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BankRI to open new headquarters on I-195 land

PROVIDENCE – The unnamed financial services firm tied to the winning development proposal for former I-195 land has revealed itself. Bank Rhode Island on Wednesday...

Mayflower Wind seeks state approval to run cables under Portsmouth

PROVIDENCE – An offshore wind developer wants to run cables up the Sakonnet River and under Aquidneck Island to deliver electricity to Massachusetts' south...

McKee announces site, developer for new state health lab

PROVIDENCE – An empty parking lot in Providence’s I-195 Redevelopment District will house the state’s new public health lab. Gov. Daniel J. McKee on Tuesday...

Citizens nixes nonsufficient funds fees

PROVIDENCE – Citizens Bank customers no longer have to worry about fees charged for not having enough money in their account to cover a...

Five Questions With: Vanessa Zampini

Vanessa Zampini was recently hired as vice president and cash management manager for Bank Rhode Island. She has more than 30 years of banking...

Quincy granola company wins HarborOne pitch contest

PROVIDENCE – A Quincy, Mass.-based granola company won HarborOne Bank’s annual small-business pitch contest. As the winner of HarborOne’s 2022 Small Business Pitch Contest, Alskinny...

Navigant Credit Union donates $100K to Women & Infants Hospital

PROVIDENCE – Navigant Credit Union recently donated $100,000 to Women & Infants Hospital for its capital campaign, according to Care New England Health System...

Checks starting for R.I. child tax rebate program

PROVIDENCE – The state has started sending out checks to low- and middle-income families as part of a tax rebate program approved in the...

BankRI President Meiklejohn moves to parent company, Tsonos named new R.I....

PROVIDENCE – Bank Rhode Island’s president is moving up to the bank’s parent company, while another C-suite leader will take over the Rhode Island...

‘Superman’ building deal would cut $29M from tax bill

PROVIDENCE – Developers planning to redevelop the city’s tallest skyscraper could save $29 million in property taxes over the next 30 years. The proposed tax...
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