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Hospitality & Tourism

New, rehabbed hotels are delivering more meetings

From smart-growth advocates to economic development officials, groups and individuals from across Rhode Island watched with great anticipation as the long-vacant Masonic Temple was...

Gasoline prices rise by 4 cents

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island gasoline prices rose an average of 4 cents per gallon over the past week, the second consecutive week of a...

Film festival promises windfall for R.I. businesses

Last year, the Rhode Island International Film Festival drew nearly 24,000 people to its screenings and other events, including 232 filmmakers who booked more...

Middleboro see casino in its cards

A casino in his town of Middleboro, Mass., may be inevitable, says Board of Selectmen Chairman Wayne C. Perkins. So in his view, the...

Sound Session creator aims <br>for international renown

Providence leaders have come to recognize the arts as an important economic engine for the city. One key player in raising the arts community’s...
NYLO Hotels expects that its Pontiac Mills hotel will attract a young, upscale business and leisure traveler, with loft-style design and furnishings. /

Pontiac Mills hotel breaks ground

WARWICK – NYLO Hotels today broke ground on a facility in the mixed-use Pontiac Mills development in Warwick. The hotel, which will be Atlanta-based NYLO’s...

MooBella raises $25M to launch ice cream machines

TAUNTON – MooBella LLC, the creator of a self-service ice cream machine, has closed on $25 million in Series D financing with W. Health...

Taste of Pawtucket seeks to enroll restaurants

PAWTUCKET – City restaurants, caterers and bakeries are invited to join the Pawtucket Arts Festival in presenting its Taste of Pawtucket opening-night gala.Participating restaurants...
DOWNTOWN OFFICE WORKERS board a RIPTA bus at the end of the business day. Few companies offer employee incentives for using public transit, officials say, and those who do find few takers. /

Mass transit lacks appeal for workers

Since moving to its new headquarters downtown, GTECH Corp. has become a leader among Providence businesses trying to encourage employees to carpool or use...
THE MAGAZINE aims to tell the stories of local food producers, says publisher Alex Corcoran. /

Magazine celebrates ‘bounty’<br> of seasonal R.I. foods

The first issue of Edible Rhody featured an interview with Johanne Killeen and George Germon, owners of Al Forno Restaurant; an in-depth story on...
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