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Liquor law is looming for servers

It’s a Sunday morning at Mozzarella’s Italian Bar and Grill, more than seven hours since the North Providence establishment stopped serving alcohol. Inside, nearly 30...

R.I. ethnic grocery stores crop up

Champagne flowed freely on a recent frigid Saturday afternoon, as customers and friends waded through aisles, some of them stocked exclusively with Goya products,...
Saul Kaplan and the EDC are promoting a collaborative effort toward innovation in Rhode Island.

EDC’s Kaplan helps lead state’s innovation economy

A report from the Council on Competitiveness, a national organization focused on innovative economic development, says Rhode Island has difficulty competing in science and...

For the new year, resolve to upgrade IT networks

R.I. companies impart advice, forecast trends For the body, New Year’s resolutions can often consist of trimming down and finding new companionship. In the information technology...

R.I. companies launch undersea security project

Four Aquidneck Island research and development companies have begun working on a project aimed at protecting infrastructure along the state’s coast. The Undersea Perimeter Security...

Pawtucket cuts red tape, rolls out the red carpet

When Madhouse Café opened its doors in Pawtucket the Monday after Thanksgiving, Herb Weiss said it was the first new, full-service restaurant to come...

Energy is a top priority as legislators reconvene

In a winter when consumers are expected to face higher costs for heating and electricity, the Rhode Island General Assembly is slated to make...

Despite deregulation, rates still rising

R.I. electricity market hasn’t seen competition State Sen. John Tassoni Jr. watches the rate increases requested by National Grid with disdain. First came an October increase...

New online tool fights jewlry theft

The cases had gone cold. Pieces of jewelry stolen in break-ins, robberies and other thefts sat at pawn shops unbeknownst to authorities with little chance...

R.I. tourism strong, outlook steady

Despite major obstacles, including natural disasters and astronomical gas prices, the tourism industry continued to rebound in 2005, a speaker from the Travel Industry...

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