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Good investments are important for R.I.

Just as the state should be careful how it cuts spending (see this week’s lead editorial, on RIte Care), it must also take great...

Paint makers to appeal to R.I. Supreme Court

PROVIDENCE – Two paint manufacturers today filed notices they will appeal Superior Court Associate Justice Michael A. Silverstein’s Feb. 26 ruling in the state’s...
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Ceramics Process Systems becomes CPS

CHARTLEY, Mass. – Ceramics Process Systems Corp. (OTCBB: CPSX) has changed its name to CPS Technologies Corp., effective immediately.“CPS began as a developer of...

February producer prices outpace expectations

WASHINGTON – The Producer Price Index for Finished Goods, a measure of wholesale prices, rose 1.3 percent last month after seasonal adjustment, the U.S....

Lincoln Park agrees to let RIPTA return

At a meeting yesterday evening in Lincoln, Lincoln Park and R.I. Public Transit Authority officials agreed to a resumption of bus service to the...

Astro-Med officers to exercise 85,000 options

WEST WARWICK – Astro-Med Inc. (Nasdaq: A LOT) says five company officers plan to exercise options on a total of 85,000 shares of Astro-Med...

RIPTA eager to talk to Lincoln Park

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Public Transit Authority’s buses still are not stopping at Lincoln Park, and a RIPTA spokeswoman says the park hasn’t been...

RIPTA buses won’t stop at Lincoln Park

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Public Transit Authority said its buses will stop entering Lincoln Park, effective today, because the gambling facility no longer allows...
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AAA: R.I. gas prices rise 7¢ to $2.569

PROVIDENCE – Gasoline prices in Rhode Island have risen 7 cents, in their fourth straight week of increases, to their highest level since September,...

Group calling for stronger mass transit

Calling it vital to the future of Providence and the state, a public transit study group formed by Providence Mayor David N. Cicilline is...
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