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Sunday, June 17, 2018

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DAVE TAYLOR, owner of Lorraine Fabrics since 1997,  doesn't know exactly how many types of fabric the store sells. It's
"thousands and thousands," he says, far more than most competitors could ever try to match. /

A world of fabrics under one roof

Lorraine Fabrics began its life in the late 1800s as Lorraine Manufacturing Co. At that time the business, which was started by Frederic Clark...
MAYOR DAVID N. CICILLINE, right, and other city commuters brave the rain this morning in Providence to participate in Bike to Work Day. The annual RIDOT event promotes bicycling as a healthful means of reducing energy use, pollution and rush-hour traffic.  /

Cicilline hits the road for Bike to Work Day

PROVIDENCE – Mayor David N. Cicilline joined hundreds of other Rhode Island commuters today for Bike to Work Day 2007.Cicilline left his East Side...

Kopin 1Q revenue slips 3.2% to $18.1M

TAUNTON – In the quarter ended March 31, Kopin Corp. (Nasdaq: KOPN) saw total revenue decrease 3.2 percent to $18.1 million from $18.7 million...

P&W Railroad posts 1Q loss of $1.16M

WORCESTER – For the quarter ended March 31, the Providence and Worcester Railroad Co. (AMEX: PWX) this week said its loss widened to $1.16...

U.S. industrial output rises 0.7% in April

WASHINGTON – The nation’s industrial output increased 0.7 percent in April, pushing the Federal Reserve’s Industrial Production Index to 113.0 points (2002 = 100)...
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Nasdaq stays its de-listing of Kopin shares

TAUNTON – Nasdaq has agreed to stay its de-listing of the Kopin Corp. (Nasdaq: KOPN) until the company’s situation can be reviewed by...
BRADFORD DYE, shown before yesterday's blaze, 'is working with its advisors, contractors and others to determine what steps are necessary' to reopen, spokesman Gregg Perry said in a statement today. /

Bradford Dye unsure when it can reopen

WESTERLY – The Bradford Dyeing Association Inc. remains closed after a fire yesterday evening that forced the evacuation of dozens of nearby homes. ...
'NOISE ISSUES still exist for may home and business owners,' U.S. Sen. Jack Reed said in announcing the money, which will help buy homes affected by noise from T.F. Green. /

RIAC gets $10M for noise abatement at Green

The R.I. Airport Corporation will receive $10 million in Federal Aviation Administration funds to continue its home-acquisition program in Warwick, U.S. Sen. Jack...
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R.I. economy slips into idle in March, CCI shows

KINGSTON – “Like the nation’s, Rhode Island’s economy slowed during the first quarter,” University of Rhode Island economist Leonard Lardaro said today in his...
MAJOR AIRPORTS and metro areas facing unacceptable delays by 2025 if planned improvements do not occur, according to the FAA's FACT 2 report. /

FAA: Green will be ready for air traffic in 2025

WASHINGTON – T.F. Green Airport (PVD) will have sufficient capacity to handle its needs through at least 2025, if planned improvements are made, according...
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