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Nation’s governors here to focus on education

The nation's governors are coming to Providence for their semi-annual meeting in August, and while they will collectively spend many dollars in and around...

St. Elizabeth’s Community to retain S. Providence ties

St. Elizabeth's Community, which is moving its 109 nursing home patients from its Melrose Street facility to a new home in East Greenwich later...
Newport helps fuel a tourismindustry that has been slowedby the economy. (Pilsbury Assoc.)

Tiptoeing past slide with rate, tax cuts

Federal rate cuts and a federal tax cut may be enough to keep the national -- and local -- economies from going into a...

In tribute to Al Johnson, an old time newsman

That old time religion, Alan Sloan, the Wall Street editor for Newsweek, called it. Journalism. "What I'm talking about," he said, "is doing the...

If you’re reading this you’re in good company

If you're a regular reader of Providence Business News it would appear that you are in pretty good company. You like the theater and music,...

Mesa joins high tech casualties

While the industry's leading trade organization attempts to put its best face on Rhode Island's technology sector, some of the industry's most prominent companies...

Theater arts collaboration should be more inclusive

A week ago we applauded the collaboration between Brown University and Trinity Repertory Company to establish a premier arts education program at Brown, offering...
Executive director of SlaterCenter for Design InnovationTracey Dodenhoff. (Brian McDonald)

Grants encourage innovation Slater Design Center’s message

In a state fraught with old and traditional companies, many of which often resist innovation, an effort is under way that not only funds...

The living wage concept: Entitlement or achievement?

I remain troubled by this living wage concept, not that I don't understand the need for people to earn a reasonable income to support...

Nature may not replenish the work of mankind

The smell of the fires seemed to be everywhere, a haze in the night air, a burning in our eyes. We were not used...

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