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Turnout key in R.I. primaries

It may be a mid-term election, but there’s nothing dull about this year’s campaign season in Rhode Island, at the state level and especially...

Taking this summit to the top of the charts

Being the spouse of a public figure can be an opportunity or a curse. Thankfully for the women of Southern New England, Kati Machtley...

Banking on potential of women, minorities

Denise Barge has never owned a business, and admits that she likely never will. But Barge, a former banking executive who now heads two...
One of the key draws of Taylor Duane Barton & Gilman LLP is its equal treatment of all attorneys in administrative functions. /

Respect, equal treatment help to retain workers

The concept of treating all employees with an even level of respect isn’t necessarily exclusive to Taylor Duane Barton & Gilman LLP. But the...
GOV. DONALD L. CARCIERI called the passage of the supplemental budget "the first step in solving the state's fiscal crisis." /

Carcieri signs FY 2008 supplemental budget

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Donald L. Carcieri signed into law the FY 2008 supplemental budget plan shortly after it was passed by the state Senate. Approved...

New, rehabbed hotels are delivering more meetings

From smart-growth advocates to economic development officials, groups and individuals from across Rhode Island watched with great anticipation as the long-vacant Masonic Temple was...

Cityscape continues to change, but pace slows

At times, it seems like the only changes to Providence’s skyline are the moving cranes and wrecking balls. But developers of some of the...

New, rehabbed hotels are delivering more meetings

From smart-growth advocates to economic development officials, groups and individuals from across Rhode Island watched with great anticipation as the long-vacant Masonic Temple was...

New, rehabbed hotels are delivering more meetings

From smart-growth advocates to economic development officials, groups and individuals from across Rhode Island watched with great anticipation as the long-vacant Masonic Temple was...

Cityscape continues to change, but pace slows

At times, it seems like the only changes to Providence’s skyline are the moving cranes and wrecking balls. But developers of some of the...

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