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The art and profit of clip magnets

As a student at Rhode Island School of Design in the early 1980s, Gail Ahlers had a professor who stressed the importance of promotion...

New Quonset Gateway plan adds more office space

The Quonset Development Corporation and developer New Boston Development Partners LLC last week unveiled a revised plan for the proposed Gateway project in the...

Beacon report is damning, but response is muted

Nineteen months after a whistleblower’s allegations sparked a probe into The Beacon Mutual Insurance Co., and more than a year after an independent team...

Newport unfazed by O2 demise

A $1.4 billion investment isn’t something to scoff at. But despite The Procaccianti Group’s announcement last month that it would pull out of sweeping...
STATE WORKERS are going to have to make major concessions on benefits, says Gov. Donald L. Carcieri. /

Governor sees more state job reductions in future

In proposing the state’s budget in February, Gov. Donald L. Carcieri conceded it was going be a difficult fiscal year. But what he didn’t...
ROYAL MILLS, originally slated to include 78 condominiums along with 171 rental units, is now all apartments. /

Shifting market bolsters rental unit development

Royal Mills was slated to be Struever Bros., Eccles & Rouse’s only project in Rhode Island to include a condominium component. But in the...
THE KRISPY KREME store on Pontiac Avenue in Cranston will shut its doors on July 12 after four years in this market. /

Krispy Kreme to bow out of the R.I., Mass markets

When Krispy Kreme first came to Rhode Island in 2003, it was greeted by long lines of customers and a media frenzy. But after...
THE RAMPS connecting Interstate 95 with the relocated Interstate 195 have been taking shape for months, and with each big, blue piece that gets added to support columns, motorists can better imagine what the finished project will look like. /

Route 195 relocation taking shape

The first completed portion of the Interstate 195 relocation project is on track to open to the public later this year, a R.I. Department...

Newport Grand plan dead after Assembly inaction

The plan redefined the “grand” in the name: The Procaccianti Group, already involved in such high-profile projects as The Residences at The Westin, was...
KEVIN BENNETT, of Capital Curbing Inc., works on a curb project on Route 107 in Burrillville. The company has used the Mission 360 program to expand its business. /

Partners help DOT diversify

A new R.I. Department of Transportation program is looking to take a full-circle approach to providing local minority-owned firms their chance to get work...

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