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Workforce Board announces $1.3M in grants

PROVIDENCE – More than 4,000 workers across the state will benefit from the 69 grants, totaling about $1.3 million, announced this week by the...

Carcieri signs bill encouraging donations<br> by part-time R.I. residents

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Donald L. Carieri today signed into law a measure that encourages part-time residents to give to Ocean State charities.Under the new...

Capital Properties profit sags 20.7% to $1.3M

EAST PROVIDENCE – For the year ended Dec. 31, Capital Properties Inc.’s profit declined 20.7 percent to $1.319 million, according to the company’s...

Providence Metallizing settles clean air charges

BOSTON – The Providence Metallizing Co. has settled U.S. Environmental Protection Agency allegations of Clean Air Act violations by agreeing to pay a...

Meyer & Associates bought by Fla. firm

Warwick-based Meyer & Associates, a deli sales and marketing firm serving the New England region, has been acquired by Acosta Sales and Marketing Co....

Newport County Chamber endorses RI-WINs

MIDDLETOWN – The Newport County Chamber of Commerce yesterday announced its full support for the Rhode Island Wireless Innovation Networks (RI-WINs) effort to create...

Biszko Contracting faces $36,400 in safety fines

Biszko Contracting Corp. of Fall River faces $36,400 in potential fines for allegedly failing to supply cave-in protection at a work site on Lenox...

Hexagon division, Faro settle disputes

LAKE MARY, Fla., and NORTH KINGSTOWN – Romer Inc., a Hexagon Metrology company, and Faro Technologies Inc. have agreed to settle all outstanding disputes...

JWU to create Feinstein Technology & Design Center

PROVIDENCE – Johnson & Wales University today announced plans to create the Alan Shawn Feinstein Technology & Design Center, to benefit local nonprofits.Starting this...

PACE-R.I. joins CareLink network

PROVIDENCE – The PACE (Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly) Organization of Rhode Island today announced it has joined CareLink, a nonprofit...
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