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R.I. prepares for flu virus

A flu pandemic could potentially affect 300,000 Rhode Islanders within two months, killing 6,600 in a worst-case scenario, the statewide Pandemic Flu Working Group...

Lincoln’s Lighthouse reaches $105M revenue mark

Thomas C. Mrva didn’t become a New England Patriots fan until the 2001 season. An old New York Giants fan, the 46-year-old president and...

Convention coming to Newport

Conventions are generally attractive because of the immediate impact they have on local economies. But ask Newport County Convention & Visitors Bureau President Evan Smith...

R.I. program re-dispenses unused prescription drugs

During a 2004 campaign stop at a nursing home in Coventry, state Rep. Raymond J. Sullivan Jr. was taken aside by a member of...

Café has recipe for expansion

Nestled in the North Kingstown seaside village of Wickford, it’s served as a coffee shop, restaurant and kitchen store in its 25 years. The...
Mary Petryszyn, Vice President at Joint Battlespace Integration at Raytheon, explains the port security system last week.

Portsmouth’s Raytheon unveils port security system

Surveillance, reconnaissance is the focus of Project Athena It looked like Sept. 11 with ships. Four Syrian vessels were all headed to different parts of the...
Luxury Apartments will soon be constructed across from a new Wal-Mart in the Centre of New England development in Coventry.

Mixed-use projects popping up in R.I.

More than 100 years ago, the Rhode Island Training School for Boys in Cranston served as a village of its own, one complete with...

Higher costs needle Christmas tree growers in R.I.

It was almost like changing a tradition. For about 15 years, the price of a Christmas tree at the Patchet Brook Tree Farm in...
Shoppers get an early start on the holiday season at Warwick Mall last Tuesday.
Consumer spending is expected to see modest gains this season, economists say.

Holiday spending spurt is expected

Economists forecast moderate sales gains The holiday window display at OOP! is ready to go. Inside the company’s two stores, the staff is being prepped for...

R.I. readies for close-up as film hub

The creators of the film are dubbing it “Hard Luck.” But if you ask Rhode Island lawmakers, its production is a sign of anything...

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