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Markland may sell its 82% stake<br> in Technest Holdings

WARWICK – Markland Technologies Inc., working to transform laboratory technology into real-world products, yesterday said it is "exploring strategic alternatives to maximize shareholder value,"...

Sage aims to reinvent hotel dining

Maggie Longo sees more than drywall and dust when she looks at the site where Temple Downtown Restaurant and Lounge is slated to open...

Tribe ‘weighing options’ after appeal’s rejection

The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the Narragansett Indian Tribe’s appeal of a lower-court ruling that the tribe is subject to Rhode...

Holiday season is high season for R.I. artisans, too

As the shopping season kicks into gear, the big retailers aren’t the only ones hoping for sales. Many local artists and craftspeople are planning...
PBN PHOTO BY STEPHANIE EWENS
Partners J. Hogue and Michael Lozano and are developing the former W.T. Grant Department Store in Pawtucket into a space for artists.

Artists racing ahead of city authorities

Projects run into barriers, especially to mixed useNearly two and a half years after starting renovations, Firehouse No. 13 last week finally got the...
CUSTOMERS line up at the counter for their coffee and pastry during the morning rush. Industrial-sized orders are welcome. /

Doughnuts the old-fashioned way

There is no conveyer belt at Allie’s Donuts Inc.; the doughnuts are all made fresh by hand, the way Allie Briggs made them when...

RI.gov listed among ‘Best of Web’

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island’s state Web site and the state’s Marine No Septic Discharge Online Compliance System Web site were both honored in the...

Nursing care discards the old model

Carol Ranglin beams as she walks through her domain at the Tockwotton Home, a corridor of tidy double rooms. “This one is my...

Warwick to join free BCBSRI wellness plan

WARWICK – Mayor Scott Avedisian Friday announced the city will participate in Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island’s MuniBlue health-management service.Under...

Study finds rail stop makes sense in Pawtucket

If a commuter rail stop were placed in Pawtucket, it could be used by more than 1,000 people every day by 2030, with about...
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