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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...
THIS JELLYFISH is among the roughly 10,000 creatures who occupy the 5 million gallon aquarium at Atlantis. The resort is the largest private employer on New Providence Island. /

In search of the big catch

Third in a series on a four-day trade mission to the Bahamas.NASSAU, The Bahamas – Chris Lee and I got an early start yesterday....

Nortek parent posts 1Q profit of $1.2M

PROVIDENCE – For the quarter ended March 31, NTK Holdings Inc., the parent of Nortek Holdings Inc. and Nortek Inc., today posted a profit...
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AAA: R.I. gas prices rise 1¢ to $2.989

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island gasoline prices rose for the 13th consecutive week but remained just shy of $3 per gallon, according to AAA Southern...
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Nestor 1Q loss shrinks 56.8% to $1.51M

PROVIDENCE – After seeing its loss narrow “substantially” in the quarter ended March 31, as revenue from its automated traffic enforcement systems continued to...

Finally, a clear view of airport air quality

Despite legislation and mounting pressure from Attorney General Patrick Lynch, the R.I. Airport Corporation has been resisting requirements that it monitor the air quality...
RIAC HAS INSTALLED air-quality monitoring stations at T.F. Green and to the north, south and west of the airport and has promised to install one to the east as well. A bill before the General Assembly would clarify RIAC's responsibilities and require that all data be turned over to the state legislature, DEM and Health Department. /

Bill aims to ensure T.F. Green Airport<br> tracks, reports air-quality issues

A battle of wills between the R.I. Airport Corporation and state Attorney General C. Patrick Lynch has been simmering since March, when, after the...
THE GEL in this applicator, CaraGuard, is one of several microbicides that could help protect against HIV. 'We're talking about products that sell for pennies a dose,' says Anna Forbes, deputy director of the Global Campaign for Microbicides. /

R.I. doctors testing gels to fight AIDS

Dr. Kenneth Mayer and his staff at Brown University’s AIDS Program have spent more than two decades working to slow the spread of the...

Davol building new HQ to grow into

A booming plastic-surgery market and other favorable trends have made Davol Inc. outgrow its Cranston home, so it’s having a developer build it a...

Summer Infant posts 1Q earnings of 2¢ per share

WOONSOCKET – For the quarter ended March 31, Summer Infant Inc. posted net income of $200,000 or 2 cents per share, on revenue of...
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