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$1M program to pay med students’ loans

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Foundation announced today the creation of a loan forgiveness program for medical students who elect to become primary care...

Mass. home sales up 12% from a year ago

BOSTON – Single-family home sales in Massachusetts last month increased nearly 12 percent compared with July 2008, The Warren Group reported today. The Boston-based real...

Conley looks to sell Allens Ave. property

PROVIDENCE – Local developer Patrick T. Conley has “informally” placed his Providence waterfront property on Allens Avenue on the market, he told Providence Business...
FROM A TO B: Gov. Donald L. Carcieri, second from left, and other state and local officials tour the intermodal transportation facility being built near T.F. Green Airport. /

Warwick airport project nearing halfway point

With a troubled economy, falling air ridership and statewide unemployment in the double-digits, it might seem to some like a peculiar time to build...
BREEZING IN: The EDC is funding feasibility studies looking at small wind turbines, such as this one at New England Institute of Technology. /

Land-based wind turbines explored in Rhode Island

While much attention has been focused on Rhode Island’s quest to build the nation’s first offshore wind farm, the R.I. Economic Development Corporation (EDC)...
THE MURAL in Woonsocket was funded by the Workforce Partnership of Greater R.I. as part of the ARRA. /

Public art seen as aid in attracting visitors

Perhaps the simplest most inexpensive, way to spruce up a house is to hang a few pictures. So why not extend the idea to...
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Report: R.I. social safety net disjointed, costly

Rhode Island’s hodgepodge of social service programs broadly form a “social safety net” critical to thousands of poor, unemployed and disabled residents. But a...

DOT workers tapped for alumni award

PROVIDENCE – University of Rhode Island alumni at the R.I. Department of Transportation (DOT) garnered the URI Alumni Association’s 2009 Outstanding Chapter of the...

RE/MAX: Market could be stabilizing

The housing market may be stabilizing, at least according to figures released this week by RE/MAX New England. The real estate firm reported that sales...

Capital Properties net income falls

EAST PROVIDENCE – Capital Properties Inc., the landlord of most of Providence’s Capital Center, reported net income fell to $372,000 during the second quarter...

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