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A little bragging never hurt anyone

Kudos to the Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau for its recently completed course “Positively Providence.”The session helped teach 55 people whose jobs require...

Crunch time on Smith Hill

Enough tinkering around the edges. Rhode Island’s structural deficit needs to be fixed, and the business community is right to demand bold action.There is...

Health care needs more connections

According to national research, 30 percent of medical testing is duplicative. The reason: Doctors don’t know that the information they are testing for is...

Keep the pressure on for R.I. wind energy

It is baffling that the Massachusetts wind energy project is meeting such a strong, well, headwind.The project, which could supply 75 percent of the...

Shorter runway helps extension plan

The R.I. Airport Corporation board of directors has taken a step in the right direction in trying to find an acceptable compromise for the...

Car emissions plan needs push for EPA

Rhode Island has more than a passing interest in ameliorating the impact of climate change. As the Ocean State, we would have a front...

Pawtucket’s success is not an accident.

Herb Weiss is an indefatigable cheerleader for Pawtucket. Any journalist within earshot and any business owner thinking of relocating to the city can attest...

Prosperity can grow where the sun shines

Two weeks ago, the R.I. Economic Development Corporation and R.I. National Guard took a handful of local businessmen on a joint trade mission to...

A one-stop shop that makes a lot of sense

During its decade-long existence, the Rhode Island Manufacturing Extension Service has helped businesses function more efficiently. It is credited with increasing or retaining...

Celebrating what makes us unique

Tourism is about the experience – whether it’s a complete body-pampering spa immersion or watching the oldest Fourth of July Parade in the country...
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