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Most R.I. residents favor return of gaming rights

DARTMOUTH, Mass. – A survey by the University of Massachusetts–Dartmouth Center for Policy Analysis has found that a majority of Rhode Island residents favor...

LIN TV 4Q revenue rises 40% on political ads

PROVIDENCE – LIN TV Corp. said last week that its net revenue for the fourth quarter of 2006 was $129.1 million, up 40 percent...

Im-aj honored for R.I. Housing, Crossroads ads

Im-aj Communications and Design has been honored in the Service Industry Advertising Awards, a national competition, for television ads it created for Rhode Island...
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Celebrating 70 years of radio

A new exhibit at Brown University celebrates 70 years of student radio.It includes photos, posters, stickers and an audio documentary chronicling students’ reasons for...
THE CENTRAL FALLS school district, among others, might have to join the state health insurance plan if the measure passes.  /

Bill would make schools<br> join state insurance plan

STATE HOUSE – A bill introduced in the General Assembly by Rep. Jan P. Malik (D-Dist. 67, Warren, Barrington), would require school districts to...
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Eident to market Hockey East sponsorships

WAKEFIELD, Mass. – The Hockey East Association, a highly competitive regional collegiate hockey conference, has signed Providence-based Eident Sports Marketing to manage and market...

Westerly Hospital data breach affects 2,000

WESTERLY – Social Security numbers and other private data for about 2,000 Westerly Hospital patients were posted online, at a Web site that was...
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Three R.I. firms unite in ‘Marketing Alliance’

CRANSTON – Three Rhode Island companies today announced they have banded together to form The Marketing Alliance, offering clients one-stop shoping for a variety...
TREASURER Frank T. Caprio. /

R.I. removes Shenkman Capital as fund manager

PROVIDENCE – R.I. General Treasurer Frank T. Caprio yesterday announced the termination of one of the state’s pension investment managers, New York City-based Shenkman...
MATTHEW THOMAS, chief sachem of the Narragansett Indian Tribe discusses last year's attempt to gain gambling rights for the tribe. /

Tribe sees hope in recent UMass poll

Narragansett Indian Tribe Chief Sachem Matthew Thomas used the results of a University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth poll of Rhode Island residents to reiterate his commitment...
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