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ARTHUR S. ROBBINS, a co-founder of the Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau who also served for 41 years on HopeHealth's board of directors, died Tuesday at the age of 91. / COURTESY HOPEHEALTH

Former PWCVB founder, longtime HopeHealth board member Robbins dies at 91

PROVIDENCE – Arthur S. Robbins, a local business leader who co-founded the Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau and served four decades on HopeHealth’s...

Five Questions With: Kelly Ward

Kelly Ward is the president and co-founder of Ward’s Manufacturing, a new metal fabrication manufacturer based in Warren. Ward and her brother Kiffin, who...

WaterRower acquires New York-based CityRow

WARREN – Following a yearslong manufacturing partnership, Rhode Island exercise machine manufacturer WaterRower Inc. has acquired New York City-based CityRow. CityRow founder and CEO Helaine...

Man faces deportation after scamming Home Depot for $300K in store...

PROVIDENCE – A Brazilian national faces deportation for his role in a fraudulent Home Depot credit scheme, U.S. Attorney for the District of Rhode...

South Coast life sciences incubator gets $800K state grant

MANSFIELD – Southeastern Massachusetts' biomanufacturing and life sciences sector will receive an $800,000 infusion of in support of innovation and training initiatives, state officials...

Consumer sentiment edges higher as economic growth accelerates and inflation fades 

WASHINGTON (AP) – A measure of consumer sentiment ticked higher this month, after soaring in December and January, underscoring that Americans are starting to...

U.S. wholesale inflation accelerated in January in latest sign that prices...

WASHINGTON (AP) – Wholesale prices in the United States picked up in January, the latest sign that some inflation pressures in the economy remain...

Retail sales fall 0.8% in January from December

NEW YORK (AP) – Americans took a break from spending in January after the traditional holiday season splurge. Retail sales fell 0.8% in January from...
KVH INDUSTRIES INC. is undergoing “transformative initiative” that will include a shakeup of its management team and laying off 20% of its workforce at its hardware manufacturing plant in Middletown, the company says. / COURTESY KVH INDUSTRIES INC.

KVH Industries to lay off 75 workers at Middletown plant

MIDDLETOWN – KVH Industries Inc. says it is undergoing a “transformative initiative” that will include a shakeup of its management team and laying off...

Aspen Aerogels posts $45.8M loss in 2023

PROVIDENCE – Aspen Aerogels Inc. on Tuesday reported a $45.8 million loss in 2023, down from $82.7 million loss in 2022.  The loss per diluted...
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