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THE RHODE ISLAND Foundation and R.I. Commerce Corp. are collaborating on a project to help support, sustain and grow minority-owned businesses in Rhode Island.

R.I. Commerce Corp., R.I. Foundation collaborate on initiative to help minority-owned...

PROVIDENCE – R.I. Commerce Corp. and the Rhode Island Foundation are collaborating on a project that will help support, sustain and grow minority-owned businesses...

Johnston Planning Board gives $300M retail distribution center initial approval

JOHNSTON – A $300 million retail distribution facility proposed for Johnston was outlined in greater detail on Tuesday, in a hearing before the Johnston...
MARK S. HAYWARD, bottom center, U.S. Small Business Administration Rhode Island District director, shares insights about the small-business relief programs during PBN's 2021 Coronavirus Business Stimulus Summit on Thursday. Also participating was, from top left, Anthony J. Mangiarelli, partner and director of enterprise solutions group for Kahn, Litwin, Renza & Co., PBN Editor Michael Mello, and Kristin Urbach, executive director for the North Kingstown Chamber of Commerce. At bottom left is Jenny Pereira, Rhode Island Foundation vice president of grants and community investment.

PBN summit panelists lay out latest rules on federal, state business...

PROVIDENCE – The dizzying array of state and federal relief programs rolled out over the last year is enough to trip up even the...

Johnston to consider 3.9M square-foot retail distribution center Feb. 16

JOHNSTON – A massive retail distribution center – code-named Project Schooner – will be considered by the Johnston Planning Board in mid-February. An application filed...

R.I. COVID-19 business curfews to be lifted Friday

PROVIDENCE – In an acceleration of guidance provided Thursday, Gov. Gina M. Raimondo will sign an executive order Friday to lift COVID-19-hour-restrictions in place...
SAFETY FIRST: A waiter serves diners during an “Al Fresco on the Hill” event on Atwells Avenue in Providence. Restaurateurs say stressed staffers are playing the role of enforcers of mask guidelines while keeping an eye out for state inspectors.  / COURTESY FEDERAL HILL COMMERCE ASSOCIATION

R.I. restaurants will no longer operate under curfew, but relaxation doesn’t...

PROVIDENCE – Restaurants that have been required to close early for more than two months because of the ongoing pandemic will be freed of...

Delta Airlines to resume flights from T.F. Green

WARWICK – Delta Airlines will resume service to T.F. Green Airport in March, ending a nearly one-year absence caused by the impact of the...

Taunton EHS consultant announces acquisition, hiring plans

TAUNTON – HCG Associates, a Taunton-based consulting company that specializes in environmental, health and safety compliance advice, on Wednesday announced it has acquired another...

SkillsRI receives $100,000 Microsoft grant to expand digital training

PROVIDENCE – Skills for Rhode Island’s Future on Tuesday announced a $100,000 grant from Microsoft Corp. to help Rhode Islanders develop and enhance skills...

R.I. small-business community optimistic for McKee leadership

PROVIDENCE – While the national spotlight now shines on Gov. Gina M. Raimondo in her nomination as U.S. Commerce secretary, it’s Lt. Gov. Daniel...

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