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Three firms to pitch mixed-use apartment buildings for I-195 district’s Parcel...

PROVIDENCE – Three competing visions for the future of a 1.08-acre property at the base of College Hill next to the Michael S. Van...

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Stocks drop the most since May on worries over China, Fed

Stocks on Wall Street closed sharply lower Monday, mirroring losses overseas and handing the S&P 500 index its biggest drop in four months. Worries about debt-engorged...

A tale of 2 bike lanes: Providence moves ahead with contested South Water Street...

PROVIDENCE – Providence has pumped the brakes on a contested two-way bike lane along Mount Pleasant Avenue. But similar concerns have not stopped the city...

Judge tosses some convictions against ex-Fall River Mayor Correia

BOSTON (AP) – A federal judge on Monday tossed out several convictions against the Massachusetts mayor elected at just 23 years old who...

Cranston innovator develops “Brilliantly Warm” to relieve chest coldness post-mastectomy, reconstructive surgery

CRANSTON – When Kristen Carbone had a mastectomy and breast reconstruction surgery in 2013, she wasn’t sure what to anticipate in the long-term. “One of...
ONE HUNDRED PERCENT of profits from a new product line from Chobani, called the Ends Child Hunger Product Family, will be donated to North Kingstown-based nonprofit Edesia Nutrition. / COURTESY CHOBANI

New Chobani peanut butter line to aid local nonprofit Edesia Nutrition

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Chobani, a U.S. company known for its yogurts, announced that it is entering the peanut butter market and will be donating...

R.I. culture, humanities and arts nonprofits receive nearly $1M in ARPA-funded grants

PROVIDENCE – Nearly $1 million in grants have been allocated to 121 culture, humanities and arts nonprofits in Rhode Island. The funds come from the...

R.I. gas prices tick up 1 cent

PROVIDENCE – The average price of self-serve, regular unleaded gasoline in Rhode Island increased 1 cent week to week to $3.09 per gallon, 11...

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THE ULTIMATE PERK: More companies consider offering unlimited vacation time. Others...

When Erin Pavane landed a job at a tech startup in Massachusetts eight years ago, she was shocked about one of the perks: Pavane was allowed to take all the paid vacation time she wanted, as long she was getting her job done while at work. She couldn’t believe a company would offer such a thing. Visions of her co-workers...

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Workplace Wellness Programs Are Evolving: Is Your Business Keeping Up?

During the pandemic, maintaining workplace wellness  programs became a challenge for businesses big and small, as many businesses had to quickly transition their traditional wellness programs...

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How can Cox Business help your retail business? You're always thinking about your business, even if you can't always be there. With Cox Business Security...

How the Hospitality Industry Can Weather the COVID-19 Storm

To say that the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the hospitality landscape is an understatement. The changes due to the pandemic have brought most of...

Brian Parylak Joins Home Loan Investment Bank Mortgage Team

Home Loan Investment Bank is pleased to announce that Barrington resident Brian Parylak has joined the team as a Mortgage Banker at the bank’s...

Michael V. Longo, MD, joins Rhode Island Medical Imaging...

Michael V. Longo, MD, has joined Rhode Island Medical Imaging as a radiologist. Dr. Longo completed a Body Imaging and Interventions Fellowship and a...

Jason Halpern, MD, joins Rhode Island Medical Imaging as...

Jason Halpern, MD, has joined Rhode Island Medical Imaging as a radiologist. Dr. Halpern completed a Residency in Diagnostic Radiology, Department of Diagnostic Imaging,...

Rhode Island Leadership Consultant Jeffrey Deckman Wins the International...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact Jeffrey Deckman Capability Accelerators 401-862-6454 Jeffrey@JeffreyDeckman.com Jeffrey Deckman, leadership consultant and founder of Capability Accelerators, has won the International Business Award’s 2021 Innovator and Thought Leader...

KMS Solutions, LLC awarded $21.4 million Support Services contract...

Middletown, RI – On July 23, 2021, KMS Solutions, LLC was awarded a $21.4 million, five-year contract to provide Systems Safety and Reliability and...

Starkweather & Shepley Underwrites Westerly’s Colonial Theatre Internship Program

EAST PROVIDENCE, RI AUGUST 2021– Starkweather & Shepley Insurance Brokerage Inc. (S&S), is proud to have supported the Colonial Theatre, in Westerly, Rhode Island,...

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