,703 jobs in Rhode Island through state spending. The question is, how widespread are its effects on the state’s businesses? more
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